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The Student News Site of St. Joseph's University

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Louie Collins ’25 is living in gender-inclusive housing for a third year in a row at St. Joe’s. PHOTO: ALLIE MILLER ’24/THE HAWK

Gender-inclusive housing affirms ‘wholeness of each person’s identity,’ but trans students say it falls short

Allie Miller, Editor-in-Chief May 1, 2024

In the five years since St. Joe’s began offering gender-inclusive housing, interest has steadily increased. For some students, however, the option has often fallen short of their needs. Louie Collins...

Anne Gutherman ’24 showcases her artwork in the Frances M. Maguire Art Museum. PHOTO: LUKE SANELLI 26/THE HAWK

Student novelist, artist entwines passions in thesis work

Juliet Menz May 1, 2024

Anne Gutherman ’24 is the epitome of ambition. A double major in studio art and English, Gutherman is a prolific storyteller through both her writing and artwork. Gutherman’s series of illustrations,...

Hawks on Hawk Hill? Not quite!

Eddie Dolan May 1, 2024

For possibly the first time in 10 years, a pair of raptors (but not hawks!) seem to be setting up a home on Hawk Hill. High up on the bell tower at Barbelin Hall, two peregrine falcons, which I have affectionately...

A call to ban promotion of exploitative advertising jobs

Joshua Philip May 1, 2024

Nearly every stairwell in Mandeville Hall has at least one job posting for a company named “Vector Marketing,” complete with a scannable QR code and tearaway slips. Vector Marketing is a subset of...

Steve Moelter, Ph.D., poses at his desk in his office located in Post Hall PHOTO: MAX KELLY ’24/THE HAWK

Q&A with Steve Moelter

Max Kelly April 24, 2024

Steve Moelter, Ph.D., is an associate professor of psychology and co-director of the Neuroscience Program. Born and raised in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, Moelter started skateboarding at age 12. From then...

The entrance to Overbrook Presbyterian Church with boarded up windows

Community rallies to support church after fire

Max Kelly April 24, 2024
Communities rally to support church after fire
Photo of the jumbotron at displaying the Hoops for Housing halftime free throw contest in Hagan Arena, with fans in the background

Apartment complex launches marketing partnership

Max Kelly April 17, 2024

A marketing sponsorship agreement launched at the end of 2023 makes Presidential City Apartments the official off-campus housing partner of SJU Athletics.The four-building complex is located  at...

A cone on the curb of Cardinal Avenue with a sign reading “no parking” and “violators will be towed,” Feb. 25. PHOTO: MAX KELLY ’24/THE HAWK

Courtesy towing leaves students distressed and confused

Max Kelly February 28, 2024

St. Joe’s posted an announcement Feb. 12 notifying students on Hawk Hill that all cars parked on Cardinal Avenue must be moved by 6 a.m. Feb. 13 or they would be courtesy towed due to nearby subsurface...

Sultan Mohiuddin, an employee of Big Guy Halal
Food, cooks a lamb gyro hoagie.
PHOTO: MAX KELLY ’24/THE HAWK

The search for affordable food cart bites

Max Kelly February 21, 2024

I love to try new foods but as a college student, I don’t have award-winning restaurant money. So, late last semester, I embarked on a mission to find some great meals for a reasonable price amidst...

The storefront of South Philly Barbacoa is decorated with a mosaic sign, located at 1140 S. 9th St.
PHOTO: MAX KELLY ’24/THE HAWK

Exploring Mexican culture at Italian Market

Max Kelly January 31, 2024

Marcos Tlacopilco is the kind of person I hoped to meet during my first excursion to Philadelphia’s famous Italian Market: an immigrant, a restaurant employee who worked his way up to owner and a colorful...

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