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Sophomore sprinter Sydney Rose settles onto her blocks on April 29. PHOTO: MITCHELL SHIELDS 22/THE HAWK

St. Joe’s track and field takes on Penn Relays

Mitchell Shields May 4, 2022

Former St. Joe’s track star Zach Michon ’21 (center red jersey) passes his baton to his Philadelphia RunnerTrack Club teammate as he races in the men’s 4xMile Elite Olympic Development event on...

Natalie Yaworsky Lamley (left) and her cousin Daria Heletkanycz (center) show their support for Ukraine at a Feb. 25 rally at City Hall. Both of their parents are from Ukraine. PHOTOS: MITCHELL SHIELDS 22/THE HAWK

Philly rallies for Ukraine

Mitchell Shields March 2, 2022

Hundreds of Ukrainian Americans and supporters gathered over the weekend in solidarity with Ukraine. On Feb. 25, the Honorary Consulate of Ukraine in Philadelphia organized a rally outside of City Hall....


Students choose: classes or isolation

Mitchell Shields December 7, 2021

Anna Kalafatis ’22 returned to campus from Thanksgiving break ready to take on her last two weeks of classes. But then she tested positive for covid-19 the Tuesday after she got back. A LaFarge Residence...


University returns retirement cuts as one-time payment

Mitchell Shields November 16, 2021

Faculty and staff who had 403(b) retirement plan cuts last year will receive a one-time payment of 5% of their fiscal year 2022 salary, according to President Mark Reed, Ed.D., in a Nov. 4 announcement...

Junior guard Dahmir Bishop goes for a layup. Bishop finished the contest with five points. PHOTOS: MITCHELL SHIELDS 22/THE HAWK

Dancing with the Devils: St. Joe’s vs. USciences

Mitchell Shields November 9, 2021

On Nov. 4, St. Joe’s and the University of the Sciences squared off on the hardwood at Hagan Arena. The Hawks defeated the Devils in the exhibition contest 83-54.

Behind the Curtain

‘Behind the Curtain’

Mitchell Shields November 2, 2021

An inside look at men’s basketball training Photos: Mitchell Shields '22/The Hawk      

Senior midfielder Sophia Kolkka defends that ball against Bucknell defender Ella Payer (21).

Scenes from women’s lacrosse vs. Bucknell

Mitchell Shields September 28, 2021

On Sept. 25 the St. Joe’s women’s lacrosse team played a scrimmage against Bucknell University to start their fall season. Though the team has its regular season in the spring, they also compete in...

Santore said she has always loved rollerskating parties and that was what got her into rollerskating. PHOTO: MITCHELL SHIELDS ’22/THE HAWK

Students find their place in skating

Mitchell Shields September 28, 2021

The methodic ‘click clack’ of wheels on the pavement is an unmistakable sound; you know in just a few seconds, a skateboarder is about to whiz by you on their way through campus. Skaters seem to be...

Fans dance to Young Thug on Saturday, Sept. 4. While the festival and city both mandated attendees to wear masks, those who complied were few and far between.

Made in America in photos

Mitchell Shields September 8, 2021

After a one-year hiatus, Made in America, Philadelphia’s annual music festival founded by Jay-Z, was back on the Ben Franklin Parkway for Memorial Day weekend. Under the shadow of the coronavirus pandemic,...

Philadelphians waited hours in the cold to receive their COVID-19 vaccination from the Black Doctors COVID-19 consortium. PHOTOS: MITCHELL SHIELDS 22/THE HAWK

Hundreds bear freezing temperatures and snow for their chance at the COVID-19 vaccine

Mitchell Shields February 25, 2021

Hundreds waited in the falling snow for the Black Doctors COVID-19 Consortium 24-hour “vaxathon” at Temple University’s Liacouras Center on Feb. 19. Philadelphians who reside in areas in the city...

Biden-Harris supporters walk down Broad Street from City Hall to the Pennsylvania Convention Center, where Biden-Harris and Trump-Pence supporters have been protesting since election night.

Election 2020

Mitchell Shields November 11, 2020

On Nov. 7, as soon as the news broke that the Associated Press called Joe Biden and Kamala Harris as the next president and vice-president, Philadelphians poured into the streets in response. Philadelphians...

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