The Student News Site of St. Joseph's University

The Hawk News

The Student News Site of St. Joseph's University

The Hawk News

The Student News Site of St. Joseph's University

The Hawk News

Alexander Bell ’19 organizes his business’s products (Photo by Luke Malanga ’20).

Cashing in on resale culture

Alexa Pollice October 30, 2018

Passion for premium sneakers becomes business endeavor Erin Breen '19 contributed to this story.  When Alexander Bell ’19, was in high school, he saw a kid in a pair of Air Jordan 13 sneakers and an...

Jim’s Steaks sits on North 62nd Street, close to the West Campus apartments (Photo by Alexa Pollice ’21).

A Philly original

Alexa Pollice September 18, 2018

The history of the first Jim’s Steaks. While many cheesesteak fanatics are familiar with Jim’s Steaks on South Street, they may not know that the original Jim’s is just a 10-minute drive from campus. Richard...

Born in the U.S.A

Born in the U.S.A

Alexa Pollice September 4, 2018

Philadelphia comes together to attend Made in America. To many St. Joe’s students, the first weekend back to school only means one thing: Made in America. Made in America is one of Philadelphia’s biggest...

Bryan Clemonts, head technician at Dakes (Photo by Alexa Pollice ’21).

A drugstore for the community

Alexa Pollice April 17, 2018

Dake's serves the area for over 90 years.  A bell jingled as the door opened to a small store on 54th Street near the corner of City Avenue. Behind the counter, a tall, friendly pharmacist warmly greeted...

A student holds a sign during a walkout in Center City (Photo by Luke Malanga 20).

Future teachers on gun violence

Alexa Pollice March 20, 2018

Education majors discuss gun violence in schools In the wake of recent school shootings, education majors have something else to consider as they prepare to become teachers: how to protect their future...

Dixon admiring one of the yearbooks from the archives (Photo by Matthew J. Haubenstein, M.A., ’17).

A year without yearbooks

Alexa Pollice February 27, 2018

Campus yearbook production ceased after 2016 publication. When St. Joe’s seniors collect their diplomas at commencement this year, they will not be picking up  yearbooks. Last year was the first year...

Load More Stories
Donate to The Hawk News