Two SJC officials discuss the destruction of the central library at the University of Mosul and the importance of donating books to the cause.
Just one year ago Jack Nix graduated from SJC Long Island with a bachelor’s degree, and now he’s a Board of Education trustee for South Country.
St. Joseph’s College alumna and employee Andrea Gallo Volk wins $50,000 and the experience of a lifetime on ABC’s gameshow “The $100,000 Pyramid.”
Whether you live on Long Island or in New York City, consider these seven unique ideas for celebrating your college graduation in the city this summer.
St. Joseph’s College alumnus Joseph Aguila wins Vista Academy Principal’s Award for Educator of the Year and attributes his success in part to SJC.
Summer’s here and it’s hotter than ever, but you don’t have to be. Check out these five ideas for keeping cool in New York City this summer.
Looking for ways to enjoy the summer without suffering from the heat? Here are five ways to beat the heat on Long Island this summer.
Mary Scott becomes the College’s first-ever graduate in studio arts. She now plans to travel across the globe to help service-based organizations.
Transfer student Mike Sutter discusses his journey to find a college he could call home, and the lasting impact of his final destination: SJC.
Staff members of the Office of Marketing and Communications compiled a list of our favorite movies that take place during the summer.