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The Student News Site of St. Joseph's University

The Hawk News

The Student News Site of St. Joseph's University

The Hawk News

Louie Collins ’25 is living in gender-inclusive housing for a third year in a row at St. Joe’s. PHOTO: ALLIE MILLER ’24/THE HAWK

Gender-inclusive housing affirms ‘wholeness of each person’s identity,’ but trans students say it falls short

Allie Miller, Editor-in-Chief May 1, 2024

In the five years since St. Joe’s began offering gender-inclusive housing, interest has steadily increased. For some students, however, the option has often fallen short of their needs. Louie Collins...

Hannah Pajtis ’26 poses with cherry blossom trees at the 2024 Subaru Cherry Blossom Festival in West
Fairmount Park, April 13. PHOTOS: OLIVIA FISHER ’26

A love letter to my younger self

Hannah Pajtis, News Editor May 1, 2024

As a mixed race woman of Korean descent, I’ve often felt like I’ve been viewed as different in my predominantly white hometown of York, Pennsylvania. I rarely saw Korean culture, let alone Asian...

Parker Hayden ’25 poses at the Radio 1851 record studio in Simpson Hall, April 24. PHOTO: MADELINE WILLIAMS ’26/THE HAWK

Students resurrect St. Joe’s record label

Vincent Kornacki, News Editor May 1, 2024

After being dormant since 2019, St. Joe’s record label, 1851 Records, is welcoming new artists from the St. Joe’s community with the goal of publishing an EP by the end of this semester. 1851 Records,...


CineHawk review: ‘Challengers’

Kasheem Jefferson May 1, 2024

“Challengers” is a romantic sports drama directed by Luca Guadagnino starring Zendaya, Josh O’Connor and Mike Faist, with a screenplay by Justin Kuritzkes. “Challengers” follows Tashi, played...

Anne Gutherman ’24 showcases her artwork in the Frances M. Maguire Art Museum. PHOTO: LUKE SANELLI 26/THE HAWK

Student novelist, artist entwines passions in thesis work

Juliet Menz May 1, 2024

Anne Gutherman ’24 is the epitome of ambition. A double major in studio art and English, Gutherman is a prolific storyteller through both her writing and artwork. Gutherman’s series of illustrations,...


Arrivederci! Toodle-loo! Ciao!

Tess Coary, Assistant Features Editor May 1, 2024

As we approach the end of the academic year, it is time to start saying your goodbyes. People all across campus are getting ready to say farewell to far-away friends, favorite professors or graduating...

graphic of an LGBTQIA+ pride flag with text reading Beyond the Binary

‘Where can I be the most safe?’

Allie Miller, Editor-in-Chief April 24, 2024
Navigating support for LGBTQ+ students abroad
Steve Moelter, Ph.D., poses at his desk in his office located in Post Hall PHOTO: MAX KELLY ’24/THE HAWK

Q&A with Steve Moelter

Max Kelly April 24, 2024

Steve Moelter, Ph.D., is an associate professor of psychology and co-director of the Neuroscience Program. Born and raised in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, Moelter started skateboarding at age 12. From then...

Mo Heart, a drag queen from season 10 of RuPaul’s Drag Race, performs her first set of the night at the drag

‘It’s so good to see queerness free’

Liv Bielawski and Sophia Galante April 24, 2024
Annual drag show provides sense of community
graphic of a bunker with the movie title Civil War

CineHawk review: ‘Civil War’

Jaylen Dotson April 24, 2024

An edge-of-your-seat dystopian epic that hits far too close to home, “Civil War” follows a quartet of intrepid photojournalists as they document the harrowing events of a second American Civil War....


Decoder ring

Tess Coary April 24, 2024

Who says the crossword is the only puzzle you get to solve this week? The title of each song on The Hawk’s playlist this week unlocks a letter to spell a secret word. Try to decode this secret word,...

Hawks Abroad

Hawk’s Abroad

Hannah Madeya April 24, 2024

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