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The biscuits and gravy is $14 under the “Eggs & Things” section. PHOTO: CHARLEY REKSTIS ’20/THE HAWK

Brunch Egg-splained: Midwestern comfort food right in Philly

Charley Rekstis February 19, 2020

I’m back, brunchers. For those who may be new here, allow me to introduce to you “Brunch egg-splained": A column where I go through the hard work of researching and visiting brunch locations,...

80 faculty and staff approved for Voluntary Separation Program

80 faculty and staff approved for Voluntary Separation Program

Charley Rekstis February 18, 2020

All applicants who responded to St. Joe’s offer for a buyout or “Voluntary Separation Program” (VSP) were notified of the status of their application on Feb. 7. Sixteen of 18 faculty members...

Photos from various stories covered by The Hawk. PHOTOS: LUKE MALANGA 20/THE HAWK

Honoring Student Press Freedom Day

Charley Rekstis January 29, 2020

Student-run media organizations are celebrating Student Press Freedom Day on Jan. 29 around the U.S. The day was created by the Student Press Law Center (SPLC) to celebrate the work done by student journalists...

Free pads and tampons have been availible in the Student Health Centers lobby since fall 2019. PHOTO: LESLIE QUAN 22/THE HAWK

Free period products available in Student Health Center

Charley Rekstis December 10, 2019

University Student Senate (USS) is currently working on an initiative to provide free pads and tampons in bathrooms across campus. Their goal is to have products available in all gender neutral bathrooms...

Mashliakevich served as commuter at-large for over a year. PHOTO: LUKE MALANGA ’20/THE HAWK

Commuter-at-large resigns from University Student Senate

Charley Rekstis October 29, 2019

Margarita Mashliakevich ’22 resigned from the University Student Senate (USS) commuter at-large position on Oct. 27 after being involved in the incident in the commuter lounge on Oct. 11. Mashliakevich...

Casey Swann has previously utilized the Renfrew Center. PHOTO: Mitchell Shields ’22

Eating disorders pose greater concerns for college students

Charley Rekstis October 22, 2019

Students are more likely to develop an eating disorder in college because of the stressors and pressures that appear in college, according to Gregg Nicholls, Ph.D., director of Counseling and Psychological...

The Hawks in Flight executive board (from left to right) Long Huynh ’21, Fatmata Sakho ’21, Makiah Stephens ’22, Elizabeth Le ’21,
and Sierra Long ’21, sit in front of the canvas that was taken off the wall. PHOTO: MITCHELL SHIELDS ’22/THE HAWK

Commuter students feel disrespected after incident

Charley Rekstis October 22, 2019

When Sierra Long ’21 left the commuter lounge on Oct. 11, the Friday before fall break, she felt confident she had cleaned the space perfectly for the first student to return the next week. That changed...


VIDEO: Cleaners at St. Joe’s rally for better wages

Charley Rekstis October 10, 2019

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The Autism CARES Act was previously known as the Combating Autism Act. This is the evolution of the Act over the 13 years. GRAPHIC: Mitchell Shields 22

Autism CARES Act focuses on lifespan of those with autism

Charley Rekstis October 8, 2019

New law grants $1.8 billion federal funding for autism research The Autism Collaboration, Accountability, Research, Education, and Support (CARES) Act of 2019 was signed into law by President Donald Trump...

The revamped art club aims to make St. Joe’s more artistic. PHOTO: Daniel Remishevsky ’23

Art club aims to make art more prominent on Hawk Hill

Charley Rekstis October 8, 2019

After hearing feedback from students about the lack of freedom of expression and art on campus, Jayne Baran ’22 and Abby Stefanski ’22 decided to take matters into their own hands by creating a new...

James W. Moore, S.J. served as director of Undergraduate Admissions from 1963 to 1978.

James W. Moore, S.J. dies at 92

Charley Rekstis September 17, 2019

James W. Moore, S.J., a Jesuit and active member of the St. Joe’s community for more than 45 years, died on Sept. 13. Moore came to St. Joe’s in 1963 when he started as the director of Undergraduate Admissions,...

Within each of the 12 buttons, more features are available to users. PHOTO: MITCHELL SHIELDS ’22/THE HAWK

New St. Joe’s safety app launches

Charley Rekstis September 10, 2019

St. Joe’s Public Safety launched a new app, “SJU Safe,” which makes public safety features accessible to students from their cell phones. The app was launched at the end of August and has over 1200...

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