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Kathryn Brutzman ’24 using her new contactless tap ID card at Lannon Hall on Sept. 5.

St. Joe’s begins distributing contactless ID cards

Lily Steele September 8, 2021

St. Joe’s began distributing new contactless, electronic access ID cards to all faculty, staff, students, guests and contractors at the start of the fall 2021 semester. Currently, contactless readers...

The commencement ceremonies for the class of 2020 are set to take place on the weekend of Oct. 2-4.

St. Joe’s announces dates for fall commencement ceremony and events

Eddie Daou May 6, 2020

In a university announcement sent to the St. Joe’s class of 2020 on May 6, University President Mark C. Reed, Ed.D., announced that the university is planning to conduct commencement ceremonies and events...

St. Joes plans to start classes as planned on Aug. 24. PHOTO: MITCHELL SHIELDS 22/THE HAWK

St. Joe’s announces Fall Semester Planning

Jackie Collins and Eddie Daou April 30, 2020

St. Joe’s is working towards an on-ground start for classes on Aug. 24, barring any restrictions that prevent St. Joe’s from doing so, according to a university announcement from University President...

The Cardinal Foley Center on the Lower Merion side of St. Joes campus. PHOTO: LUKE MALANGA 20/THE HAWK

Montgomery County non-essential facilities to close, City of Philadelphia bans large-scale events

Alex Hargrave March 12, 2020

Non-essential personnel, including all professors, are expected to telecommute, University President Mark Reed, Ed.D, announced in an email to the university community on the evening of March 12. Earlier...


CDO search continues

Alex Hargrave December 10, 2019

Three finalists in the search for an associate provost of diversity, equity and inclusion visited campus from Dec. 2 to Dec. 6. Each candidate met with members of the search advisory committee (SAC) and...

This season will be the first since 1985 without Martelli on the sideline.
PHOTO COURTESY OF: Elizabeth Jefferies

Martelli adjusts to life in Michigan without family

Nick Karpinski September 24, 2019

Phil Martelli is living alone for the first time in his life. Martelli’s new condo is a 15 minute drive from the Crisler Center, the site of the basketball arena at the University of Michigan, where...

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