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

Teachers strike fire

Teachers strike fire

Ann Marie Maloney April 16, 2018

The wave of (liberal) activism that kicked off with the first Women’s March in 2017, in reaction to Donald Trump’s inauguration, rolls on. Last month, West Virginia’s 20,000 public school teachers,...

Listen to the kids

Listen to the kids

Ann Marie Maloney March 26, 2018

Taking young activists seriously Since the Parkland shooting in February, we’ve seen a lot of student activism and students speaking out against gun violence. We’ve also heard from a lot of adults,...

Reflections on International Womens Day

Reflections on International Women’s Day

Ann Marie Maloney March 20, 2018

Inspiration from the day’s radical history I returned to my apartment on International Women’s Day on March 8 and, because my afternoon classes were cancelled before spring break, I indulged in an...

Why Rob Porter matters

Why Rob Porter matters

Ann Marie Maloney February 12, 2018

Rob Porter, former Staff Secretary to the President, resigned last week after allegations of domestic abuse made against him by his ex-wives, Colbie Holderness and Jenny Willoughby, became public. Porter...

Anders Fogh Rasmussen, former Danish prime minister talks about NATO and the Unted States role in NATOs
mission (Photo by Ann Marie Maloney 18).

Former NATO leader supports U.S. global police role

Ann Marie Maloney November 28, 2017

Rasmussen speaks at St. Joe's about NATO's mission. Former Danish prime minister and Secretary General of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Anders Fogh Rasmussen said the future of NATO’s...

Silence is not golden

Ann Marie Maloney November 28, 2017

Empowering sexual assault survivors Women across the globe are coming forward with accounts of their own experiences of being sexually assaulted. Especially in the United States, more are speaking out...

A scented revolution

A scented revolution

Ann Marie Maloney October 30, 2017

New soap dispensers come to campus A magical thing has started over the last few weeks on St. Joe’s campus: we’re getting new soap dispensers. These dispensers have been popping up in most buildings...

Creating Justice

Creating Justice

Ann Marie Maloney October 24, 2017

Taking a critical look at marginalization in the Church When I graduate in May, I hope to move on to a career marked by public service and advocacy, to a life dedicated to finding just solutions to our...

Navigating middle ground

Navigating middle ground

Ann Marie Maloney September 5, 2017

Relations between the LGBTQ community and Catholics I ventured down to Villanova University’s chapel on Aug. 29 to attend a talk by Father James Martin, a Jesuit priest, author and editor of America...

Corruption and candidates

Corruption and candidates

Ann Marie Maloney April 4, 2017

Local Philadelphia election worthy of attention Last week, Philadelphia became a municipality whose top governmental lawyer doesn’t have an active law license. Current District Attorney Seth Williams...

The spirit of intersectional feminism

The spirit of intersectional feminism

Ann Marie Maloney January 30, 2017

Why egalitarianism isn't enough The Women’s March in Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, and more than 100 other cities in the United States and around the world gave millions of people the opportunity to...

Load More Stories
Donate to The Hawk News