A great poet named Elizabeth Acevedo came to St. Joseph’s College and did a great performance of her poems. Students and some of the staff were in the auditorium to watch the performance. We all grabbed sRead More
From all the poems, beautifully performed and written by the genius Elizabeth Acevedo, a Latin-American descendant poet, the one that really caught my attention was the poem tittled “Hair.” When one initially thinks about Latin American culture, it is difficult to take in to consideration the great role that hair has in this culture, and overall theRead More
Have you ever asked yourself why women would wear white on their wedding day but black at a funeral? Have you asked yourself why white represents angels and black represents demons? Or even white representing “pure”, and black “dirty.”Read More
On Thursday, October 19th, some of the ACES program students at St. Joseph’s College Brooklyn joined the Director of the Program, Professor Catherine Meehan and the Assistant Director, Professor Erica David to go see the much anticipated play “M. Butterfly” at the Cort Theatre on Broadway.Read More
1. Embrace who you are and where you come from.
Remember the saying, “The only person you should try to be better than is who you were yesterday.” Therefore, trust yourself and your abilities and NEVER compare yourself to others. You don’t have to come from a family that is full of college graduates in in order to be a good college student.Read More
Managing 4-6 classes per semester can be a little stressful sometimes. Midterms are approaching and on top of that, quizzes, exams and reading assignments may be close to each other. To get on top of your A game, you need to stay organized!Read More