Magazine Archive

Looking for a great place to hold a gathering?
Saint Joseph's College warmly welcomes groups who need the perfect location to hold a: meetin...
College launches World Affairs Council
Thanks to the efforts of political science professor Steve Aylward and student members of the Political Science Club, interesting speakers and discussions on global policy have come to campus as part of the newly formed World Affairs Council of the Lakes Region, sponsored by the Department of His...
New campus sculpture: organic meets metallic
A new sculpture called “Forest of the Mind” graces the campus landscape thanks to art professor Scott Fuller, who created and donated the organic-looking piece to the college.
Beyond Google: Searching for accuracy
As the sheer volume of information we can access continues growing at an exponential pace, how do you find the information you need and ensure that it is accurate and suitable? While Google and other sites open the door to mountains of information, their search rankings do not list websites in or...
“Get engaged, get lost, get gratitude”
Everyone in the entire gymnasium stood and clapped. Sister Marilyn Lacey, RSM, had just told the graduates at this year’s Commencement to “Get Engaged, Get Lost, Get Gratitude.” She explained how her life opened to God’s flow when she stopped crossing thi...
Branding process gets under way
Saint Joseph’s College has named Ethos Marketing and Design of Westbrook, Maine, to assist in research and development of its branding and branding communication. “We have every confidence that this firm can provide the solid research needed to assess how Saint Joseph’s is perceived and t...
New faces join administration
Kathleen Davis has been named as the new Vice President for Enrollment Management. Until recently, she was the director of graduate admission at St. John’s University in New York City.
Magazine readers give us feedback
This spring, nearly 600 alumni participated in a survey about the Saint Joseph’s College Magazine. The survey results showed that, among the 584 alumni who responded, 9 in 10 read every issue of the magazine (59%) or most every issue (29%) of the magazine. Three in four respondents also gav...
Some good reads from some good minds
Here's a few fascinating ones recommended by our own
College brand moves closer
For the past year, Saint Joseph’s has conducted research on how people perceive the college in order to establish a brand – one that informs how we communicate about the college and how we represent the college on all levels. “A brand is much more than a logo or a visu...
The academy of travel: what you learn can surprise
When you travel abroad, your mind becomes broader
Gone, but never forgotten: memorial scholarships keep giving
When a classmate or  a loved one dies unexpectedly, it can shock and devastate friends and family. The ongoing grief can be daunting.
Meet Morgan Rocheleau
Now in his second year as director of student activities, Morgan Rocheleau runs a busy office that books...
Whose idea is it, anyway?
Two alumni give us a tour of intellectual property issues
Ten things you should know about Saint Joseph’s
Since Saint Joseph’s College started, more than 17,000 people have earned undergraduate and graduate degrees through on-campus and distance education programs.
Summer symposia on campus
Health Care’s Future: Realize the Promise, July 23-27 Saint Joseph’s 5th Annual Health Care Symposium will feature nationally known experts to equip administrators, nurses and technicians with the knowledge necessary to face any obstacle in the constantly changing health care field.
St. Joe’s means business
Saint Joseph’s College has approved plans to start a college-wide business development initiative that will create and market programs and events for potential clients.
10 Ways to Help SJC
Active and engaged alumni are critical to the success of SJC. The college is fortunate to have so many alumni who care deeply about the institution, and there are many ways that SJC graduates, parents, and friends can help. Here are just a few ways.
Keith Allan ‘10, MBA
Alumnus in California is improving wine. This online MBA graduate has built a successful business that improves the flavor and shelf life of wine.
Sisters of Mercy Founder Honored with
Bronze Sculpture
A new bronze sculpture of Catherine McAuley welcomes visitors to Xavier Hall.
Saint Joseph’s launches education partnership with Cianbro
For decades, Saint Joseph’s College has worked to make education accessible to non-traditional students through its distance education programs.
Service Learning, where college and community meet
Students and faculty reflect on Saint Joe’s innovative service learning opportunities.
Help us to Realize the Promise
with a Year-End Gift
Finding a meaningful way to acknowledge our loved ones around the holidays can sometimes be difficult. Memorial and tribute gifts are a wonderful way to spread the generous spirit of those who have touched our lives during this special season of giving.
Then and now, Standing on the shoulders of giants
How does one truly pay honor to those who laid the foundation of Saint Joseph’s College? Pay honor to those who successfully built on this foundation?
Growing at Saint Joe’s
CSA farm manager Michial Russell reflects on the year’s harvest at Pearson’s Town Farm.
Clark’s Court honors memory of student-athlete
To commemorate the life and spirit of Clark Noonan, Saint Joseph’s Athletic Department is proud to announce plans to build Clark’s Court – a beautiful, on-campus basketball court.
Saint Joseph’s helps kick the habit
In an effort to improve the health of the entire Saint Joseph’s community, the College went tobacco-free on August 19.
Welcome new vice president and chief learning officer, Dr. Michael J. Pardales
Saint Joseph’s College has appointed Dr. Michael Pardales, of Buffalo, N.Y., as its new vice president and chief learning officer.