Entering the virtual world

This semester will see an end to the familiar paper system of course evaluations as St. Joe’s students will now complete all evaluations online.

Intern life

This semester, I left Hawk Hill to participate in The Washington Center program in Washington D.C. 

So far I am in love with the city!

However, I have encountered one challenge that almost all of my peers down here face: money. Most internships in any city are unpaid

Defunding Planned Parenthood

You may have heard a great deal about Planned Parenthood in recent days. It’s been a mainstay of conversation for Republican and Democratic presidential nominees. Not surprisingly, the parties are divided in their views of this organization.

Dorm Room Recipes

As the semester progresses, college students may find their schedules becoming more and more crammed. Between studying, classes, extra-curricular activities, a social life, and sleep, it can be hard to find the time to fit in a nutritious meal.

The Wheel Deal

At first, Carson may seem like she’s joking, but she’s not at all. Carson rode from Charleston, South Carolina to Santa Cruz, California with Bike and Build, a nonprofit organization that raises funds and awareness for affordable housing nationwide.

Defeat on the homefront

The Saint Joseph’s University women's soccer team (6-5-0 overall, 0-2-0 A-10) was back in action last Sunday, playing an Atlantic 10 conference game against the Fordham University Rams (8-3-0 overall, 2-0-0 A-10).

Adventure Time

A group of Saint Joseph’s University Hawks are planning to hike Hawk Mountain.

The group is the Adventure Club, a club sport which encourages students to explore the outdoors in many different ways

All hands on deck

The Saint Joseph’s University’s men’s basketball team held their first official practice this past Saturday.