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The Hawk News

A prediction for the Buttigieg campaign

A prediction for the Buttigieg campaign

Brendan Kiley April 16, 2019

Assessing Mayor Pete’s future in big-league politics Believe it or not, we are all going to have to learn how to pronounce this guy’s last name. Pete Buttigieg (pronounced boot-edge-edge) is the mayor...

Moving forward from the Mueller report

Moving forward from the Mueller report

Brendan Kiley April 2, 2019

Rehashing 2016 will benefit neither party The Mueller investigation has culminated into a dark cloud long hovering over American politics. Whether you see it as a witch hunt or a noble crusade for justice,...

Noticing the decline in civic society

Noticing the decline in civic society

Brendan Kiley February 26, 2019

How disengagement leads to loneliness From the moment you step foot on St. Joe’s campus, all you hear is, “Get involved.” It is the most banal, clichéd advice you will receive starting your freshman...

The sorry State of the Union

The sorry State of the Union

Brendan Kiley January 22, 2019

We don’t need the monarchical address At least when President Mark C. Reed needs to address this university’s community, he has the courtesy to just leave it at an email. Presidents of this great nation,...

Cronyism and Amazon’s HQ2

Cronyism and Amazon’s HQ2

Brendan Kiley November 27, 2018

The inevitable strain that will come with Amazon’s capital gain Not many issues manage to unite hardcore Libertarians and Democratic Socialists of America, so in a way you have to commend Amazon for...

The rise of anti-Semitism

The rise of anti-Semitism

Brendan Kiley November 6, 2018

A perspective in the wake of the Pittsburgh shooting It is tough to put a tragedy in context. The nature of tragedies is they are so cruel, and in the case of Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, so evil...

Murder of Jamal Khashoggi

Murder of Jamal Khashoggi

Brendan Kiley October 22, 2018

U.S. condemns and condones Saudi Arabian violence The murder of Jamal Khashoggi is a tragedy and the continued American-Saudi Arabian alliance is a farce, plain and simple. Jamal Khashoggi was a Washington...

Christopher Morrin at his office in the Women’s Center (Photo by Matt Barrett ’21).

Grant opens new position

Brendan Kiley September 11, 2018

Christopher Morrin joins St. Joe's Office of Student Outreach and Support When Christopher Morrin, St. Joe’s first sexual misconduct prevention specialist, was in college himself at Lehigh University,...

Matt Gifford is the face behind Hawk Hill Hardwood (Photo courtesy of Matt Gifford ’06).

Who is Hawk Hill Hardwood?

Brendan Kiley April 24, 2018

St. Joe's graduate brings fandom to journalism  For years, the identity of the person behind Hawk Hill Hardwood was hard to find. Most fans who followed Hawk Hill Hardwood, a website and Twitter account...

Bridget Gilmore ’18 works on making a cereal bowl in the ceramics room (Photo by Brendan Kiley ’19).

Sculpting a passion

Brendan Kiley April 17, 2018

A look at the St. Joe’s ceramics room. Bridget Gilmore ’18 had a bit of gray clay on her cheeks. Anywhere else on campus, that might look strange, but not in Boland Hall’s ceramics room. On a Wednesday...

The Villiger Speech and Debate team after their PFA championship victory (Photo courtesy of Tom Hauk ’20).

Victory at Bloomsburg

Brendan Kiley March 6, 2018

Villiger Speech and Debate's third consecutive championship win For the third year in a row, the Villiger Speech and Debate Team has won the Pennsylvania Forensics Association (PFA) state championship. In...

Saint Marys Hall, located on the Maguire campus, previously housed the Romero RLC
(Photo by Luke Malanga 20).

Romero RLC to be relocated

Brendan Kiley February 20, 2018

Saint Mary's Hall will no longer be a housing option Saint Mary’s Hall, an on-campus residence for the last 40 years, will close at the end of the spring semester. Current residents of Saint Mary’s...

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