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(Left to Right) Kersti Powell, Ph.D., Adiba Jaigirdar and Ben Vanelli ’25 discuss “The Henna Wars” at Cardinal Foley Campus Center April 18. PHOTO: LUKE SANELLI ’26/THE HAWK

Q&A with Adiba Jaigirdar

Gavin Kuebler April 24, 2024

St. Joe’s department of Irish Studies collaborated with the Consulate General of Ireland April 18 to host a discussion with Adiba Jaigirdar, author of “The Henna Wars.” The novel, a young adult...

group photo of The cast of “She Kills Monsters” poses after performing on their opening night, April 4

Last ACT: Elements of Theater group take their final bows

Gavin Kuebler April 10, 2024

Elements of Theater, a University City-based club, hosted its final show, “She Kills Monsters,” April 6 and 7 before retiring the club at the end of the academic year due to most UCity undergraduate...


Panel hosts discussion surrounding AI use at the university

Gavin Kuebler April 5, 2024

Students and faculty gathered March 26 for a dialogue about the impact of ChatGPT on workplaces and the university’s own learning.Titled “Chat GPT, Gen Z, and the University,” the talk was sponsored...

Elizabeth Morgan, Ph.D., performs at the faculty recital featuring music by women composers from the
United States in the Frances M. Maguire Art Museum, March 21.

American women take center stage in faculty piano recital

Gavin Kuebler March 27, 2024

A faculty recital featuring pianist Elizabeth Morgan, Ph.D., associate professor of music, was held March 21 in the Frances M. Maguire Art Museum.  The performance served as the third entry of...

Members of St. Joes chapter of Circle K International and SSMLS work to assemble cold and flu kits, Feb. 23.

Students synergize service and science to stop sickness spread

Gavin Kuebler February 28, 2024

Student volunteers from the St. Joe’s chapter of Circle K International, a student-led service group, and the Student Society of Medical Laboratory Scientists (SSMLS) gathered Feb. 23 for an annual...

Jacob Peifer ’25 sits at the desk where he constructed his new investment business, “Jacob’s Investing Center.”

SJU Investing Club founder launches new business

Gavin Kuebler February 7, 2024

Finance and economics major Jacob Peifer ’25 has figured out how to utilize his passion to serve others. That passion is investing. Co-founder of the SJU Investing Club, Peifer has been interested...

Pharmacy students discuss the results of their experiment on the
University City campus with pharmacy faculty and Control Ltd.
employee, Feb. 5. PHOTO: SAHR KARIMU ’26/THE HAWK

Healthcare departments explore safer drug delivery method

Gavin Kuebler February 7, 2024

Students and faculty in St. Joe’s pharmacy and occupational therapy (OT) departments collaborated on a research project to test a new method dispensing Rick Simpson Oil (RSO) Feb. 5 on the University...

Guitarist Cale Hoeflicker, Ph.D., poses after performing at the Memorial Concert for Jeremy Harting at the
Frances M. Maguire Art Museum, Jan. 25. PHOTO: BEN VANELLI ’25/THE HAWK

Music department honors former faculty member with memorial concert

Gavin Kuebler January 31, 2024

The Frances M. Maguire Art Museum hosted the Jeremy Harting Memorial Concert Jan. 25, honoring the life of Jeremy Harting, Ph.D., who was a guitar instructor at St. Joe’s from 2013-2017. Sponsored...

Kevin Hoban ’24, Taryn Bellamy ’24, Adamaris Bovasso ’24 and Anna
Owens ’24 at the HawkHUB and Sharing Excess Trader Joe’s pop-up Nov.
11 on Campion Lawn. PHOTO: ALLIE MILLER ’24/THE HAWK

Meal swipe donation program launches to help students in need

Gavin Kuebler November 29, 2023

Starting Nov. 27, St. Joe’s students with meal plans will have the opportunity to donate unused swipes to students in need. The meal swipe donation program, a partnership with HawkHUB, the Office...

Shuja Moore, Evan Figueroa-Vargas, Antoinette Griffin and Keir Bradford-Grey take questions from audience
members and discuss the short film, Nov. 11. PHOTO: MADELINE WILLIAMS ’26/THE HAWK

Hawk Hill screens film on pardon application

Gavin Kuebler November 15, 2023

Seven St. Joe’s departments sponsored a screening of “Pardon Me” in Campion Student Center’s Forum Theatre Nov. 9. The 2023 short film explores the advantages and challenges of applying for a...

Local residents, Ishaq Deis and Caroline Maw-Deis, converse with two representatives from
TelevisaUnivision, a Mexican-American media company, Nov. 2.

Maguire Museum celebrates Day of the Dead

Gavin Kuebler November 8, 2023

The Frances M. Maguire Art Museum hosted Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, a traditional Mexican celebration, Nov. 2. Día de los Muertos, which takes place Nov. 1 to Nov. 2 in Mexico, invites...


Four movie thrills to finish off spooky season

Gavin Kuebler November 1, 2023

Coming off of the thrills of your Halloween night and still in the mood for something spooky? Here are four horror staples of various fright levels for continued movie nights as the leaves fade from red...

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