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Alexandria Marro ’25, vice president of Green Fund, poses at The Barnes Arboretum, April 15. PHOTO: MADELINE WILLIAMS ’26/THE HAWK

Student Senate passes sustainability resolution

Savannah Warner April 17, 2024

The University Student Senate unanimously passed Green Fund’s Resolution 005 on April 5, which focuses on environmental sustainability at St. Joe’s and calls for the establishment of an office dedicated...

Faculty host group discussions

Savannah Warner March 27, 2024

About 10 students and faculty members and three facilitators gathered March 20 for a small group discussion about the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas. The discussion was part of a program...

Savannah Warner ’24 attempted to make home-cooked meals for a week in place of takeout last semenester.

Taking out takeout for a week

Savannah Warner February 28, 2024

I often find myself scrolling through the Grubhub app, despite having an entire cabinet stocked with food. As the essays and assignments start to pile up, the urge to give up on cooking and pick up Wendy’s...

Sara Melley ’23, M.A. ’24, assistant director of the
Faith-Justice Institute, poses at her desk in Post

Q&A with Sara Melley ’23, M.A. ’24

Savannah Warner February 21, 2024

Sara Melley ’23, M.A.’24 was appointed assistant director of Faith-Justice Institute at the end of last semester. Melley graduated from St. Joe’s with bachelor’s degrees in political science and...

WYSK: Changes with FAFSA

Savannah Warner February 7, 2024

As of January 2024, the U.S. Department of Education’s Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) will not be received by schools until March. FAFSA’s Simplification and FUTURE Acts, passed...

Participants walk through the silent reflection portion of the 10th annual Out Of The Darkness Walk for Mental Health.

Out of the Darkness Walk raises mental health awareness

Savannah Warner November 15, 2023

Students gathered at Sweeney Field for the 9th annual Out of the Darkness Walk Nov. 12 to raise awareness about mental health. The event was first organized in 2015 to honor a member of the St. Joe’s...

Caitlin Sherman participates in a cirque-style class at Launchpad Fitness Nov. 13

Cirque-style fitness brings exercise to new heights

Savannah Warner November 15, 2023

Working out has never been my thing. No matter what gym or home exercise routine has been advertised to me, I’ve never had an interest. But when I saw that Launchpad Fitness, a gym located in the...

Q & A with Richard Levy

Q & A with Richard Levy

Savannah Warner November 8, 2023

In June, Richard Levy M.Ed. ’20, Ed.D. ’24, was appointed director of clinical experiences and partnerships. The Hawk sat down with Levy to learn more about his new role. Richard Levy M.Ed. ’20,...

Source: Office of Public Safety and Security, Oct. 2, 2023 GRAPHIC: MINDY CHOI ’25/THE HAWK

New app allows students to track shuttles in real-time

Savannah Warner October 4, 2023

Almost three weeks after St. Joe’s launched its new transportation tracking application, TripShot, about 518 users have downloaded the app to check shuttle schedules and see where shuttles and on-demand...

Carly Richardson ’26, Dareen Alfroukh ’28, Dana Job ’28, Christina Matthew ’28 and Alyssa Jacobs ’28 introduce themselves to attendees of the
PCP at Hawk Hill introductory meeting.

PCP unites pharmacy students on Hawk Hill and University City

Savannah Warner September 13, 2023

Leaders of Philadelphia College of Pharmacy (PCP) at Hawk Hill hope their new club will help unify pharmacy students who are now spread across the Hawk Hill and University City campuses. Students in...

Connor Mignano ’23 presents “Myth and Memory: The Lost Cause of Pennsylvania” to Saint Joseph’s history
department in Barbelin Hall, April 12. PHOTO: MADELINE WILLIAMS 26/ THE HAWK

History students present theses research at panel discussion

Savannah Warner April 19, 2023

The history department hosted a student research presentation, “Ideology, Identity, and Memory in American History: A Panel Discussion” April 12 in Bellarmine Hall. Organized by Melissa Chakars,...

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