Monthly Archives: July 2013

chairs and tables in a study area

“Hidden Gems” of JCC – Study Lounges

There are so many different study lounges on the Jamestown Campus!  Whatever building you’re in, there’s always a quiet place that you can go to study or read or just…

The Biotechnology students in the DNA club at the national undergraduate research conference in Washington DC

My First Week in SURI Doing Summer Research

  Hello! My name is Maria Sena and I am a biotechnology major at JCC. Many people might not know that JCC offers a summer undergraduate research program known as…

The Chautauqua Room in Hultquist Library

“Hidden Gems” of JCC – The Chautauqua Room

Of all the places I’ve written about so far, the Chautauqua Room is probably the least known.  I first discovered the room when I was doing my tour training last…

Residents gather for a photo before taking part in the Making Strides to End Brest Cancer Event

Hillside Suites Residents Making Strides

Early on in the fall semester of 2012, our residence life staff became aware of the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk that was going to be held on Jamestown…

pond

“Hidden Gems” of JCC – The Pond

As a current JCC student, I walk across the JCC Jamestown Campus almost every day to get from one class to the next, and I’m sure that most other students…

Members of the JCC Student Senate for the Jamestown and North County campuses meet with Governor Andrew Cuomo.

JCC Student Senate Meets Governor Andrew Cuomo

Being a Student Senator at Jamestown Community College, I figured I would simply attend weekly meetings, plan a few events, and of course, represent the student body. Being given the…

Riley Gustafson, Student Trustee, shakes hands with Governor Andrew Cuomo

Governor Cuomo Speaks at JCC

On Wednesday, July 10th, Governor Andrew Cuomo came to JCC to speak to a crowded student union in regards to the new Start-Up NY program. For those who don’t know,…

“Hidden Gems” of JCC – The College Park and Roger Tory Peterson Institute

To get to one of the most beautiful places on campus, you have to actually venture into the wilds. Well, kind of. It’s outside in the College Park. Also known…

fit to succeed

Fit to Succeed

Programming is truly one of the best aspects of residence life. These events provide the opportunity for residents to form bonds with one another, network for their futures, and expand…

“Hidden Gems” of JCC – The Robert Lee Scharmann Theatre

As you walk around the JCC campus, you may discover some hidden secrets–places around that you would otherwise just pass by, never noticing them. Over the next few blog posts, I…