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Summer sustainability program prompts building closures

Hannah Pajtis and Max Kelly May 1, 2024

Thirty-six buildings across the Hawk Hill and University City campuses will be closed July 2024 as part of a Summer Sustainability PILOT Program, according to a list sent in an email to faculty from Human...

graphic of street sign reading carters corner

8 a.m. classes: A survival guide

Carter Karpinski April 10, 2024
A satire on how to thrive bright and early
graphic of the tripshot application logo over various buildings at the St Joes University City Campus

UCity on-demand ride request feature remains unused

Hannah Pajtis April 10, 2024

An on-demand ride request feature that launched March 1 within St. Joe’s transportation application, TripShot, has, so far, had no users, with students finding the feature to be buggy and confusing. Since...

Graphic illustration of sophomore housing options in campus: Moore Hall, Merion Gardens, Lannon and Rashford Hall, Ashwood Hall and the Morris Quad Townhouses

Limited on-campus housing availability stresses rising sophomores

Vincent Kornacki April 10, 2024

Confusion erupted among the Class of 2027 after the Office of Residence Life sent an email March 21 claiming that “at this time, it is very likely that there will not be enough current housing spaces...

illustration of a grey backpack

Campus thefts spark stress among students

Ally Engelbert February 28, 2024

A serial thief has allegedly stolen multiple backpacks across the Hawk Hill campus since the beginning of the semester. There have been nine reported on-campus thefts since the semester officially...

The first-year experience: Uniquely yours

Mckenna Graham February 28, 2024
Getting comfortable with being uncomfortable
Mark Maher ’08 and Clare Yeatman ’26 rehearse for “A Doll’s House Part 2,” Feb. 19.

Spring play houses deep conversations

Vincent Kornacki February 21, 2024

The SJU Theatre Company will perform “A Doll’s House, Part 2,” Feb. 21-25 in the Bluett Theatre. Written by Lucas Hnath, the play, which premiered on Broadway in 2017, is a sequel to Henrik Ibsen’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...

The issues with shuttles for students

Jason Vo February 21, 2024
A perpetual state of uncertainty
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