Photographer Eddie Soloway kicks off spring 2015 SPArC series with weekend workshop and evening presentation, Jan. 16–18
Sponsored by Maine Media Workshops and Saint Joseph’s College, photographer Eddie Soloway will lead the spring 2015 Speakers, Performers, Artists, and Culture (SPArC) series at the College with a weekend-long photography workshop from January 16 through 18 and a January 16 evening session called “Memories, Moons and Imagination.”
College closed Friday, Jan. 2, 2015
Due to utility work occurring on campus, Saint Joseph's College will be closed on Friday, January 2, 2015. The College and its offices will re-open on Monday, January 5, 2015.
MPBN covers LED installation project in light of rising energy costs
A project to replace nearly 4,000 light fixtures across campus highlights growing focus on energy efficiency.
Saint Joseph’s College lights up campus with new fire pit
President Jim Dlugos, Alumni Association Chair Ellis Baum ’98, and SGA President Ethan Rettew mark the dedication of the College’s new fire pit.
24th Annual Holiday Benefit Concert with Rick Charette a success
More than 400 people attended the performance on the College’s campus, enjoying classics and new material from the beloved children’s singer-songwriter.
College earns national recognition for community service and economic opportunity
For the second year in a row, Saint Joseph’s College has been named to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, the highest designation a college or university can receive for its commitment to volunteering, service-learning, and civic engagement.
Catholic Charities Maine, Saint Joseph’s College, and St. Michael Parish come together to help homeless in Augusta
Thanks to a collaborative effort between Catholic Charities Maine, students at Saint Joseph’s College, and St. Michael Parish in Augusta, hundreds of homeless individuals and families in the Augusta area will experience a warmer winter.
Fundraising projects seeks to connect those in boot camp with families, loved ones
Student Chiara Sabatini recently said goodbye to her boyfriend and her brother when they both left for boot camp training for the U.S. Navy. Now, she’s trying to help them—and about 200 other naval recruits—say hello to their families this holiday season by raising enough money to buy them all calling cards.
Students embrace The Life and Letters of Saint Paul
Theology students connect with their former high schools in a manner Saint Paul would be familiar with: using reed pens, papyrus from Egypt, and the Greek lettering system.
Higher Education Assistance Foundation awards scholarship to Marisa McCray of Saint Joseph’s College
The trustees of the Higher Education Assistance Foundation (HEAF) are pleased to announce the awarding of a scholarship in the amount of $1,000 to Marisa McCray, a business–accounting major at Saint Joseph’s College. She is a graduate of John Bapst Memorial High School in Bangor.
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