Magazine Archive

Politics (Not) as Usual
Meet Political Science Club President Sara Poirier ’15.
Peer-to-peer mentoring
Grant facilitates new peer-to-peer mentoring initiative.
Loring E. Hart Endowed Scholarship
Hart family endows scholarship in Dr. Loring Hart’s memory.
Aquaponics: the wave of the future?
Aquaponics: addressing marine concerns, sparking career interest.
Reflecting on the Elk River incident
On the shore of a disaster: faculty address Elk River chemical spill.
Happily Over Her Head
Danielle Somma ’06 makes her living under water.
The Case for the Regional Alumni Chapter
Maybe it's time a chapter was started near you.
Healing at Camp Kita
Supporting children who have suffered loss, with Sydney Mosher ?10, her siblings, and Nichole Ivey ’08.
Digital Photography Goes Social
What happens when digital photography is combined with camera phones and social media?
What We Talk about When We Talk about The Hunger Games
There’s more to this pop culture phenomenon than meets the eye.
Roy Mellon ’13, MATPT
Service All Around.
President's Letter
Dear Saint Joseph’s Community, At our Sebago Lake campus—greeted on one side by the second-largest body of fresh water in Maine, and on the other side the energy of Portland, Boston, and all points south—we see a lot of change. Class rosters. Residence hall assignm...