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Khalil Ebrahim Saloojee (left) and his father Suliman Saloojee (right), outside their company headquarters in Anchorville, each credits the other with different talents that help make the family business successful. PHOTO: ZACH PODOLNICK 26/THE HAWK
Family clothing business threads perseverance with community care
Shekinah Davis, Special to the Hawk • July 4, 2024

Anchorville, South Africa — When the Saloojee family opened their first men’s clothing store in 1972 in the mining town of Westonaria, about...

Mafusi Molefi (left) and Michèle Schiess (right) discuss one of Ma Tigers latest projects: a garden that helps feed children at Mautse Primary School. PHOTO: MAXIMUS FISHER ’25/THE HAWK
Listen to them roar
Kiley O'Brien and Shekinah Davis July 2, 2024

Mautse, South Africa — After witnessing survivors of gender-based violence, substance abuse and child neglect struggle with a lack of adequate...

Makatleho (Anna) Maseko cooks a pizza at Kasi Pizza, her garage-turned-pizza restaurant in Mautse, a township in the Free State province. PHOTO: MAXIMILIAN MURPHY 26/THE HAWK.
Township pizza spot runs on hard work, dreams
Hannah Pajtis and Lilli Dellheim July 1, 2024

Mautse, South Africa - On the first day she opened Kasi Pizza at the end of 2022, Makatleho (Anna) Maseko sold every one of the 80 pizzas she...

Donning their Durban Sharks kits for the first time following their capping ceremony, the U16 Sharks players hone their skills during a training session. PHOTO: ZACH PODOLNICK 26/THE HAWK
South Africa Stories
'There is a future for girls’ rugby'
Maximus Fisher, Sports Writer • July 3, 2024

Durban, South Africa – Forty-six athletes took a step towards a better future for women’s rugby June 23 at the Hollywoodbets Kings Park Stadium,...

Defender Oratile Makurube quickly changes directions during a June 15 match between the Regional Ladies Emmarentia Pirates and the Peace Makers Ladies. PHOTO: ZACH PODOLNICK ’26/THE HAWK
Sailing the soccer seas
Maximus Fisher, Sports Writer • June 23, 2024
Senior Natalie Nevins runs out as the announcer calls her name for the starting 11 before the Aug. 27, 2023 Drexel game. PHOTO COURTESY OF NATALIE NEVINS
An uphill battle
Natalie Nevins, Copy Editor • May 1, 2024
Graduate student Colin Yablonski pitches against Delaware, April 23. PHOTO: LEAH CATLYN ’27/THE HAWK
‘Sometimes the script flips’
Mia Messina, Sports Editor • May 1, 2024
Sydney Taylor ’26, Katy Viveiros ’26, James Miller ’26 and Alex Wojciak ’26 ask questions about the Apartments at Penn at the housing fair.
PHOTO: MADELINE WILLIAMS ’26/THE HAWK
Students scramble to secure off-campus housing for 2024-25
Vincent Kornacki October 25, 2023
University does not ‘anticipate any availability in on-campus housing’ for rising juniors and seniors
Let’s be conscientious of our privileges
Sahr Karimu October 25, 2023

Next year, rising juniors and seniors will likely not have any housing availability on campus. The university sent an email announcement informing...

WYSK: Leases
WYSK: Leases
Vincent Kornacki October 25, 2023

What is a lease? Why do I need it? When you want to rent a house or an apartment, you and the property’s landlord must agree upon and sign...

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