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Hannah Madeya posing at her kitchen counter with with ingredients she used as part of her attempt to try three-ingredient meals for a week

Finding the limit in cooking

Hannah Madeya April 17, 2024

Most children ask for a new bike, toys, a coloring book or, now, the latest iPhone for their 10th birthday. Not me. I asked my parents to buy me five mystery ingredients and set up a two-hour timer so...

3 close up graphics of a hand painting with a paintbrush, sketching with pen, and forming clay into a bowl

Best art mediums for college students

Izzy Imran April 10, 2024
Based on pricing, messiness and space
graphic of street sign reading carters corner

How to prevent procrastination

Carter Karpinski March 27, 2024
A satire on the best methods for getting work done
Beth Donnelly ’24 testing her “Jeopardy!” genius skills.

How to be a ‘Jeopardy!’ genius

Beth Donnelly March 27, 2024
High IQ not required
Photo of Kiera Donohue using a pay phone to symbolize only communicating with phone calls for a week

Experimenting a different calling

Kiera Donohue March 27, 2024

I have always admired how often my parents give each other a phone call just to check in and update each other about their days.  When I asked my mother why she doesn’t text instead, she responded,...

graphic of street sign reading carters corner

How to deal with stress

Carter Karpinski March 20, 2024
A (mostly) satire on stress-relieving tactics 
A mix of posters on the wall of Hannah Pajtis ’26 apartment.

Save money with style 

Hannah Pajtis March 20, 2024
Four budget-friendly tips on decorating your dream apartment

Black History Month book recommendations

Luke Sanelli February 14, 2024

In 1926, scholar Carter G. Woodson, the father of Black History, and his fraternity brothers established the first Negro History Week in February. They chose February because Black communities had already...


Lying to first-years: A time-honored tradition

Carter Karpinski February 14, 2024
A satire on universal lies at Hawk Hill
From left, Student Senate President Alec Mettin ’24 swears in Luke Consalvo ’25 and Anthony Molitor ’27 as
at-large senators in the President’s Lounge, Feb. 12. PHOTO: KALEIGH CADOGAN ’24

University Student Senate swears in new senators

Caroline Brauckmann February 14, 2024

Two new officers were installed at the Feb. 12 meeting of the University Student Senate to fill three vacant positions. The health center chair position was filled by Luke Consalvo ’25 and the athletics...

Editorial: A call for ongoing dialogue (Feb. 14th)

The Hawk Staff February 14, 2024

Feb. 13 marked St. Joe’s fourth annual Day of Dialogue, an event dedicated to engaging in crucial and constructive conversation surrounding diversity, equity and inclusion. Day of Dialogue emphasizes...


Permission to go watch a movie: The importance of film

Jimmy Janco February 14, 2024

Ever since I was young, my absolute favorite activity was going to the movies. I typically had my preferences for what to watch, but I truthfully never really cared. All that mattered to me was that I...

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