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SJ Brew sells high quality fair trade coffee in the P.O.D. PHOTO COURTESY OF CLAIRE FITZGERALD ’21

Cup of Joe at St. Joe’s

Sarah Harwick February 23, 2021

Stemming from a passion for sustainability, students have worked to create SJ Brew, the university’s first student-run initiative to bring ethically procured coffee to campus.  SJ Brew sells fair trade...

Melissa Leonardis ’20 pitbull-lab mix and ESA, Maddy.  PHOTOS: MITCHELL SHIELDS ’22/THE HAWK

Finding comfort in a furry friend

Alex Hargrave March 5, 2019

Emotional Support Animals help students' mental health There is no excitement like a crowd of college students spotting a dog on campus. Animals bring a certain joy to people that is unlike any other;...

Delancey Street Bagels employees assemble orders behind the counter. PHOTOS: MITCHELL SHIELDS ’22/THE HAWK

Bringing bagels to Wynnewood

Maggie McGill February 26, 2019

Delancey Street bagels serves St. Joe’s students In a world of chain bagel shops, Delancey Street Bagels in the Wynnewood Shopping Center has been holding its own for almost 30 years. Before Jan Marc...

Cantave sits in the commuter lounge attached in Simpson Hall. PHOTO: MITCHELL SHIELDS ’22/THE HAWK

Looking for change

Cara Smith February 26, 2019

Jaulie Cantave on her first year at St. Joe’s As part of The Hawk’s coverage of Black History Month, and ongoing coverage of race and diversity on campus, we interviewed  black students about their...

Stephen Maing speaks to a group at Scribe about his experience. PHOTO: ALEX HARGRAVE ’20/THE HAWK

Lessons in storytelling

Alex Hargrave February 19, 2019

Scribe Video Center serves West Philadelphia On the 3900 block of Lancaster Avenue, just under four miles from St. Joe’s campus, sits a storefront bearing the name Scribe Video Center. The 37-year-old...

Gabrielle Beauvais ’21 helps a student in an SI session. PHOTO: DIMETRI WILLIAMS ’19/THE HAWK

Learning after hours

Alex Gonzalez February 12, 2019

SI leaders provide academic support Alex Velazquez ’20 sat in the back of an Economics 101 class last year, taking notes along with the other students in his row. This was Velazquez’ second time taking...

Morris stands in the Office of Inclusion and Diversity where she said she feels most at home on campus. PHOTO: MITCHELL SHIELDS ’22/THE HAWK

Making a home here

Cara Smith February 12, 2019

Milan Morris on her years at St. Joe's As part of The Hawk’s coverage of Black History Month and ongoing coverage of race and diversity on campus, we will interview black students about their experiences...

On the offensive

On the offensive

Drew Rhoades January 30, 2018

Sarah Veilleux leads women's basketball effort Having a player who strikes fear into the other team is a must-have in basketball.  The ideal player is versatile, can attack in multiple ways, and makes...

Putting Black Friday to shame

Nicole Matos November 28, 2016

A holiday celebrating singles is the biggest shopping day of the year It’s a day dedicated to deals and discounts, it takes place every November, people go crazy for it—and it’s not Black Friday. In...

Inked with meaning: Part two

Vivian Milan November 28, 2016

Hawks tell the stories behind their tattoos Victoria DiNaro, ’17 Victoria DiNaro has four tattoos: one on each thigh, one behind her ear, and one on the right side of her rib cage. She got her first...

A taste of Philly

Doris Offerhaus November 15, 2016

An international student’s first cheesesteak experience Hong Kong has dim sum, Paris has croissants, and Amsterdam has stroopwafels. As an international student from Holland, I was not in Philadelphia...

Class clowns

Sam Britt November 15, 2016

Taking a chance on improv comedy Most people think they are funny, even me, the quiet kid who sits in the back of the class. Yet I always wondered what it would take for me to “be funny” on stage,...

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