Novelist Ken Corbett Speaks on Brooklyn Campus

By Michelle Darris As the third installment of the Spring 2016 Brooklyn Voices series, St. Joseph’s College and Greenlight Bookstore welcomed Ken Corbett to discuss A Murder Over A Girl, his newest novel.  Leading the conversation with Corbett was Pulitzer prize-winning playwright and activist Tony Kushner. A Murder Over A Girl covers the 2008 murder… Continue reading Novelist Ken Corbett Speaks on Brooklyn Campus

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

Misunderstanding Millennials 101: A Response

By Adriana DiBenedetto An article was recently published on multiple platforms, and seemingly compiled every stereotype about the Millennial generation— it is essentially just some grandpa complaining about kids these days. It is titled “7 Harsh Realities of Life Millennials Need to Understand,” and can be found on sites such as  Zero Hedge, The Libertarian… Continue reading Misunderstanding Millennials 101: A Response

The Skyline Bears Witness

By Eddie Zinser In just their first year of Skyline Conference play, both the mens and womens basketball teams at St. Joseph’s College were able to secure a spot in the conference championship tournament. While the Lady Bears clinched a spot earlier in February, it took some help for the men to get in, needing… Continue reading The Skyline Bears Witness

Terrorist Attacks in Belgium Leave World On Edge

By Daniela Cardinale On March 22nd, ISIS terrorists attacked two locations in Brussels, Belgium. At 8 in the morning, two explosions went off at a Brussels airport. An hour later, a bomb exploded at Maelbeek metro station. An estimated 37 people were killed and over 200 people were injured in the explosions. The impact of… Continue reading Terrorist Attacks in Belgium Leave World On Edge

BREAKING: New Speed Bump Being Installed on Clinton Avenue

By SPIRIT Staff Thursday, Jan. 21st: It may be inconvenient for some to show upon the first day of classes to find a “NO PARKING: ROAD REPAIR” sign on Clinton Avenue, but that closing will ultimately benefit any member of the SJC family who has to cross Clinton to get from building to building; in… Continue reading BREAKING: New Speed Bump Being Installed on Clinton Avenue