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Dear Pope Francis

Dear Pope Francis

Zach Dobinson March 23, 2021

In response to the Vatican’s declaration on same sex unions Dear Pope Francis, I had such high hopes for you and, like so many other Catholics, you let me down, you let my community down and you let...

Professors find their way through ‘Zoom University’

Professors find their way through ‘Zoom University’

Zach Dobinson April 26, 2020

At an economics department meeting on March 5, Nancy Fox, Ph.D., associate professor of economics, recalled being asked to create a plan should the university choose to transition to a virtual format for...

James O’Sullivan, Ph.D., focuses his research and teaching on social justice, economic justice and human rights. PHOTO: CHRIS KLINE ’23/THE HAWK

Agape Latte provides forum for Jesuit mission

Zach Dobinson February 27, 2020

James O’Sullivan, Ph.D., assistant professor of theology and religious studies, addressed an audience of St. Joe’s community members in the Forum Theatre lobby through a story of discernment in the...

“Steel Magnolias”cast rehearses in the Bluett Theater on Feb. 17. PHOTO: MITCHELL SHIELDS ’22

SJU Theatre Company preps for “Steel Magnolias”

Zach Dobinson February 19, 2020

Spring has sprung early this year, as the SJU Theatre Company's production of “Steel Magnolias” opens on Feb. 20 in the Bluett Theater. The story of six women whose lives are all intertwined by...

Paint by track number

Zach Dobinson February 11, 2020

During the winter season, people spend a lot of time inside. It’s cold, classes give too much homework and The Bachelor season is in full effect, so who has the time to go outside? Music has the ability...

Astrological insight in the palm of your hand

Zach Dobinson February 11, 2020

Every morning, John Aydin ’20 wakes up to a message on his phone that reads, “Your day at a glance.” These “hyper personalized” messages are meant to give Aydin, who has a Scorpio sun and moon...

Dylan Judge ’20 chose an acoustic vibe for his first EP. PHOTO: Mitchell Shields ’22

St. Joe’s senior debuts self-made EP, “Songs to Sleep to”

Zach Dobinson January 28, 2020

While listening to “Songs to Sleep to,” a new EP by Dylan Judge ’20, who creates music under the name Isaac Bay, one might find themselves drifting off. And that’s exactly what Judge said he wants,...

Members of the St. Joe’s field hockey team took part in OEC’s school beautification projects. PHOTOS: ZACH DOBINSON ’22/THE HAWK

St. Joe’s community members serve for MLK Day

Zach Dobinson January 21, 2020

Like many schools across the nation, the Overbrook Educational Center (OEC) was off from school for Martin Luther King Jr. (MLK) Day on Jan. 20. However, those passing by wouldn’t have thought so given...

GRAPHIC: Kaitlyn Patterson ’22

The 2010s track by track

Zach Dobinson December 10, 2019

The 2010s produced an era of music that played a role in the lives of many St. Joe’s students. The current student body grew up largely during this decade. Not only are our tastes in music reflections...

GRAPHIC: Kaitlyn Patterson 20

It’s the finals countdown

Zach Dobinson December 3, 2019

With the holiday season in full swing, many will argue that it is the most wonderful time of the year. If you ask a college student, we are quickly approaching the worst time of the semester: finals. The...

Attendees express why they choose to participate in the Out of the Darkness walk. PHOTOS: LESLIE QUAN ’22/THE HAWK

Out Of The Darkness aims to spread light

Zach Dobinson November 12, 2019

Community members gather to talk about mental health The St. Joe’s community was asked a simple question on Nov. 10: how are you doing? With the light pouring from the lamp posts on Sweeney Field,...

Christian Peeney ’22, music director of 54th and City, performs during his group’s performance of Stacys Mom originally by Fountains of Wayne. PHOTOS: ZACH DOBINSON 22/THE HAWK

A cappella invitational takes over Bluett Theatre

Zach Dobinson November 12, 2019

St. Joes a cappella groups collaborate at fall concert Harmonies and high notes poured out of Bluett Theatre as St. Joe’s a cappella groups hosted their annual fall invitational on Nov. 9. Nine groups...

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