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Digital Archive (1930-2002)
- The Hawk has been the student newspaper of Saint Joseph's University since June, 1930 when the school was known as St. Joseph's College - fondly referred to as "St. Joe" by some of the graduates.
- The Francis A. Drexel Library is the repository for the print and microfilm formats of the newspaper. The Hawk was digitized from the microfilm holdings and made accessible online in this archive.
volume 1, no. 1 of June 10, 1930 -
volume 75, no. 2 of May 19, 2002
- Issues can be searched at any time by keyword or date
- The retrieved article or photo can be downloaded, saved, printed and even emailed - to friends or to old college classmates!
The Hawk: Current Issues, 2005 - present