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Senior Michael Swab to be remembered Sunday

A service memorializing the life of Michael Swab, ’15, will be held Sunday at The Chapel of St. Joseph. The 22-year-old Saint Joseph’s University senior died unexpectedly on Friday, March 6 in Manayunk. Swab was a graduate of Saint Peter's Preparatory School in Jersey City, N.J. 

Letter from the editor

Dear readers,

It has been brought to my attention that the editorial in the March 18th issue, “Mind the bubble,” contained some incorrect information. 

Grinds My Gears: Comfort zones

When we step out of our comfort zones, we face uncertainty; there is always a level of anxiety that comes with new experiences. By opening ourselves up to something that is completely foreign, we put ourselves in a position of vulnerability.

Body Image

Almost anywhere you look, you can find something either directly or indirectly related to body image. We are constantly bombarded with people, ads, signs, and products that urge us to alter the way we look. 

It's All Greek To Him

Glitter, monetary friendships, fake family structures, and countless posed pictures—these are what some people may think of when they hear the word sorority at Saint Joseph’s University.

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Success on the Schuylkill

This past weekend the Saint Joseph’s University men’s rowing team opened up their season at the Jesuit Invitational, where they picked up two wins.  The originally scheduled participants were Loyola Maryland, Boston College, and Fairfield, but as a result of  poor river conditions, Boston College and Fairfield withdrew from the meet due to a lack of preparation.