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  1. Boys Track: Clifton High School's Houston earns top honors in trackRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago |

    Rory Houston signed a letter in intent earlier this year to St. Joseph's University for track. Pictured bottom fro from left to right, Maura Houston, Anne Hetzel , Rory, Dr. Jack Houston.


  2. Joseph Levine, prominent funeral director, diesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 |

    Joseph H. Levine, 69, of Bala Cynwyd, the fourth-generation president of Joseph Levine & Sons Funeral Directors, one of the Philadelphia area's oldest and most prominent Jewish funeral homes, died Sunday, June 28, of pancreatic cancer at home. He had been diagnosed in March 2014 and went public with the emotional process of passing the torch to his triplet sons, Adam, Brian and Jonathon, who become the fifth generation to own and operate Levine's.


  3. Millville Town Peddler to host Emily North art exhibit July 1-31Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 | Cape Gazette

    North recently graduated from St. Joseph's University with a major in art education. In the fall she will begin teaching art in Baltimore City public schools.


  4. Cause & Celebration: SJU Autism Awareness Fashion ShowRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 |

    St. Joseph's University Kinney Center for Autism hosted its annual Autism Awareness Fashion Show at the Aronimink Golf Club in Newtown Square in April. More than 120 attendees enjoyed a fashion show with creations by Louella, lunch speakers, and a silent auction.


  5. Claudette Harris, 75, retired Philadelphia teacherRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 |

    Claudette Elizabeth Harris, 75, a retired teacher and classroom aide for the School District of Philadelphia, died Friday, June 19, of a blood infection at Kindred Hospital. Ms. Harris was the youngest of 10 children of Ola Pearl Phillips-Wallace and Sylvester Wallace Sr. Her childhood experiences in South Philadelphia gave her two of what her family called her greatest gifts - cooking and educating others.


  6. Fitch Affirms Saint Joseph's University, PA Revs at 'A'; Outlook StableRead the original story

    Friday Jun 26 | Business Wire

    ... Educational Facilities Authority revenues bonds, series 2010A and 2013B, issued on behalf of Saint Joseph's University (SJU). SJU's obligations under a loan agreement with the issuer are secured by a lien on unrestricted university revenues, ...


  7. Point guard position will prove to be true puzzle pieceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | The Triangle

    Then-freshman Rashann London drives in a game against the University of Southern Mississippi during the 2014-15 men's basketball season. In Bruiser Flint's offense, everything begins with the point guard position.


  8. Stamford internship numbers swellRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | Norwalk Citizen News

    ... teams. For his part, Cingari won an internship slot at Nestle Waters, studying food marketing at Saint Joseph's University in Philadelphia . Cingari's family runs ShopRite Grade A Markets stores in Stamford and surrounding towns. Cingari plans on ...


  9. Edward Garrity Jr.; held basketball mark at St. Joe'sRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 |

    Edward T. Garrity Jr., 83, of Narberth, a retired insurance agent and college basketball star whose skill on the court earned him the nickname "Fast Eddie," died Sunday, June 21, of congestive heart failure at his home. Commitment to athletics defined Mr. Garrity's life, his family said.


  10. Global Smarts at St. Rose of Lima SchoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 23 | University City Review

    Street, Philadelphia, have spent the last five months learning about challenges facing children and families from around the globe - an experience that has changed how they think about the wider world. The Global Smarts Mentoring program - part of the World Affairs Council of Philadelphia - is designed to spark students' interest in international affairs.


  11. Meet the 2015 PennLive Girls' Lacrosse All-Star TeamRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 22 |

    Turned in a solid senior campaign by scoring 49 goals and 22 assists for the Falcons. In addition to her scoring ability, Bracale was also strong on draw controls and in the midfield and also made her presence felt on defense.


  12. Cafe in the classroom warms the hearts of a teacher and her studentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 21 |

    Nate Clark, a bespectacled 11-year-old, cleared his throat and fixed his gaze on his teacher, Lisa Warrington, who stood in front of a semicircle of desks in the middle of her classroom. "I'd like to say a huge thank you to Mrs. Warrington," Nate said.


  13. Awards Celebrate Achievements of Rumson-Fair Haven Class of 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 19 | Red Bank Green

    Alexandra Siwulec, valedictorian for Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School Class of 2015, is pictured at the annual Awards Program with RFH Principal Dr. Tracy Handerhan. The Annual Awards Program for graduating seniors was presented at on the evening of June 8. Over 80 awards were presented to members of the RFH Class of 2015, including Valedictorian Recognition, Departmental Achievement Awards, Student Life Awards, and Honorary Awards and Scholarships.


  14. William E. Grogan Sr., 91, retired truck salesmanRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 19 |

    JUST THE sight of Bill Grogan made people smile. Whether he was selling you a truck, holding forth at one of the community organizations to which he belonged, doing a job for his church, repairing a car, or building something out of wood, people knew that being around him would make them feel good.


  15. Special-needs kids learn to bike at week-long Delco campRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 18 |

    VILLANOVA Children with special needs next week are getting the chance to learn to ride a bike - a nearly quintessential childhood activity but one that often gets pushed aside in families with a special-needs member. The lessons are part of a camp run by ICan Shine, a national nonprofit organization that teaches children with disabilities how to ride a two-wheel bike over the course of five days.


  16. SJU Professor Diane Phillips Available to Speak on Impact of Papal EncyclicalRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 18 | Newswise

    Diane Phillips, Ph.D., professor of marketing at Saint Joseph's University in Philadelphia, is available to comment on Pope Francis's anticipated climate change encyclical, "Laudato si," . Phillips has been writing, speaking, and doing research on sustainability for more than 20 years, and recently became a certified member of the Climate Reality Leadership Corps, an elite group of thought leaders that have been trained by Al Gore to deliver The New Climate Realty presentation.


  17. 'A culture problem, not a college problem': the discussion on combatting hazing continuesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 18 |

    For Penn State Altoona's director of student life, Danielle Fry, the problem with combatting hazing is that the practice has become so ingrained in American culture. In Fry's experience, Penn State Altoona's bystander intervention program has been the most effective in reaching students.


  18. Hazing across campus: how universities handle the dark side of student lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 18 |

    Penn State's chapter of Kappa Delta Rho is one of many organizations on college campuses who have come under fire for hazing. James Robinson, Drinking bucketfuls of alcohol mixed with hot sauce, cat food and urine.


  19. #EdShift Chat: College Media's Shift from Print to DigitalRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 18 | MediaShift

    On Tuesday, June 23, our #EdShift chat on Twitter will cover how student media outlets are confronting the changing landscape in media by shifting their products away from print in favor of the web and social media coverage. In many ways, they're pushing the envelope ahead of professional news organizations, and in the process, they're doing a better job of reaching their audience in media where they're already interacting.


  20. New York Giants: Expectations of minicampRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 17 |

    ... is worth far more than he plays for at the moment. What is the right price? Currently a Junior at Saint Joseph's University in Philadelphia. Diehard New York Sports fanatic with the exception of the Los Angeles Lakers. Passionate about the NFL, NBA, ...