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Rethinking how we are taught

John Scari '16, Hawk Staff
April 29, 2014

“Do you have the answer?” I asked the kid sitting next to me. “No,” he replied, “but give me a second and I’ll Google it.” Two minutes later, we both had the correct answer to the question we were asked. How many people can relate to the situation above? My gut says more than the current... Read more »

Finding your passion

Joseph Cerrone '14, Opinions Editor
April 15, 2014

At times, college can seem like four long years filled with countless classes, exams, presentations, and research papers. As the semesters go by and the workload ebbs and flows, it is easy to become entrapped in a seemingly never-ending cycle. But once in a while it is important to take a step back from... Read more »

Leaders in Catholic Education Honored at SJU

Casey McBride '16, Special to The Hawk
February 8, 2013

On Jan. 30, 2013, Saint Joseph’s University’s Center for Catholic and Urban Education celebrated Catholic Schools Week by hosting a lecture and awards ceremony to honor two women who have made a great impact on Catholic education systems in surrounding urban areas: Sister Ellen T. Convey, I.H.M.... Read more »

News Briefs


Joseph Cerrone '14, Managing Editor
November 6, 2012

Pakistan: Girls continue to fight for education In the wake of the attack on Malala Yousufzai, a Pakistani girl who was targeted for attending school, the Pakistani Taliban has announced its continued effort to prevent girls from receiving an education. In addition to intimidation tactics aimed against... Read more »

University proposes faculty benefits cut as part of financial planning


Luigi Condina '12, Editors Emeritus
February 3, 2012

An increased focus on the university’s financial planning process will bring about new internal structural changes during fiscal year 2013. Economic hardship, the financial demands of the adopted academic strategic plan, and campus construction projects, among other factors, will challenge the administration... Read more »