June saw a series of diverse OnCampus posts catered to our communities. Whether keeping cool or staying entertained, OnCampus made sure to lend our audience some sage summertime advice. Catch up below on our most popular SJC articles and social posts from the month of June.
June 1 — Setting a Course for Summer Learning
OnCampus highlighted just a handful of exciting summer courses offered to our students.
June 2 — Letters of Acceptance
On graduation day, OnCampus doubled as couriers to deliver last-second letters to graduates’ loved ones.
June 5 — Summer Scholarships
Plenty of websites make finding and applying for scholarships simple and pain-free. Sometimes, entering a scholarship is as easy as creating a login. OnCampus showed you how in this post.
Hands up🙌 if you are traveling abroad this summer as part of an @sjcnyglobalstudies trip to Iceland, Italy, Greece, Oxford, Taiwan, or Cuba. Say 👋 to these #SJCNY students hiking, snorkeling and learning in beautiful Greece🇬🇷! #sjcnyglobal #studyabroad #generationstudyabroad (Caption edited to add Taiwan.)
June 5 — Tackling a Controversial Trending Topic
Five St. Joseph’s College alumni – including two social workers and two adjuncts from SJC Long Island’s English department – shared their opinions on the Netflix show “13 Reasons Why.”
June 6 — When the Heat is On, The T.V. is Too!
Many programs, both new and old, will be coming to a streaming device near you this summer. Whether you’re watching a weekly series on television or binging the latest Netflix original, OnCampus wanted to know which summer show you’re most excited for.
June 12 — Our Favorite Summertime Flicks
It’s the middle of the summer and you want to be outside having fun, but it’s raining. You plop down on the couch and turn on the TV, but you can’t think of anything to watch. Luckily, OnCampus has you covered.
— St. Joseph’s College (@SJCNY) June 12, 2017
June 13 — Leaving Behind a Family
After transferring to SJC, Mike Sutter ’17 found the caring community he’d been looking for.
June 15 — Fulfilling His Presidential Duty
Reflecting on the presidency of Jack P. Calareso, Ph.D.
June 15 — Teeing Off With SJC
More than 100 golfers, along with incoming SJC President Donald R. Boomgaarden, Ph.D., enjoyed a sunny day at the Engineers Country Club in Roslyn Harbor during St. Joseph’s 27th annual Golf Classic. The outing raised more than $150,000 to benefit the College’s athletic programs.
June 15 — Our New President Arrives
There’s much to learn about SJC’s next president, Donald R. Boomgaarden, Ph.D., who rides into St. Joseph’s this July.
June 15 — Pioneering Brushstrokes for One SJC Grad
SJC’s first-ever studio arts major graduate, Mary Scott, shared her artistic vision with the world.
June 16 — Keeping Cool on LI
As temperatures begin to rapidly climb, OnCampus scrambled to find ways to keep cool. Here are five ways to beat the heat on Long Island this summer.
June 19 — Story of Her Life
Before Twitter, before Facebook and before #PressOn was a trending hashtag, Shannon Carlin was working toward her future career as a journalist at St. Joseph’s College — one story at a time.
June 21 — Annual Alumni Achievement Awards
Northwell Health President and CEO Michael Dowling served as the keynote speaker June 15 at SJC Long Island’s fifth annual Alumni Achievement Awards in Health Care and Human Services.
June 28 — Journaling the Future
A look at the current world of journalism, and what a changing media landscape means for future SJC graduates of the Journalism and New Media Studies department.
June 29 — Success and a Soulmate
SJC alum and educator Joseph Aguila is honored as educator of the year at the Brooklyn middle school he teaches at. It’s an honor he celebrated with his fellow SJC grad and wife, Natalie Higbee-Aguila.