2014 SPArC lecture series begins with Brenton Hamilton
Visual artist and historian Brenton Hamilton comes to Saint Joseph’s College on February 20 for the 2014 edition of the Speakers, Performers, Artists, and Culture (SPArC) lecture series.
Two Monks added to 1,000-Point Club
Two Monks basketball players, seniors Matthew Medeiros and Nicholas Jobin, have recently been added to Saint Joseph’s College’s 1,000-Point Club.
Theology professor explores Catholic, Muslim unity in a secular world
On February 5, Saint Joseph’s College’s professor of theology Dr. Daniel P. Sheridan leads a presentation titled “Muslim-Catholic Dialogue and the Challenge of America’s Polity, Values, and Culture,” at Saint Joseph’s second Cultural Affairs Series event of 2014.
You're invited to the Ice Ball, Feb. 1
Now in its third year, the annual Ice Ball is a great opportunity warm up this winter with your family and friends at Saint Joseph's lakeside campus.
Recounting a thousand-mile pilgrimage, with Kate Campbell Strauss
On January 26, Portland resident Kate Campbell Strauss recounts her pilgrimage across France to reach Spain’s Santiago de Compostela Cathedral at Saint Joseph’s College’s first Cultural Affairs Series event of 2014.
Announcing new education partner, Massachusetts Nurses Association
Saint Joseph’s College Online has created a new education partnership with the Massachusetts Nurses Association (MNA), a venture that will provide professional, affordable continuing education to members of MNA.
Red Cross babysitter training class
Saint Joseph’s College will offer a babysitter training certification class on Sunday, January 12, at the Harold Alfond Center on the college’s Sebago Lake campus. The course provides children, ages 11 to 15, with the information and skills necessary to provide safe and responsible ca...
Students herald the holidays with Maine State Ballet
For two Saint Joseph’s students, the last week of the fall 2013 semester was extra busy. In addition to preparing for final exams, sophomore Rhiannon Pelletier and senior Lizzy Dragoni took to the stage at Merrill Auditorium in Portland as principal soloists in Maine State Ballet’s production of The Nutcracker, from November 30 through December 8.
Kids Night Out for Dec. 14 canceled
Due to the weekend’s forecast of inclement weather, Saturday’s Kids Night Out has been canceled. The program will resume on February 8. For more information about Kids Night Out, contact Rupert Lewis at 207-893-7661. December 13, 2013
Students, faculty and staff shine light on hunger and homelessness
For a week in November, the campus community hosted a series of events addressing homelessness, poverty and hunger during National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week.
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