SJC Long Island’s Sustainability Committee hosted a series of events for Earth Week leading up to the 47th anniversary of Earth Day on Saturday, April 22.
Caitlin Shetterly discusses GMOs and reads from her book, “Modified,” at SJC Long Island’s Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow Lecture.
They ease your fears, decrease stress and are good for your heart. What’s better than a hug – particularly when it’s free? As part of its celebration of Black History…
St. Joseph’s College was recently ranked as having one of the nation’s Best Online Bachelor’s Programs by U.S. News & World Report for 2017. This is the first time that SJC was included in the online program rankings.
At SJC Long Island’s ninth annual history lecture, Dr. Rippel spoke about “The African-American Experience on Long Island: The Heritage of Slavery.”
Prominent authors, influential reporters and political icons. The guests who have spoken at St. Joseph’s College’s Presidential Lecture Series all fall under at least one of these categories. Some, under…
Showcasing “Our Nation’s Splendor” at SJC Long Island, an exhibit inspired by the landscapes, people and wilderness of the National Parks Service.
If you’re interested in a quick bite to eat around campus, check out this list for recommended eats that offer discounts to SJC students.
SJC Long Island’s newest cafe and coffee spot is The Perch — located on the third floor of O’Connor Hall. Come check it out today!
She spoke as a mother, as an African-American woman and as the daughter of two immigrant parents from Jamaica. She also spoke as a “recovering” attorney and as a TV…