Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Judith Phagan

By Sally Mellina When I first met Dr. Judith Phagan, I was a shy freshman who was a little scared of the new chapter in her life that was beginning. However, slowly but surely, Dr. Phagan was able to draw me out of my shell. Dr. Phagan is the head of the English department; she … Continue reading Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Judith Phagan

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Going for the Gold

By Andrew Capitelli In only the program’s second-ever season, the St. Joseph’s College (L.I.) men’s volleyball team claimed its first Skyline Conference championship in 2018. After a regular season that saw the Golden Eagles produce a 21-8 overall record and an undefeated 10-0 mark in conference play, SJC swept the College of Mount Saint Vincent … Continue reading Going for the Gold

SJC Drama Society Produces “Arsenic and Old Lace”

By Sally Mellina This semester, the St. Joseph’s College Drama Society produced “Arsenic and Old Lace,” a dark comedy about the Brewster family. The dark twist? Some of the members of the Brewster family are not who they appear to be. The production was well attended, with family members, faculty, staff, students and SJC President … Continue reading SJC Drama Society Produces “Arsenic and Old Lace”

Calling All Alumni: Past and Future

By Sally Mellina Ever wonder what happens once you become an alum of St. Joseph’s College? Well wonder no more. The Office of Institutional Advancement (IA) and the Alumni Phonathon program are dedicated to raising funds for the College, keeping in touch with alumni and planning events for alumni and their families. The phonathon program … Continue reading Calling All Alumni: Past and Future