Saint Joseph’s University Gallery will host a collection of drawings by artist Christopher Troutman, titled “Drawing and Narrative,” February 20 – March 24.
In celebration of Black History Month, SJU will host the traveling exhibit and documentary of Philadelphia’s Lest We Forget Museum of Slavery (LWFSM) on Feb. 22, 4-7 p.m., in the Campion Student Center’s Forum Theatre.
The SJU Theater Company will transport audiences to post-World War II London with a production of the musical “The Who’s Tommy,” opening Wednesday, February 22 in Bluett Theater.
The Dean’s Office of the College of Arts and Sciences has named philosopher Robin Sahaya Seelan, S.J., as the Donald I. MacLean, S.J., Chair for the 2017 calendar year.
On Sunday, March 5, Saint Joseph’s Institute for Jewish-Catholic Relations is celebrating its golden anniversary by recreating its inaugural meeting. “A Genuine Gift of God,” an event featuring contemporary experts in Jewish-Catholic issues, will be held in the Haub Executive Suite of McShain Hall from 7 to 9 p.m.
Employers from a wide variety of industries and fields will be represented at the College of Arts & Sciences and Haub School of Business Career Fair. The event will take place on Feb. 16
After months of construction and preparation, Saint Joseph’s University’s newly renovated Center for Inclusion and Diversity held its grand opening on Tuesday, Jan. 24.
This January, 65 Saint Joseph’s University students gave up part of their winter break to give back to communities in Central and South America as well as in the United States.
Saint Joseph’s University joined the nation in honoring the legacy and leadership of civil rights activist the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Thirty-five students enrolled in a Social Problems class raised over $2,500 in school supplies, hygiene products, food items and monetary donations for two nonprofit organizations while learning firsthand about poverty and education funding.