Editorial: Revised sexual assault policy supports survivors

College campuses, as we were all taught at orientation, are dangerous places for sexual assault.  Schools often mishandle cases of sexual violence, and as a result, survivors are left to fend for themselves.  Saint Joseph’s University, however, has recently revised its sexual misconduct policy, and as a result, the rights of the survivors are becoming a priority. 

Ghosts, goblins, and ‘Goosebumps’

Looking for a nostalgia-filled pseudo horror movie this fall season? If so, the new “Goosebumps” film starring Jack Black as R.L. Stine may just tickle your fancy. Without giving away any “twists,” as Stine would say, here are five things you can expect from the revived childhood classic.

‘Fall’ in love with your city

Thanksgiving is right around the corner—and we are completely in a lag, anxiously awaiting our finals. Sometimes all we really need is to go home and recharge; however, have you thought about what you could be missing in beautiful Philly? Here are just ten of the coolest things our city has to offer:

Overcome stress eating

Amongst the various challenges of being a college student—living away from home, studying, and staying involved outside of the classroom—obligations and stressors can pile up quickly.

Looking forward

By now, everyone in the Saint Joseph’s University community knows that the women’s basketball team lost their season opener, 78-65.

High expectations

With rackets in hand and a strong pre-season under their belt, the Saint Joseph’s University men’s tennis team is ready for their upcoming season and this year is expected to be one of their best.