JPCatholic Events for the week of May 22nd – May 28th Continue reading Weekly Newsletter: May 22 – May 28
Senior Lexi Lovetere has worked with teachers and independently to cultivate her talents in production design, despite JPCatholic not offering a major or emphasis in that area. She has worked hard to cultivate her artistic talents on numerous films including Playing Ourselves, My Names Are, Dead of Night, and Choice. Continue reading Designing Her Own Education
I’ve been on both sides of the move out at JPCatholic. When I first came to JPCatholic in 2015, the house was a complete disaster. The carpets were worn down, the cabinets filled with miscellaneous junk compiled over the years, the couches were one sit-down away from breaking, and the smell was suspicious. This was definitely not the best first impressions when I entered into college. I didn’t walk into the cleaned townhouse/apartment that we now have each academic year. My freshmen year was the first time the school implemented the inevitable September Move Out. Continue reading Moving Out Is Always Hard, But It Doesn’t Have to Be
Beth Drozda discusses directing and screenwriting and how psychology and the teachings of the Catholic Church have affected her storytelling. Continue reading Featured Artist: Beth Drozda
Ingredients 1 lb. of flank or skirt steak (or carne asada) 1-2 red or green bell peppers, depending on the size 1 yellow or white onion 1-2 fresh jalapeño peppers Salt 1 Tablespoon vegetable oil Fresh cilantro (optional) Corn Tortillas (available fresh and warm from the tortilleria at Northgate Market across from Latitude 33) Instructions Cut stems off bell pepper(s), and clean out seeds. Slice … Continue reading Easy Beef Fajitas
Michigan native Amanda Egerer is a performing folk musician and New Evangelization student at JPCatholic. She shares the release of her new album and her experiences with God’s calling in her life. Continue reading Featured Artist: Amanda Egerer
Events and announcements for May 15th-May 21st Continue reading Weekly Newsletter: May 15 – May 21
There are many unique study habits that can make memorization and information solidification both realistic and interesting. JPCatholic students share some of their best methods for acing their exams. Continue reading Mind Palaces, Hummus, and Other Studying Tips
As principle photography for senior thesis projects Dead and Playing Ourselves wraps, cast and crew reflect on the teamwork which allowed inconveniences of the shoots to be overcome.
Continue reading Overcoming Obstacles on Senior Projects
by Nick Pini NP: What got you into film? AT: Boredom. Also, I like writing things, and decided to start filming the things that I wrote because just writing is boring. Anybody can sit in their house and write a fan-fiction of Twilight that becomes a billion-dollar franchise but only filmmakers can sit in their house, write a three-hundred-page script and become Australia’s premiere filmmaker. … Continue reading Featured Artist: Archibald Turner
by Brigitta Sanchez-O’Brien Arlusi! With JPCatholic students returning from their spring adventures in Italy, Italian resident Paul Campa shares his favorite recipe for spaghetti with ragú sauce. Ingredients: The Boys. This is a key ingredient for both preparing and consuming the dish. This meal cannot be cooked alone and loses flavor when not in the company of the boys. 3 garlic cloves 1 jalapeño pepper … Continue reading Spaghetti Bolognese with the Boys
Enjoy a healthy Killer Kale Salad, recipe courtesy of Cassidy Van Vooren. Continue reading Cassidy’s Killer Kale Salad
With the MA in Biblical Theology ending in Summer 2019, Chaldean Catholic seminarians depart from John Paul the Great Catholic University to finish their graduate studies at the Augustinian Institute. Continue reading Chaldean Seminarians Depart JPCatholic for Augustine Institute
Events and Announcements for the week of May 8 – 15. Continue reading Weekly Newsletter: 5/8 – 5/15
Alumni Max Hulbert, George Simon, and Nicolas McAfee comment and discuss their return to JPCatholic from students to faculty and staff; what they’ve learned, their contributions to the university’s growth, and where they plan to be in the future. Continue reading Alumni Turned Faculty
In the wake of Chase Crouse’s recent departure, Student Life plans to hire a new Campus Minister by the end of June. In the meantime, the Dean of Students has assumed all tasks previously belonging to Chase, and a new position has been conceived to manage some of those tasks from here on out. Continue reading New Assistant Household Coordinator
Rap Collective, Bregma, works with freshman film student Gabriel Zanoff to film music videos for the up-and-coming group.
Continue reading Rap Group Works with JPCatholic Freshman
Patrick Lynch is a junior at JPCatholic, studying TV Studio Production.
Continue reading Featured Artist: Patrick Lynch
JP Huckins is a junior communications major pursuing film makeup and prop production. His eccentric personality and creativity have led him to using his talents in cosmetology both on and off set. Continue reading Featured Artist: JP Huckins
As a faithful and reflective Catholic artist, Anne Linn strives to glorify God through her many artistic talents and endeavors, looking to see Christ in those she works with and in those of her audience. Continue reading Featured Artist: Anne Linn