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What’s happening in Philly this week?

Tess Coary September 13, 2023

What’s Happening in Philadelphia: Trying to find something to do this week? From concerts to comedy shows to sport games, check out what’s happening in Philadelphia the week of Sept. 13-19. Eddie...

Members of the class of 2020, faculty, staff and administrators mingle at the Appreciation Reception in Campion Student Center.

Class of 2020 returns to Hawk Hill

Nick Hughes October 19, 2021

At least 300 alumni from the St. Joe’s class of 2020 returned to Hawk Hill on Oct. 16 for the commencement they could not have in 2020 because of the global pandemic.  The university hosted a Class...

The SJU Naturals Club’s “natural marketplace” pop-up outside Campion Student Center on Sept. 24.

SJU Naturals hosts pop-up shop for campus community

Niyada Birch September 28, 2021

The SJU Naturals club hosted a “natural marketplace” pop-up outside Campion Student Center on Sept. 24, featuring seven small businesses selling a variety of products for skin, hair and wellbeing. Jala...

Martelli, on the right side of the screen, answer a student’s question over zoom after his speech. PHOTOS: MITCHELL SHIELDS ’22/THE HAWK

Martelli speaks at event for community youth

Tyler Nice September 21, 2021

On Sept. 18, Siloam Wellness Center, a non-profit institution that promotes mental, physical and spiritual well-being for people living with HIV/AIDS in the Philadelphia area, presented an event titled...

Jack’s Pumpkin Glow lights up Fairmount Park with more than 5,000 custom carvings. PHOTO: Alex Hargrave ’20

Festive events for the fall holiday season

Zach Dobinson October 29, 2019

The end of October signifies a few things: fall is in full effect, midterms are (hopefully) over, and the spookiest day of the year is quickly approaching. With Thursday being All Hallow’s Eve, more...

Condoleezza Rice, Ph.D., spoke to a sold out crowd on Sept. 11. PHOTO: Mitchell Shields 22

Condoleezza Rice visits campus on 9/11

Cara Smith September 12, 2019

Condoleezza Rice, Ph.D., former U.S. secretary of state, discussed international and domestic policy during a moderated discussion in Michael J. Hagan ’85 Arena on Sept.11. Philip Zelikow, former executive...

Four years in review

Four years in review

Brittany Swift May 17, 2019

Moments that defined the class of 2019's time at St. Joe's While everyone always asks how we have changed and grown over our time at St. Joe’s these past few years, the environment around us has also...

The Glow festival spreads throughout Fairmount Park (Photo by Emily Graham ’20).

Countdown to Halloween

Emily Graham October 23, 2018

Ways to celebrate the spooky season With Halloween a week away, time to partake in seasonal activities is fleeting. However, there are still plenty of festivities coming up in anticipation of the holiday....

The SJU Pride lounge in the OID is open to all looking to celebrate Unity Month (Photo by Rose Barrett 20).

Celebrating Unity Month

Annie Clark October 2, 2018

Recognizing the LGBTQ community on campus Unity Month, a time dedicated to inclusivity and support of the LGBTQ community, will be celebrated at St. Joe’s throughout October. October has been recognized...

Philadelphians enjoy the weather at a dog park in the city (Photo by Alex Hargrave ’20).

Spring in the city

Amber Denham April 24, 2018

Can't-miss events in Philadelphia. As the semester comes to an end and spring weather is finally starting to show around the city, it’s the perfect time to take advantage of all that Philadelphia has...

Logan Circle is a popular spring location in the city (Photo by Jarrett Hurms ’18).

Explore Philadelphia this spring

Annie Clark March 27, 2018

Five things to do from March to June. From Old City to Fairmount Park, Philadelphia is home to a wealth of activities. Here are just a few happening this spring: Fringe Arts, a local theater organization,...

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