Students at JPCatholic are welcome to volunteer at St. Dismas Guild, a Catholic non-profit organization inspired by the works of St. Teresa of Calcutta and founded by Deacon Ken Finn and his wife Marie in 1989 to spread the word of God to the imprisoned.
The mural in the 155 building by Caitlin Nolan has been replaced by a red wall with wood paneling. This wood paneling has also been put in the cubbies outside Classroom M.
This past Sunday, the JPCatholic broadcasting club showed off seven senior projects currently in the works at the school.
The Holy 40 Project was founded in 2018 by Fawaz Yasi, a youth minister at St. Mark’s parish in San Marcos. Fawaz is a traditionalist Catholic who began this project as a gateway for others to rid themselves of vice and enter into a life of virtue.
by Keenan Wostenberg Neri House will be hosting their first film festival on Sunday, March 10th. Neri Co-Head Matthew Middendorf commented, “Joy is the theme, so whether your film is about joy, trying to obtain joy in some form, or even the absence of joy- it’s up to you. It’s really up to the filmmaker...
After taking seven required business classes within JPCatholic's core curriculum, students only need two more classes to obtain a business minor: Accounting I, and either Finance I or Accounting II.
Film Club was recently restructured by Christopher Weingart, Marielle Cuccinelli, Sophie Flemings, and Professor George Simon.
The Writing Center offers help to students on their writing, weekly assignments, final or midterm papers, and scripts.
Multiple JPCatholic students have recently become victims of bicycle theft.
Contracting with a temp agency has allowed JPCatholic to hire actors under SAG legally and efficiently. As a result, projects such as Matthew Middendorf have been discontinued due to a large increase in price.
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...
Students at JPCatholic open a Catholic T-Shirt company called Faithful Habit with the goal to evangelize though inspiring designs for young adults.
Professor Nathan Scoggins addresses student concerns about JPCatholic content restrictions.
rofessor Scott Camden is not teaching any classes this quarter or next quarter.
According to the JPCatholic website and Student Handbook, parking for students, staff, and faculty is prohibited at all times on Grand Avenue.
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.
Modifications to the already standing rules of campus drinking and apartment dinners have been announced.
JPCatholic's annual Europe Trip is still happening despite changes in the itinerary and a low number of registered students.
Student Government is moving forward with structural changes intended to improve the effectiveness of their interactions with the school. A separation from what is now called Resident Life will allow for more leeway with bills and an independent government that is working towards helping student concerns.
The end of this quarter marks a new beginning for The Jude; Jonathan Sperling was hired to work alongside Joe Cross as the Co-Director of Residential Life, with the new Jude as the office.