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Nour Riad, Guest Columnist June 1, 2024

The “antisemitic” label for Arabs is linguistically inaccurate, as the term “semitism” originates from Shem, the ancestor of both Arabs and Israelites through Prophet Abraham. Challenging common...


The Jersey Shore is eroding faster under climate change

Nick Sanders, Columnist May 1, 2024

One of the most common places for Philadelphians to vacation is the Jersey Shore, where beachgoers can bask in the sun’s rays or cool off in the waves. In 2023, the Jersey Shore reportedly drew a crowd...

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Tips to be a good employee and maximize your paycheck

Carter Karpinski, Columnist May 1, 2024

As the self-proclaimed “world’s best employee” that I am (I even made myself a mug that says that), I thought I would generously offer some tips so everyone else can attempt to compete with me. I...

Editorial: Commending emergency preparedness training (May 1)

The Hawk Staff May 1, 2024

On April 23, an hour-long emergency incident training was held in the Forum Theatre by the Office of Public Safety & Security. Detective Joseph Rovnan, a veteran of the Philadelphia Police Department...

Hawks on Hawk Hill? Not quite!

Eddie Dolan May 1, 2024

For possibly the first time in 10 years, a pair of raptors (but not hawks!) seem to be setting up a home on Hawk Hill. High up on the bell tower at Barbelin Hall, two peregrine falcons, which I have affectionately...

Why City of Grants Pass, Oregon v. Johnson concerns all of us

Mary Pucci, Guest Columnist May 1, 2024

We as Americans often pay little attention to the workings of the United States Supreme Court. However, it is time to tune in. The Supreme Court will soon be hearing the City of Grants Pass, Oregon v....

Letter to the Editor

Isra Yazicioglu May 1, 2024

Letter to the Editor: It was astonishing to read many factual errors in the two guest columns last month. Here are several corrections. Gaza Health Ministry’s data has been scientifically confirmed....

Ad Hawk: Improving Cognition

Ad Hawk: Improving Cognition

Margie Roos, Guest Columnist May 1, 2024

What’s your Wordle score? Have you completed today’s crossword, the Sudoku puzzle, Words with Friends or your newest jigsaw puzzle? If you are like many members of my family, this is the daily conversation....

A call to ban promotion of exploitative advertising jobs

Joshua Philip May 1, 2024

Nearly every stairwell in Mandeville Hall has at least one job posting for a company named “Vector Marketing,” complete with a scannable QR code and tearaway slips. Vector Marketing is a subset of...

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Period poverty is a serious problem

Tayla Evans April 24, 2024
Combatting unhealthy stigmas and economic strain
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Arizona’s reinstated 1864 abortion ban is inherently un-American

Caroline Trimble April 24, 2024
Disrupting the balance between interests
Class of 2024: Getting ready to set the world on fire

Class of 2024: Getting ready to set the world on fire

Trish Shafer and Lisa Hansinger April 24, 2024

Seniors, as you prepare to launch into the next phase of your life, know that you are ready. You were admitted to St. Joe’s, completed your degree and accumulated experiences along the way, preparing...

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