• DiJulia, dressed in a suit, stands on the turf of Sweeney Field.

    DiJulia Reflects on the First Year of His Second Act

    Monday, June 24, 2019

    After spending 50 years in the same industry, including more than three decades in a singular job, it would be perfectly reasonable to expect someone to grab a stack of books, move to a tropical climate, and enjoy some well-earned rest.

    But retirement doesn’t suit Don DiJulia ’67.

  • Green leaves of baby spinach.

    How the Local Food Movement Is Changing the Way We Shop

    Thursday, June 20, 2019

    Grocery shopping seems pretty simple: You drive to the local supermarket, walk the aisles, pick items from your list and head for the checkout. But, over the past few years, consumers have shifted their focus from convenience to sustainability, preferring locally-grown food more and more over familiar national brands.

  • Five Things You Should Know About SJU’s New M.S. in Cybersecurity Program

    Tuesday, June 18, 2019

    In May 2019, Saint Joseph’s University announced the launch of a new, fully-online master’s program in cybersecurity beginning in the Fall 2019 semester. As one of the fastest growing technology industries, training in cybersecurity provides students with the opportunity to understand the most recent information technologies to prevent cyber-attacks. 


  • A sample of Svalbonas' work. A print of a building, out of which several letters are cut.

    The Art of 'Displacement' – An Inside Look at One Artist’s Take on Her Family History

    Thursday, June 13, 2019

    For Krista Svalbonas, assistant professor of art, “Displacement” is more than just the name of her most recent art exhibit. It’s a crucial part of her family history.
  • A headshot of Bronson

    Through Cancer, Injury and Life, Graduate Persisted

    Tuesday, June 11, 2019

    After 27 years, two battles with blood cancer, two knee replacements, three colleges, six children, and two jobs, Curtis Bronson is finally a college graduate.
  • An aerial view of campus.

    Roundup: Summer on Hawk Hill

    Monday, May 20, 2019

    Throughout the summer, Saint Joseph’s University’s campus remains a vibrant hub for a wide variety of events, programs and activities for young learners and community members.
  • Maria Reyna, wearing a black top, leans against a white wall.

    Argentinian Graduate Prepared for World of Possibilities

    Monday, May 20, 2019

    The road to success doesn’t often come in the form of a mapped-out route. Fortunately for Maria Reyna, she doesn’t mind making her own path.

    Reyna was born in Villa Mercedes, a city in central Argentina. She attended a private Christian secondary school there, where she was an excellent student. But when the time came to think about college, she felt like she wanted something more.

  • Research from Saint Joseph’s University Suggests Salons as Potential Locations to Combat Domestic Violence in Immigrant Communities

    Monday, May 20, 2019

    PHILADELPHIA (May 20, 2019) – Victims of intimate partner violence in immigrant populations are particularly vulnerable because of language barriers, legal status and sometimes cultural customs such as privacy.

  • Graduates process to the commencement ceremonies.

    Saint Joseph's Celebrates the Class of 2019

    Saturday, May 18, 2019 Video

    More than 2,500 graduates received bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees today at Saint Joseph’s University’s annual commencement exercises. Throughout the day, honorary degree recipients and student speakers celebrated the accomplishments of the class and expressed excitement for their future.
  • Rachel Ledbetter stands in front of a globe sculpture.

    Service Trip Sparks Graduate's Passion and Purpose

    Monday, May 13, 2019

    A two-week service trip to Ghana inspired Rachel Ledbetter to connect her studies to the real-world problem of human trafficking violations.