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Hawk’s Abroad

Hannah Madeya April 24, 2024

Hannah Madeya posing at her kitchen counter with with ingredients she used as part of her attempt to try three-ingredient meals for a week

Finding the limit in cooking

Hannah Madeya April 17, 2024

Most children ask for a new bike, toys, a coloring book or, now, the latest iPhone for their 10th birthday. Not me. I asked my parents to buy me five mystery ingredients and set up a two-hour timer so...

photo of the LIbertree Grounds facility, displaying light up mini golf indoors

Teeing off for a night out

Hannah Madeya April 10, 2024
Libertee Grounds will take you back to your childhood habits
Q&A with Manuela Guillén 

Q&A with Manuela Guillén 

Hannah Madeya March 20, 2024

Born into a Cuban and Salvadoran immigrant family in Miami, Manuela Guillén is a freelance painter, muralist and digital illustrator residing in Philadelphia. In 2022, Guillén received her M.A. from...



Women’s History Month media recommendations

Hannah Madeya March 20, 2024

In 1978, the first known Women’s History Week was celebrated in Sonoma County, California. Nine years later, in 1987, the United States Congress declared March Women’s History Month in an effort to...

Graphic of the hawk and speech bubbles reading Q&A with Ron Tarver

Q & A with Ron Tarver

Hannah Madeya February 28, 2024

Ron Tarver’s love and passion for photography started as a child and has blossomed into a successful career that has earned him a shared 2012 Pulitzer Prize win for a series where he focused on school...

Dorothea Gamble poses at her gift shop, Trunc, located in the heart of Northern Liberties, Philadelphia.

Hawk Spotlight: Trunc

Hannah Madeya February 21, 2024

Back in 1974, Dorothea Gamble dreamed of one day opening her very own boutique. In 2018, that dream became a reality alongside her business partner, Dagmar Mitchell. Gamble spent most of her early...


Valen-tunes playlist

Hannah Madeya February 14, 2024

It is the season of love, and what better way to kick start those mushy “I love you” feelings than to make a playlist full of your favorite love songs? Here are five sweet symphonies from The Hawk...


Epic half-time shows

Hannah Madeya February 7, 2024

Let’s be honest, the big game is not always just about the big game. While a lot of people will be tuning in for the love of football, some will choose to chime in because of their love of music and...

Charisse McGill prepares French Toast Bites for St. Joes students at the 2023 Day of Dialogue.

In Remembrance: Charisse McGill ’21 MBA

Hannah Madeya January 31, 2024

At least a hundred family, friends and community members gathered in the Chapel of St. Joe’s Jan. 26 to remember and honor the life of Charisse McGill ’21 MBA. McGill, who died unexpectedly at...

Q & A with Jim MacMillan

Q & A with Jim MacMillan

Hannah Madeya December 6, 2023

Jim MacMillan, founder and director of the Philadelphia Center for Gun Violence Reporting and assistant director of the Logan Center for Urban Investigative Reporting at Temple University, will have his...

Native American History Month Book Recommendations

Native American History Month Book Recommendations

Hannah Madeya November 29, 2023

“Firekeeper's Daughter” by Angeline Boulley “Firekeeper’s Daughter,” the debut work of Chippewa author Angeline Boulley, tells the story of Daunis Fontaine, a half-white, half-native 18-year-old...

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