A former SJC Brooklyn Bear tore through the 2019 NYC Marathon finish line, adding to his impressive record of athletic achievements. T.J. Byrnes, a 2006 graduate, ran in the Nov.…
The SJC Brooklyn women’s volleyball team is setting an example, raising more than $2,000 for breast cancer research. The team raised $2,050 for the Side-Out Foundation, a non-profit organization that…
SJC Long Island men’s volleyball coach William Kropp is set to be inducted into the Suffolk Sports Hall of Fame during a May 16 ceremony.
Joseph Richardson, Esq., spoke to SJC Long Island students involved in Greek life organizations and athletic teams about the ramifications of hazing.
“A big day for our athletic department today,” exclaimed SJC Brooklyn Director of Athletics and Recreation James Lally in his opening remarks to the large contingent of students, faculty and…
Joseph Richardson, Esq., will speak with members of SJC Long Island’s Greek life organizations on Feb. 6 about the ramifications of hazing.
It’s not always easy coming back to campus after winter break. Here are five steps to make it easier this spring semester.
St. Joseph’s College is pleased to announce the introduction of a speaker’s bureau — a collection of faculty available to present on a series of specialized topics in Brooklyn and Long Island.
“Just keep swimming.” That’s what Dory said in “Finding Nemo.” And that’s what the women of SJC Long Island’s swim team do: keep swimming — and studying.