Magazine Archive

Robert Donley ’03
Higher up in higher education Robert Donley's favorite moments in the graduate program at Saint Joseph's College were reading qui...
First person singular:
An interview with Dr. Joseph Lee,
Saint Joseph’s opens food pantry to serve nearby towns
Saint Joseph's College has opened a community food pantry in Standish named "Catherine's Cupboard," in honor of Catherine McAuley, the founder of the Sisters of Mercy. The Campus Ministry office, the Town of Standish, and the college food vendor Bon Appétit worked together to establish th...
College awards first-ever MBA degrees
Business as usual? Think again. by Brent Wooten Recent MBA graduate Shawnna Kay Boone and her da...
Countless peppers, 140 tomato plants and determined woodchucks:
A tale of the community garden at St. Joe's Campus chaplain Father Paul Dumais admired his grandparents' garden as a child. Now he likes hard work and fresh vegetables, takes joy in planting and watching things grow, and says gardening is thoughtful and reflective. Here is his shor...
College mourns passing of esteemed Board chairman
Dr. Robert MacBride Dr. Robert James MacBride, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, passed away suddenly in Ottawa, Ontario, on May 2...
St. Joe’s athletics finds a home in the Great Northeast
The Saint Joseph's College athletic programs enjoyed a tremendous inaugural year in the Great Northeast Athletic Conferenc...
Newest Monks teams make their debut
St. Joe's not only entered the Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) in the previous academic year, but also added swimming and lacrosse to its athletic repertoire.
Art professor wins Olympic Ring Award
Art professor Scott Fuller was awarded a prestigious Olympic Ring Award in Beijing, China, as part of the Olympic Landscape Sculpture Cont...
College appoints new director of graduate program in education
Saint Joseph's has named Dr. Thomas Hancock of Casco, Maine, as the director of its online M.S. in Education program. Hancock has taught at ...
From combat to course work:
Our soldier students around the globe by Brent Wooten
7 things you should know about 7 things:
Alumni, staff and students offer their expertise What are the most commonly misused words? Meloney Simpson '09 is an English major. It's/its. Although apostrophes generally show possession, it's is a contraction of it is, and its shows possession. The wo...
She has our vote
by Charmaine Daniels Ironically, Melissa Packard ’90, the head of Maine’s Bureau of Elections, has to vote with an absentee ballo...
TALK
with Marinell Harrison by Charmaine Daniels “I followed my husband to eight states and one territory for his career. Aft...