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  • SJU Adds Computer Gaming and Animation Program

    Thursday, August 12, 2010

    PHILADELPHIA (August 12, 2010) – For some at Saint Joseph’s University, video games are more than simply entertainment – they are part of a multi-billion dollar industry and an in-demand area of study.

  • Everyday Materials, Unusual Couture

    Wednesday, August 4, 2010

    PHILADELPHIA (August 4, 2010) - This fall, fashion is given a new edge at Saint Joseph’s University’s Gallery, where award-winning sculptor C. Pazia Mannella’s fiber art sculptures will be shown from Aug. 30 to Sept. 23. Entitled “Conviction of Vanity,” the show features sculptures that can be worn on the body, mimicking high-end fashion and costuming. An artist’s reception will be held Thursday, Sept. 9, from 6 – 8 p.m.

  • A Withering Challenge: Scholar Studies Leaf Scorch

    Wednesday, August 4, 2010

    PHILADELPHIA (August 4, 2010) – With more than a month until the official start of fall, some leaves are already withering on the campus of Saint Joseph’s University. But it’s not the unusually intense summer heat that is shriveling the campus’s green foliage. It is the plant bacteria Xylella fastidiosa (Xf), which causes the disease known as leaf scorch.

  • Summer Scholar Studies Leaf Scorch

    Wednesday, August 4, 2010

    PHILADELPHIA (August 4, 2010) – With more than a month until the official start of fall, some leaves are already withering on the campus of Saint Joseph’s University. But it’s not the unusually intense summer heat that is shriveling the campus’s green foliage. It is the plant bacteria Xylella fastidiosa (Xf), which causes the disease known as leaf scorch.

  • Photo Gallery: Class of 2014 Orientation

    Thursday, July 29, 2010 Gallery

    <p>From July 14-21, more than a thousand new Hawks came to campus for an introduction to SJU&#39;s academic, spiritual and social life. Four two-day sessions led by the &quot;red shirts,&quot; a group of dedicated upperclassmen, welcomed the Class of 2014 to Hawk Hill. Click on the image below to launch a gallery of the best photos from Orientation.</p>
  • Students Explore Medical Hot Topics

    Thursday, July 29, 2010

    PHILADELPHIA - (July 29, 2010) – Joseph Harrison and Matthew Fadus, two Saint Joseph’s University Summer Scholars, are exploring how innovations in health care – telemedicine and concierge medical care – are affecting health care consumers. Both students are engaging in hands on research with medical and legal professionals, and both studies will be submitted for publication when complete.

  • Students Explore Medical Hot Topics

    Thursday, July 29, 2010

    PHILADELPHIA - (July 29, 2010) – Joseph Harrison and Matthew Fadus, two Saint Joseph’s University Summer Scholars, are exploring how innovations in health care – telemedicine and concierge medical care – are affecting health care consumers. Both students are engaging in hands on research with medical and legal professionals, and both studies will be submitted for publication when complete.

  • Local Cancer Survivor Bikes Cross-Country

    Thursday, July 22, 2010 Video

    PHILADELPHIA (July 22, 2010) - In four weeks, 23-year-old cancer survivor Phil Bayliss will complete an improbable 4,300-mile bike tour across the U.S. which began in San Diego and will end August 21, in Sea Isle City, N.J.  Bayliss, who is riding alongside his best friend, Jon Triantafyllou, is expected to raise $30,000 for cancer research.

  • Students Encounter Eco-Culture Along the Cynwyd Heritage Trail

    Monday, July 19, 2010

    PHILADELPHIA (July 19, 2010) - The names of the plants are whimsical, evoking ancient mythology and folklore: Venus’ looking glass, enchanter’s nightshade, Asian dayflower, Dianthus armeria. Growing alongside the dainty wildflowers are pernicious invasive species: mile-a-minute weed, porcelainberry, Japanese knotweed, common mullein.

  • Students Encounter Eco-Culture in Bala Cynwyd

    Monday, July 19, 2010

    PHILADELPHIA (July 19, 2010) - The names of the plants are whimsical, evoking ancient mythology and folklore: Venus’ looking glass, enchanter’s nightshade, Asian dayflower, Dianthus armeria. Growing alongside the dainty wildflowers are pernicious invasive species: mile-a-minute weed, porcelainberry, Japanese knotweed, common mullein.

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