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  1. How executive Dan Hilferty is making sure papal visit is paid forRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago |

    As Dan Hilferty sat in St. Peter's Square in March 2014, waiting for Pope Francis to address thousands of pilgrims, a Vatican cleric walked over to him. The cleric, who went on to translate the pope's address into English that day, had worked for Independence Blue Cross's public relations department before becoming a priest in the Philadelphia Archdiocese and moving to Rome on assignment.


  2. Weekend Picks: Twilight in the Gardens; Kevin Hart; and moreRead the original story

    Friday Aug 28 | Philadelphia Weekly

    Bring your own drinks and blankets to enjoy a performance by My Son Bison and make your own fiber art piece with the help of Stefanie Fuoco. Also enjoy an Instagram hunt and a guided tour of the amazing gardens.


  3. Michael D. Scherneck named president and CEO of Southeast Georgia Health SystemRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | The Florida Times-Union

    The "interim" part of Michael D. Scherneck's title at Southeast Georgia Health System was abruptly removed Wednesday when he was tabbed to replace Gary Colberg as permanent president and chief executive officer. Scherneck, formerly vice president and chief financial officer, had held the job on a temporary basis for only 16 days.


  4. Ridgewood Teen Begins Lacrosse Career At Saint Joseph's UniversityRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 |

    Tarleton, a 6-foot-2 defenseman, was an all-state, all-division, and all-county player last season for the Maroons. He was named most valuable player of the 2013 junior varsity team and 2012 freshman squad and earned three varsity letters while at Ridgewood.


  5. New Rochelle Braves 14U Team Finishes With 20-Win SeasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | The New Rochelle Daily Voice

    The New Rochelle Braves 14-and-under baseball team won 20 games and finished the season by reaching the semifinals of a national tournament last weekend. The Braves went 3-1 in the national tournament, earning the No.


  6. Scholars: August 26, 2015Read the original story

    Wednesday Aug 26 |

    ... (master of occupational therapy degree); Liya Varghese (master of occupational therapy degree). Saint Joseph's University accounting major Alexandra Ferraro received a $2,000 scholarship from the Tax Executive Institute. The TEI scholarship was ...


  7. Invisible River festival brings green, artsy fun to the Schuylkill banksRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Philadelphia Weekly

    The Schuylkill River is a central piece of Philadelphia's geography, a huge curving reality that's greatly responsible for the way many of our neighborhoods are shaped. Yet most of us have very little relationship with it; it's just a barrier to cross, a vista to drive past, a word to say.


  8. La Salle lays off staff in wake of shortfallRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 |

    La Salle University just welcomed the first female president in its 152-year history. The Dalai Lama will visit the campus in October, and students and staff are eagerly awaiting Pope Francis' arrival next month in Philadelphia.


  9. Calendar: Aug. 26-Sept. 2Read the original story

    Tuesday Aug 25 | Philadelphia Weekly

    P.M. @ Penn Museum: Red Hot Ramblers Step back into the Roaring '20s with this authentic jazz ensemble as the Ramblers perform the rhythms and melodies that made the age special. 5pm. $10.


  10. Daniel Ryan Reimold, 34, journalism teacher at St. Joseph's UniversityRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 |

    But Dan, an assistant journalism professor at St. Joseph's University and an influential blogger celebrating the importance of college newspapers, believed the study of journalism was still worthwhile. "In a world in which everyone can be journalists, or at least say they are, it will be those with the real journalistic training and knowledge who will rise above and be recognized and over time financially rewarded," he wrote on Aug. 13 on his blog, College Media Matters.


  11. Cumberland Valley junior guard Kate Jekot gives hoops verbal commitment to St. Joe'sRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 23 |

    Cumberland Valley junior guard Kate Jekot on Sunday made a verbal commitment to accept an athletic scholarship offer from St. Joe's , where she'll continue her basketball career at the Division I level in the Atlantic 10 Conference. So happy to announce that I will be playing A10 Basketball at Saint Joseph's University Y #THWND Y" asai Y Her older sister, CV senior and reigning Pennsylvania Player of the Year Kelly Jekot , made a verbal commitment to Villanova last winter, meaning the Jekot sisters will square off in Big 5 city-series action later in their college career.


  12. 10,000 volunteers to help with papal visit to PhiladelphiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 23 | The New Zealand Herald

    " An army of about 10,000 volunteers will be on hand when Pope Francis visits Philadelphia next month during the Vatican-sponsored World Meeting of Families and holds the biggest events of his first trip to the U.S. Volunteers will greet and direct pilgrims, provide translation services, aid guests with special needs and perform a variety of other roles, including posting images and messages on social media, organizers from the World Meeting of Families said. The checks would have cost the World Meeting of Families more than $300,000 if the nonprofit were paying for them all.


  13. Briefly... CITY/REGIONRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 21 |

    Lawrence Pickens, 18, was arrested Thursday in the shooting death of Moses McMillian, also 18, on Aug. 7, according to police. Officers found McMillian about 12:11 a.m. shot in his chest and stomach on Croskey Street near Berks in North Philly.


  14. Dan Reimold, St. Joe's professor, dies unexpectedlyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 21 |

    Dan Reimold, a journalism professor at St. Joseph's University who founded the influential blog College Media Matters, died unexpectedly this week. Hours after the school announced his death Friday, tributes to Reimold, 34, were growing on nearly every media-industry blog in the country -, Nieman Journalism Lab, MediaShift, the Associated Collegiate Press, and others.


  15. St. Joe's student newspaper adviser - editor of popular blog College Media Matters - dies at 34Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 21 | Business Journal

    Dan Reimold , one of the biggest brands in college media and the student newspaper adviser at St. Joseph's University, died Friday at the age of 34. Reimold ran the popular blog College Media Matters, a force in the industry's college market across the country. His last post to the blog was on August 17. Reimold held a Ph.


  16. Dan Reimold, influential chronicler of student media, has diedRead the original story

    Friday Aug 21 | Poynter Online

    ... student press blog "College Media Matters," has died. He was in his thirties. Reimold, who advised Saint Joseph's University student newspaper The Hawk, was a monthly contributor to Poynter and a fixture in the student media community, which serves ...


  17. Surge in local seminarians: Pope effect?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 19 |

    The Archdiocese of Philadelphia isn't sure if the "Pope Francis Effect" explains it, but 20 men of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia have entered St. Charles Borromeo Seminary this year to study for the priesthood - a nearly three-fold increase from a year ago. "Last year we had six" enroll for the new term, Bishop Timothy Senior, rector of the seminary, told a news conference Wednesday.


  18. NJ soccer standouts named to NSCAA All-East region teamRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 17 |

    Six of New Jersey's recent graduates were named to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America All-East region team. St. Joseph's University.


  19. Girls Basketball: Glucester Catholic's Maggie McIntyre commits to Division I NiagaraRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 23, 2015 |

    Gloucester Catholic 's Maggie McIntyre was laying around on the beach enjoying the end of summer vacation just like every other high school student in August. McIntyre answered.


  20. Boys Track: Cedar Grove resident honored by DePaul CatholicRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 14 | The Verona-Cedar Grove Times

    Anthony Palmisano, a resident of Cedar Grove and a recent graduate of DePaul Catholic High School, was honored as the DePaul Catholic High School Scholar-Athlete for the Passaic County All-County Coaches' Association. Palmisano was a member of the DePaul indoor and outdoor track teams and was the 2015 Outdoor Big-North United Conference champion in the 400-meter category.