December 2018: Finals Week Self-Care Suggestions from the Class of 2021

December 6, 2018 | 0 Comments

by Thi Nguyen, Iswarya “Ice” Vel, Maria Johnson, Zoe Mrozek, Michelle Wheatley, Emily Lehman, Maura Flynn and Gianna Penezic Before we can sit back, relax and celebrate the holidays with family and friends, we have to get through FINALS WEEK!  Depending on your test schedule and how many papers you have to turn in, that […]

November 2018: The World We Have Traveled, by 2018-19 McNulty Fellows

November 14, 2018 | 0 Comments

  by Isabella Succi ’20, Mary Kate Dougherty ’19, Sarah Muche ’19, Alana Cianciulli ’19 and Corinne Merlino ’20 We spend so much time on campus, in our classrooms and in our labs, sometimes it’s difficult to picture ourselves anywhere else.  But over the past year, whether by way of a family vacation or an […]

McNulty Class of 2019: Our Favorite Memories of SJU

October 10, 2018 | 0 Comments

by Ashley Frankenfield, Elise Brutschea, Lakshmi Narayanam, Kaleigh Williams and Jamilyn Mooteb   Ashley Frankenfield (Chemical Biology/Finance): One of my favorite memories here on campus was the opportunity to learn darkroom photography. Since I was young, I would always insist that my parents let me borrow their camera while on vacations. I’ve always loved photography […]

Parting Words from the Class of 2018

April 10, 2018 | 0 Comments

L-R: Abigail Sweetman, Marisa Egan & Shelley Donaldson Marisa Egan (Biology):  As a now second-semester senior, I find myself thinking about all of my fond memories on Hawk Hill.  Upon reflection, I realize the impact of the academic experiences afforded to me by SJU.  To say that these opportunities have merely helped me grow would […]

McNulty Class of 2020: How We Eat Right to Stay Healthy in College!

February 20, 2018 | 0 Comments

by Amelia Bielefeld, Annamarie Glaser and Lindsay Miller As college students, returning to campus after winter break can be stressful and overwheming, with classes, work, labs and the multitude of other activities we are all involved in. Running around campus, it’s easy to forget to eat, let alone eat properly. The pressure of New Year’s […]

McNulty Class of 2021: Holiday Specials on your Christmas List? Here’s what to watch…

December 5, 2017 | 0 Comments

by Thi Nguyen, Iswarya Vel, Maria Johnson, Zoe Mrozek, Michelle Wheatley, Emily Lehman, Maura Flynn and Gianna Penezic As the happiest time of year rolls around, we are enjoying our favorite holiday movies while snuggled up in our PJs and sipping a warm cup of hot cocoa (while studying for finals during commercial breaks, of […]

November 2017: Our Favorite Places to Eat in Philly & Why! By McNulty Class of 2019

November 2, 2017 | 0 Comments

by Ashley Frankenfield, Elise Brutschea, Lakshmi Narayanam, Kaleigh Williams and Jamilyn Mooteb After a long week of eating on campus…or whipping up ramen noodles or mac n cheese night after night…we all look forward to getting out into Philadelphia to eat.  And by now, it’s safe to say we have definitely found our favorite places […]

October 2017: Our Recommendations for the Best Places To Be in Philly in the Fall, by McNulty Fellows 2017-18

October 9, 2017 | 0 Comments

L-R: Sarah Muche, Asha Jacob, Leona Ryder, Natalie Ryder, Amelia Brown Whether you’re brand new to the Philadelphia area, or just need a reminder about where you can have the most fun here during the autumn months, the McNulty Fellows are here to steer you in the right direction.  Read below for a wide range […]

March 2017: What Is Your Go-To Movie? Recommendations from the McNulty Fellows, 2016-17

March 6, 2017 | 0 Comments

McNulty Fellows, 2016-17 L-R: Mary Szurgot ’17, Natalie Barrett ’18, Kaitlyn Frankenfield ’17, Leona Ryder ’18, Brianna Amos ’17, Amelia Brown ’18, Caroline Stow ’17, Madeline Graziani ’17 Springtime may be the time to be outside, enjoying the budding trees, flowers and warmer temperatures. But with all of the sun comes a lot of rain, […]

November 2016: The Class of 2020’s Favorite Thanksgiving Recipes

November 6, 2016 | 0 Comments

L-R: Amelia Bielefeld, Annamarie Glaser and Lindsay Miller The campus is quiet.  Classes are finished for the week.  And our thoughts turn toward the magnificent meal we will be enjoying tomorrow with family and friends.  While the food here at SJU isn’t bad at all, there is nothing like a home-cooked meal.  Especially at Thanksgiving.  […]