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The Student News Site of St. Joseph's University

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The Student News Site of St. Joseph's University

The Hawk News


Making the most of the microwave

Lily Steele February 8, 2022

For some people, making dinner sounds like sizzle, crack, pop. For me, it’s beep, beep, beep. Frozen dinners hold a special place in my heart. My parents were divorced when I was little, and while...

Diego Ramirez ’22 teaches St. Joe’s trainees how to bring allyship to campus. PHOTO: KELLY SHANNON ’24/THE HAWK

Safe Zone Training holds 20th anniversary session

Lily Steele November 2, 2021

Safe Zone Training is celebrating its 20th anniversary at St. Joe’s. The program, which is open to students, faculty and staff, raises awareness about the issues impacting the LGBTQIA+ community and...

Justin McGee ’23, Steven Tantillo ’24, Peter Paino ’23 and Andre Hatcher ’23 study for midterms.

Students and faculty reflect on week-long fall break

Lily Steele October 19, 2021

Madelyn Rose ’22 was determined to have a fun fall break during her senior year. So, she traveled to Nashville, Tennessee with her friends.  “I think once we heard that we would have a normal semester,...

Samantha Franzman ’23 on her study tour in Positano, Italy on Sept. 25th

St. Joe’s resumes study abroad programs

Lily Steele September 28, 2021

Study abroad programs are back for the 2021-22 academic year. Last semester, all semesters abroad, as well as study tours and summer programs for the 2020-21 academic year, were canceled due to covid-19....

Kathryn Brutzman ’24 using her new contactless tap ID card at Lannon Hall on Sept. 5.

St. Joe’s begins distributing contactless ID cards

Lily Steele September 8, 2021

St. Joe’s began distributing new contactless, electronic access ID cards to all faculty, staff, students, guests and contractors at the start of the fall 2021 semester. Currently, contactless readers...

The womens club ice hockey team is in its ninth season. Photo courtesy of Clara Tomann

Women’s ice hockey brings in young talent

Lily Steele December 3, 2019

After going undefeated last year, the women’s club ice hockey team has been working to rebuild this season. On Nov. 24, the club won their first game against Slippery Rock University at the East...

The St. Joe’s club hockey program will be celebrating their 50th season this year. PHOTO: Courtesy of Griffin Pierce ’20

Men’s hockey undefeated in tournament

Lily Steele November 12, 2019

For the first time in the program’s almost 50 year history, the St. Joe’s men’s ice hockey club team went 3-0 at the Stephen Russell Memorial Tournament this past weekend in Wilmington, North...

“Company” opens Oct. 24 at the Bluett Theatre. PHOTO: Courtesy of Melissa Kelly Photography

The cast of “Company” ponders friendship, love and marriage

Lily Steele October 22, 2019

SJU Theatre Company’s production of the musical comedy “Company” opens this week in Bluett Theatre. With music and lyrics composed by Stephen Sondheim and a book by George Furth, “Company” premiered...

What You Should Know: Amazon rainforest fires

What You Should Know: Amazon rainforest fires

Lily Steele October 8, 2019

What is happening in the Amazon rainforest? The Amazon rainforest in Brazil is burning at a speed of three football fields per minute. The rainforest covers an area of 2,124,000 square miles and has...

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