Ann Patchett Shares Commonwealth at SJC

By Daniela Cardinale Patchett (left) joined by Sullivan (right)   A wise mother once said, “None of it happened, and all of it’s true.”   In mid-September, SJC’s Brooklyn campus hosted international best-selling author and independent bookseller Ann Patchett, who discussed Commonwealth, her latest novel. Held as part of SJC’s ongoing “Brooklyn Voices” series in… Continue reading Ann Patchett Shares Commonwealth at SJC

Arts and Sciences Valedictorian

By: Adriana DiBenedetto Through the nerve-wracking process of selecting our year’s Valedictorian, narrowing down the list again and again and examining each eligible student’s  academic career,  we now know who will be representing our year. The SJC community would like to take this time to introduce our 2016 Valedictorian, Claudia Fernandes. Claudia is a Child… Continue reading Arts and Sciences Valedictorian

SGA: President

By: Urwah Ahmad Next year’s Student Government President will be Michele Cipriano! Michele is majoring in History-Adolescent Education. She commits her time and effort to an array of organizations. “At my parish, St. Patrick’s, I am employed for two jobs. The first is in the parish rectory in which I am a receptionist. At church… Continue reading SGA: President

SGA: Treasurer

By: Urwah Ahmad Currently, Felipe Rocha is a junior majoring in business administration. Working toward a concentration in Finance and a minor in Marketing, Felipe will be the Student Government Association’s Treasurer next year. Felipe has a lot of experience which will help him in his future position as Treasurer, holding the position of President… Continue reading SGA: Treasurer

Knowing Your Campus: Things You Did Not Know You Could Do at McEntegart Library

By Arianna Cardinale The McEntegart Library is the one of the many places students gravitate towards when they are looking to do research or work on assignments in between classes. Yet, there are so many other things students do not know they have access to use at our library. I am giving you the inside… Continue reading Knowing Your Campus: Things You Did Not Know You Could Do at McEntegart Library