Events for the week of February 19th-February 25th Continue reading
With the addition of four new Resident Assistants, the St. Jude and the Perch are now open for extended hours during the weekdays and the weekends to provide more study and social spaces for JPCatholic students. The new hours are as follows: St. Jude: … Continue reading New RA’s Bring Extended Hours to Common Rooms
by Garrick Shafer Due to financial problems, owners Vinnie and Michelle Griffin permanently closed The Continental Deli and Vinz Wine Bar. These closures, along with other restaurant closures in the past few years on Grand Avenue, have raised questions about what the city is doing to help them be successful. Vinz Wine bar was open for 11 years and the Continental Deli was open for 52 years. … Continue reading Vinz is Fin
The Women’s Afternoon of Recollection will take place on Saturday, February 23rd from 12:00pm until 5:00pm. It with end with a Vigil Mass. Continue reading Free Women’s Retreat at OLMC
The Workers of the Vineyard, a society of common life in the Chaldean Rite, closed January 14th, 2019, due to the order’s lack of clarity and a singular vision. Continue reading Rana, Formerly Sister Tarbytha, Shares Chaldean’s Story
Students at JPCatholic open a Catholic T-Shirt company called Faithful Habit with the goal to evangelize though inspiring designs for young adults.
Continue reading Catholic T-Shirt Business Opens on Campus
Five weeks after the updates from the Town Hall meeting, Student Government has yet to schedule a congressional meeting, or update the student body on its new revised constitution.
Continue reading Student Government Revises Constitution
Professor Nathan Scoggins addresses student concerns about JPCatholic content restrictions. Continue reading Scoggins on Content in Student Films
rofessor Scott Camden is not teaching any classes this quarter or next quarter. Continue reading Professor Camden’s Status
According to the JPCatholic website and Student Handbook, parking for students, staff, and faculty is prohibited at all times on Grand Avenue. Continue reading JPCatholic Parking Rules
As the cast of Guys and Dolls rehearses for the upcoming show, professors note the progress of the musical theater program and its valuable addition to the overall curriculum of the university Continue reading The Future of the Musical Theatre Program
Professor Max Hulburt explains that why there is no senior project for JPCatholic’s animation students, but that individual projects will allow the students to create impressive portfolios. Continue reading Hulburt Explains Animation Senior Project
Events and Announcements for this week Continue reading Weekly Newsletter February 5th – 11th
The Escondido Downtown Business Association will be partnering with local restaurants to host “For the Love of Chocolate” from 1pm and 5pm on Saturday, February 9th. Continue reading For the Love of Chocolate
On January 19that 8 am, twenty-five JPCatholic students and their chaplain, Fr. Eleuterio, departed for downtown Los Angeles where they spent the day celebrating life in the 5th annual Archdiocesan OneLife LA event. The event began with a walk from LA Placita Olvera to LA Historic Park, followed by a large festival of food, entertainment, and speakers. It concluded at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the … Continue reading JPCatholic Students Walk for Life
Matthew Middendorf is a director studying Communications Media and Business. Continue reading Featured Artist: Matthew Middendorf
Nicol Sperling takes on her new role as Assistant Director of Campus Ministry: Women’s Ministry at JPCatholic to create a stronger community for women. Continue reading A Voice for JPCatholic Women
Modifications to the already standing rules of campus drinking and apartment dinners have been announced.
Continue reading Changes to the Student Handbook
Kevin Stutzke is an acting emphasis from La Miranda, CA who expresses himself through his poetry, sculpting, and acting. Continue reading Featured Artist: Kevin Stutzke
Events and announcements for the week of January 21st – 27th Continue reading Weekly Newsletter January 21st – 27th