The Student News Site of St. Joseph's University

The Hawk News

The Student News Site of St. Joseph's University

The Hawk News

The Student News Site of St. Joseph's University

The Hawk News


A grateful change

Elise Welsh February 2, 2022

How the Winter Immersion Program broke my heart and put it back together again Gracias a Dios, thanks be to God. This phrase was repeated in almost every conversation I had with those I encountered...

Junior guard Dahmir Bishop goes for a layup. Bishop finished the contest with five points. PHOTOS: MITCHELL SHIELDS 22/THE HAWK

Dancing with the Devils: St. Joe’s vs. USciences

Mitchell Shields November 9, 2021

On Nov. 4, St. Joe’s and the University of the Sciences squared off on the hardwood at Hagan Arena. The Hawks defeated the Devils in the exhibition contest 83-54.

Cindy Griffin started coaching for St. Joe’s three years before Kaylie was born. PHOTO COURTESY OF THE GRIFFIN FAMILY

Hawk hill family ties

Nicholas Klingman November 9, 2021

Like the start of any new season, there comes an adjustment period for the incoming first-years. Whether it’s balancing classes along with practices and workouts, bonding with teammates or getting familiar...

Cloud transferred to St. Joe’s after spending one year at the University of Maryland. PHOTO COURTESY OF SIDELINE PHOTOS

The all-2010s St. Joe’s women’s basketball team

Matt Dunne November 9, 2021

Crafting a starting five of standout players from the last decade ​​As the St. Joe’s womens’ basketball team enters the 2021-22 season, I wanted to take a look back at the past decade and the players...

Toby Tales: First-Gen

Toby Tales: First-Gen

Vivian Eng November 9, 2021

  First-generation college students (also known as “first-gen students”) are students whose parents did not complete a 4-year college degree. In honor of First-Generation Student...


Registration Advice from The Hawk Staff

The Hawk Staff November 2, 2021


Woods played basketball at St. Joes from 1997 to 2001. PHOTO: KELLY SHANNON ’24/THE HAWK

Erick Woods returns to Hawk Hill as administrator

Aaron Tully September 14, 2021

Erick Woods ’01 returned to Hawk Hill as the director of Student-Athlete Development this year, now 20 years after he finished playing his final basketball game for the Hawks back in 2001.  In the...

Bodensteiner poses with the Hawk mascot (Photo by Luke Malanga 20).

Welcoming Jill Bodensteiner to Hawk Hill

Alex Hargrave March 26, 2018

St. Joe’s announces new athletic director It has been 30 years since the university has had to search for a new athletic director. The search came to an end last week when the university announced Jill...

New school in discussion

Alex Mark February 6, 2018

Proposal for school of education and health professional studies University president Mark C. Reed, Ph.D., made a presentation to the Faculty Senate on Jan. 24 about creating a new school for education...

Arboretum of the Barnes Foundation (Photo by Franki Rudnesky 18).

Barnes Foundation partnership

Charley Rekstis November 7, 2017

The Barnes Foundation filed a petition to the Philadelphia Orphans’ Court on Nov. 3 requesting court approval to create an educational affiliation with St. Joe’s. The mission of the Barnes Foundation...

Imbalance in financial aid for St. Joe’s students

Imbalance in financial aid for St. Joe’s students

Alex Karpinski November 7, 2017

Economic disparity in tuition costs Based on data regarding the income of St. Joe’s student’s families, it has become clear the university has much to do in improving socio-economic diversity...

Saint Josephs University Magazine cover depicts a diverse student body (Photo by Luke Malanga 20).

Diversity Issues on Hawk Hill

Marissa Purnell November 7, 2017

Misconstrued diversity depicted at St. Joe's The front cover of the summer 2017 issue of the Saint Joseph’s University Magazine features a photo of nine recent university graduates. Based on...

Load More Stories
Donate to The Hawk News