Two SJC officials discuss the destruction of the central library at the University of Mosul and the importance of donating books to the cause.
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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 alumnus Joseph Aguila wins Vista Academy Principal’s Award for Educator of the Year and attributes his success in part to SJC.
Voices From the Inside. Mass Murderers and Serial Killers. The Trump Presidency. These might sound like the latest Netflix originals waiting to be binge watched by college students across the globe, but,…
When one door closes, another opens. Timing is everything. One man’s loss is another man’s gain. Pick your idiom. All three apply to how SJC Long Island’s men’s lacrosse team…
SJC Long Island’s Charlie Gambino ’18, vice president of the 9/11 Responders Remembered Park in Nesconset, N.Y., is on a mission to make sure our generation never forgets September 11 responders.
SJC Long Island journalism and new media studies graduate Nick Esposito ’16 joined greaterpatchogue.com and greaterbayshore.com as the news websites’ first ever staff reporter.
The SJC Long Island Dance team places sixth in Open Hip Hop division and 13th in Open Jazz at the UDA College Dance Team National Championship Jan 14-15.
The St. Joseph‘s College Dean’s Service Circle and Staff Service Circle collected donations this holiday season for community-based organization Mercy Center Ministries.
SJC Long Island’s Office of Admissions welcomed Darrell Scott, founder of Rachel’s Challenge, to present at the College’s annual counselor workshop in order to create safer, more connected school environments.