• Clint Springer stands in front of some trees.

    May All Your Christmases Be Green

    Monday, December 17, 2018

    If you haven't already purchased your Christmas tree, an SJU environmental scientist suggests that it's not too late to look for a sustainable option.
  • Sensory-friendly toys, including a blue pinwheel, a mini-football and a clear bouncy ball, on a brown table. Inclu

    These Are a Few of Our Favorite Sensory-Friendly Things

    Friday, December 14, 2018

    If you have a loved-one with autism on your holiday gift list, check out these suggestions from the expert staff at The Kinney Center for Autism Support and Education.
  • Ambassador McFaul

    Former Ambassador Offers Cautiously Hopeful Picture of Russia-U.S. Relations

    Thursday, December 13, 2018

    Michael McFaul, an ambassador to Russia during the Obama administration, presented a speech on relations between the two superpowers last week as part of the Evelyn S. and Anthony M. ’60 Carfagno Endowed Lecture Series.
  • An illustration of two heads with light bulbs and gears, signifying ideas.

    Mentoring the Mentors: SJU Program Hones Executive Coaching Skills

    Thursday, December 13, 2018

    Active listening, providing useful feedback, and empowering others are skills that all leaders and managers should develop. The Coaching Leader Program (CLP) at Saint Joseph’s University strives to teach just that.
  • Students pet and take pictures with a dwarf goat.

    Stress Relief on Four Legs

    Wednesday, December 12, 2018

    Students visiting the Perch today experienced a unique way to kick Finals Week stress to the curb.

    Anthony, Ivy and Bebito, three Nigerian dwarf goats from the Philly Goat Project, spent the afternoon delighting guests in a sunny corner of the community space.

  • Phil Cunningham and Adam Gregerman sit together at a table.

    Shining a Light on Hanukkah

    Friday, December 7, 2018

    From songs on the radio to decorations in public squares, it can often seem like Christmas is the star of the holiday seasons. But billions of non-Christians are the world spend some time in the last quarter of the year observing a different holiday. For those in the Jewish faith, it’s Hanukkah.

  • A red wristband and headphones.

    SJU Unveils Autism Break Room to Support Sports Fans with Autism

    Sunday, December 2, 2018

    Designed and staffed by the University’s nationally recognized Kinney Center for Autism Education and Support, Saint Joseph’s is among the first in college athletics to offer on-site resource for individuals with autism.
  • This Future Actuary Is Ahead of Schedule

    Tuesday, November 20, 2018

    Kristen Blackman ‘19 moves quickly, and in rare company. Case in point: The Curtis E. Huntington Memorial Scholarship, a selective national merit-based award. In the 12 years of the Saint Joseph’s University actuarial science program’s history, only three students have been awarded it; Blackman is the third.
  • Rugby Team Picture

    Rugby Club Team Wins Twice, Reaches National Championship Game

    Monday, November 19, 2018

    The Saint Joseph’s University men’s rugby team is one step away froma  USA Rugby Collegiate National Championship. 

    It defeated Salisbury University, 53-17, and Wetern Michigan University, 15-10 this weekend, Nov. 17-18, at Mount St. Mary’s College in Emmitsburg, Maryland. The championship game is set for Dec. 2, in Charlotte, N.C.

    The Hawks came into the weekend ranked No. 2 in the nation, the highest ever for the Hawks program.

  • Chronicling 19th Century Europe’s Most Amazing Pen Pals

    Monday, November 19, 2018

    With 46 volumes and more than 11,000 letters collected over nearly 50 years, the Collected Letters of Thomas and Jane Welsh Carlyle is regarded as one of the finest and most comprehensive literary archives of the 19th Century — and the project continues to churn through their massive correspondence.

    Which raises questions: Who are these people? Why all this attention?