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Remembering Kristin Mitchell

09/12/2007

Friends and family host a 5K run/walk to raise domestic violence awareness

What: Kristin's Krusade - a 5K Run/Walk for Domestic Violence Awareness


John Paul II and The Jews

09/11/2007

PHILADELPHIA (September 11, 2007)—Saint Joseph’s University will host a landmark exhibit chronicling the late Pope John Paul II’s life and legacy of improving dialogue between Catholics and Jews. “A Blessing to One Another: Pope John Paul II and the Jewish People,” will be at The Kimmel Center from October 18 through December 23, free of admission. The exhibit comes to Philadelphia after stops in Cincinnati, Washington, D.C., Pittsburgh, Chicago, and New York.


Noted Author-Commentator to Launch Diversity Lecture Series

09/06/2007

Dr. Julianne Malveaux will open the award-winning series for the Office of Multicultural Life


Professor Embarks on 60-mile Journey

09/03/2007

To fight breast cancer and teach her girls about social responsibility PHILADELPHIA (September 3, 2007) — Unless you count spectating during her daughter’s track and field meets, Virginia (Ginny) Miori, Ph.D., has never participated in an official race. Philadelphia’s Breast Cancer 3-Day on October 5-7 will be this Saint Joseph’s University professor and mother of two daughter’s first.


What Can a Souvenir Tee Teach You?

07/04/2007

"Travels of a T-Shirt in the Global Economy" author will talk to SJU students


From Hawk Hill to the Ivy League, Chemical Biology Grad Heads to Yale

05/09/2012

<p>&ldquo;I read while I walk, I take pride in wearing a lab coat, and my glasses are held together by paperclips,&rdquo; says Stephen Capuzzi &rsquo;12 of Marple, Pa., a self-proclaimed &ldquo;nerd,&rdquo; whose thirst for knowledge and commitment to helping others have fueled his love of the sciences.</p>


Twin Sisters, Dual Passion: Where Family Business Meets Beach

05/09/2012

<p>To U.S. citizens, the idea of starting a family business, setting your own hours and working for yourself is a slice of the American dream. For twins Arrial and Gaelan Finnerty &rsquo;12, that dream is a reality. For many, being an entrepreneur is a full-time job. For others, being a full-time student is a full-time job.


A New Voice at the New School: Baritone Vocalist Aims for Opera Career

05/09/2012

<p>Asked to name his favorite opera, senior classics major Jonathan Mortensen &rsquo;12 at first shakes his head, daunted by the magnitude of the question. But then he settles.</p> <p>&ldquo;It has to be Otello,&rdquo; he says, referring to Giuseppe Verdi&rsquo;s four-act work based on Shakespeare&rsquo;s Othello. &ldquo;Specifically the character Iago. It&rsquo;s the best bass role.&rdquo;</p>


Learning in Common(s): New Post Learning Commons Opens

03/09/2012

<p>With its soaring, floor-to-ceiling windows offering spectacular views of campus, expanded and varied study spaces, plush lounge furnishings, a first floor café (complete with plasma TVs broadcasting worldwide satellite news channels) and enhanced electronic resources, the John and Maryanne Post Learning Commons at Drexel Library is certain to become a hub for students seeking space for both studying and study breaks.


Conference to Address Issues Affecting Women of Color

03/12/2012

<p>In collaboration with the Office of Institutional Diversity, SJU Women of Color Planning Committee and the women of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc; Omega Omega Chapter, Saint Joseph&rsquo;s will host a conference to address issues impacting women of color in the community. The conference, which will feature speakers from various cultural and professional backgrounds, will be held on Saturday, March 17, beginning at 9 a.m.


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