A Final Farewell to Two of SJC’s Finest

By Margaret Liendo It is always difficult to say goodbye, but sometimes it is only best. As the year comes to a close, St. Joseph’s College will have to say farewell to two staff members who have truly made a difference over the past few years. Christopher Frost, Ph.D., Senior Vice President and Vice President … Continue reading A Final Farewell to Two of SJC’s Finest

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The Man, the Myth, the Legend: Jase Panebianco

By Allison Kamel For many students on campus, one of our first experiences with SJC was a tour of campus given by a student volunteer. Most likely, that tour was given by Jase Panebianco. He knows everything to know about the campus. He seems to be everywhere and involved in everything. And now he is … Continue reading The Man, the Myth, the Legend: Jase Panebianco

Op-Ed: Directionless Democratic Party Must Embrace Progressivism

By Michael Sutter In February, progressive Democrats saw DNC chair candidate Keith Ellison as just what the doctor ordered. Ellison, a representative from Minnesota, was endorsed by popular progressives Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and had a surprising amount of momentum heading into the election. In spite of Ellison’s long list … Continue reading Op-Ed: Directionless Democratic Party Must Embrace Progressivism