Last week, Student Government President Grace Reding, Vice-President Neil McDonough, and Historian Sophia Flemings were asked to resign from their respective offices because of infractions on Student Life policies, according to Lidy Connolly.
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: ...
A private screening of Brigitta Sanchez-O’Brien and Paul Campa’s senior thesis film, Mi Sangre es su Sangre, has been scheduled for viewing at Vintana Restaurant after JPCatholic Professors Chris Riley, Tom Dunn, and Nathan Scoggins decided against showing the film at the JPCatholic senior screening.
Michael Steffen, Adjunct Professor of Game Design, departs after the end of the Summer Quarter for Biola University, a Christian university in Southern California. The full-time position at Biola will involve teaching and developing a new gaming and animation program from scratch.
Last Wednesday the JPCatholic Class of 2018 celebrated their upcoming graduation at Dr. Connolly’s home with current faculty and staff at the annual Senior Dinner. They shared light Hors D’Oeuvres, drinks, and fond words and quips about their three years at school.
JPCatholic seniors submitted applications for the Los Angeles quarter in the Fall and, after a review of their overall standing with the university, selected students were invited to participate in the LA quarter, where they will finish their undergraduate degree while working internships for various media companies.