My Summer Internship: The Democratic National Convention

By Conor Johnson This summer, I attended the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia as a participant of The Washington Center’s Democratic National Convention Seminar. I was present as Hillary Clinton was nominated to be the Democratic Party’s nominee for President in this year’s election. As a Political Science and History double major, I was thrilled … Continue reading My Summer Internship: The Democratic National Convention

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SJC Gets Cultural

By Allison Kamel On September 22, St. Joseph’s Office of Multicultural Student Life (MSL) held its annual Cultural Fair on the lawn outside the Danzi. To celebrate diversity, the event included activities from multiple cultures — Chinese, Latino, African, Middle Eastern and Italian. There was a table where students could learn to write with Chinese … Continue reading SJC Gets Cultural

Mets and Yankees’ improbable runs highlight young talent and depth

By Mike Sutter In August, fans of the Mets and Yankees had long considered their teams’ seasons over. This season was never meant to be meaningful for the Yankees, who were expecting to rebuild. On the other hand, the Mets had lofty expectations following their appearance in the 2015 World Series. The first half of … Continue reading Mets and Yankees’ improbable runs highlight young talent and depth