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  • February 13, 2015

    SJC Hosts “All In: Building a Positive Community” with Purdue Extension Office

    On Tuesday, February 10, the first of a three-part community series on social ostracism, social rejection, and bullying was held in Saint Joseph’s College’s Halleck Student Center Ballroom. The series, “All In: Building a Positive Community,” is made possible by a grant awarded to Jasper County from Purdue University of West Lafayette, Ind. The first forum was conducted by Purdue Professor of Psychological Sciences Dr. Kip Williams. Williams shared research and information about ostracism and social rejection and also led participants in an interactive exercise about ostracism. The second...

  • February 12, 2015

    Telehealth Available via the Alumni Insurance Program

    The Saint Joseph's College Alumni Insurance Program offers telehealth— a simple, affordable way to meet everyday healthcare needs. No one wants to drag himself, or a loved one, to the doctor when he is sick. Telehealth allows people to avoid that situation and to be diagnosed in their very own homes. Telehealth physicians are available 24/7 with no limit on the time of consultation or the frequency of calls. There are also no co-pays or deductibles. Individual and family memberships are available with special pricing. Telehealth provides treatment for non-emergency ailments, such as cold and...

  • February 5, 2015

    SJC Alumnus Dr. Christopher Nagy '86 Performs First Total Joint Replacement at Salisbury VAMC

    Saint Joseph’s College graduate Dr. Christopher K. Nagy ’86 performed the first total joint replacement at Veteran’s Affairs Medical Center (VAMC) in Salisbury, N.C. on January 5. Nagy graduated with honors in Biology-Chemistry at SJC before attending Wright State University School of Medicine in Dayton, Ohio. Nagy’s replacement of Elliot Crawford’s knee marks the beginning of new opportunities for Veterans at the Salisbury VAMC – primarily the option for total joint replacements of both knees and hips. Elliot Crawford is an army veteran who initially injured his knee on a jump from an...

  • February 1, 2015

    Campus Closed Due to Weather on February 2, 2015

    Saint Joseph's College will be closed on Monday, February 2, 2015 due to weather conditions. Campus will reopen on Tuesday, February 3, 2015. 

  • January 29, 2015

    SJC Baseball Names Cole Dunlap of Rensselaer, Ind. Team IMPACT Teammate

    The Saint Joseph’s College baseball team held a National Letter of Intent signing and press conference for Cole Dunlap, who was made their Team IMPACT teammate on Tuesday, January 27. Cole is a 17 year old from Rensselaer, Ind. who has mitochondrial disease – a condition in which mitochondria, specialized compartments within every cell in the body excluding the red blood cells, fail. Mitochondria are the primary creators of the energy in the body and are needed to sustain life and support growth. When they fail and when less energy is generated in the cell, cell injury and even cell death can...

  • January 28, 2015

    SJC Hosts PiYo

    Saint Joseph’s College hosted its first two PiYo classes on Monday, January 19 and Wednesday, January 21. On both nights, more than thirty people attended. The remaining classes will take place over the next seven weeks on Monday and Wednesday nights from 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm CST in the Halleck Student Center Ballroom with the last class scheduled for Wednesday, March 4. The cost per session is $7.00, with packages offered for $40 for eight sessions, and $70 for 14 sessions. To pay per session, money will be accepted at the door, but the eight or 16 session cards can be purchased in the Student...

  • January 28, 2015

    SJC Names New President

    On Wednesday, January 28, the Saint Joseph’s College Board of Trustees named Dr. Robert A. Pastoor the College’s 18th  president. Pastoor’s presidency will begin on March 16, 2015. Pastoor has more than 30 years of experience in higher education administration and comes to SJC from Marietta College of Marietta, Ohio, where he has been the vice president for student life since 2010. His time at Marietta College, the University of San Diego, Carroll College, and Mount St. Mary’s gives Pastoor 20 years of vice presidential experience. Pastoor also served as the president of Saint John’s Catholic...

  • January 23, 2015

    SJC Alumni to Come Back to Campus for Improv Performance

    The Columbian Players of Saint Joseph’s College will present a one night only special program of improvisational comedy called “An Evening with the SJC Alumni Improv All-Stars” on Saturday, January 31 at 7:30 pm CST in the Evans Arts and Science Building Theatre. Admission is free; however, donations will be accepted for a charity to be chosen by the Columbian Players. “We floated this possibility through social media, and many of the alumni who had been in the Improv Club responded enthusiastically to the idea of being on the SJC stage one more time,” said Associate Professor of Theatre John...

  • January 21, 2015

    SJC’s Department of Art’s Exhibition a Great Success

    By invitation of the Tippecanoe Arts Federation (TAF), Saint Joseph’s College’s Department of Art is exhibiting “RESET: A New Generation” at the Wells Community Cultural Center in Lafayette, Ind. Artwork by SJC Art faculty and students is being featured. The exhibition began on January 9 and will continue to February 13. On Friday, January 16, a reception that was open to the community at large was held from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm CST. The reception was a huge success. According to TAF, more than 250 people were in attendance. This number includes former Art students, alumni from the area,...

  • January 19, 2015

    SJC to Host Blood Drive in Honor of C.PP.S. Bicentennial

    The Missionaries of the Precious Blood (C.PP.S.), Saint Joseph’s College’s founders, are celebrating their 200th anniversary in 2015. In honor of the anniversary, the American Red Cross Bloodmobile will be open for a blood drive outside of Halleck Student Center on Wednesday, January 21 from 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm CST. The Missionaries believe that all life is precious. They are encouraging parishioners in parishes where they serve, friends of the C.PP.S. community, and others to take part in C.PP.S. sponsored blood drives. The goal is to collect 1,000 units of blood during the bicentennial year...

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