Events from November 14 – 21 Continue reading Weekly Newsletter November 14th – 21st
Marielle Cuccinelli, Sophie Flemings, and Chris Weingart conduct an interview and Q&A with three freshmen students about life at JPCatholic. Continue reading Freshmen Advice from Upperclassmen
Director of Campus Ministry Austin Schneider talks about his plans for community service outreach at JPCatholic. Continue reading Revamping Community Service
Professors weigh in on the purpose of the soundstage for students and faculty and voice their hopes for a new facility in the future.
Continue reading A Soundstage in Demand
Events and announcements for November 5th-11th Continue reading Weekly Newsletter November 5th – 11th
JPCatholic student Claire Kelly got hit by a car on Tuesday while crossing Escondido Blvd from Wells Fargo towards the school. Continue reading Student Gets Hit by Car
Sophomore Mercy Salinas has created a Day of the Dead altar outside of the JPCatholic chapel to bring culture to the school and honor family members. . Continue reading Day of the Dead Altar
Newsletter October 29th – November 4th Continue reading Newsletter October 29th – November 4th
This Thursday at 6:30pm in the Student Center we will be hosting Lana Link, the VP of Talent Acquisition at the Moving Picture Institute. Continue reading Talent Acquisitions VP to Start Off JPCatholic Speaker Series
Weekly Newsletter October 23rd – 29th Continue reading Weekly Newsletter October 23rd – 29th
John Paul the Great Catholic University is ranked #12 in the nation in the U.S. News & World Report’s Best Regional Colleges – West list for 2019. Continue reading JPCatholic Ranked #12 Best Regional West College
Events for the week of October 16th – 22nd. Continue reading Weekly Newsletter October 16th – 22nd
We in Escondido, often lacking in autumn traditions shared by the colder regions of the country, grow restless for a seasonal activity of our own. Luckily for those twenty-one and over, Escondido’s Stone Brewing Company offers just that with its Halloween Movie Nights, nicknamed Ghouls in the Garden. Continue reading Stone Brewing Halloween Movie Nights
A letter from the editor Continue reading Welcome to The Pelican News
SOUL Campus Apostolate has introduced a number of changes in regards to how it will approach its ministry on campus, including more events for the student body and an open opportunity to build community with other ministries in the San Diego area.
Continue reading Changes to SOUL
When returning students walked into the 155 building at the start of this quarter, they were met with some interesting interior design changes.
Continue reading School Renovations Cause Questions
Nathan Scoggins, Communications Media Professor, is now working full time for JPCatholic. He said the transition from part time to full time “…isn’t a huge shift in terms of [his] commitment — practically speaking it means an extra half-day a week.” Continue reading Professor Scoggins Comes on Full Time
Riding a converted fire truck to the manufacturing facility, students from JPCatholic University’s Business Planning class toured Dr. Bronner’s Soap in Vista this past Thursday, learning applied business concepts from the company’s Chief Operating Officer, Michael Milam. Continue reading JPCatholic Business Students Visit Local Company That Balances Purpose and Profit
Weekly Newsletter August 28 – September 3 Continue reading Weekly Newsletter August 28 – September 3
The California Center for the Arts recently won a contest from the Levitt Foundation which will sponsor ten free concerts in Grape Day Park. Continue reading Free Concerts in Park Funded by Levitt Foundation