SVA Happy Hours! Fridays at 5pm. On Zoom! What???!!

We’ll post the script and the drink recipes (alcohol or not, your choice)… let’s get together and meet up!

See you monthly on a Friday night for a community happy hour! I’ll post the new script here, if you want to have fun with it… and the drink recipe… although you can bring whatever!!! I don’t know about you… but I want to see people again. There is no charge.


November 20th, 2020

Then, we’ll have some kind of special December Holiday SVA celebration and start back up in January!

Tonight – November 20th

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Drink Recipe:


Apple Cider Champagne Cocktail


  • 2 cups cold apple cider
  • 2 cups chilled champagne

Optional Garnish Ingredients

  • 1 tablespoon brown sugar (garnish)
  • 1 tablespoon turbinado sugar (garnish)


  • Begin by preparing the garnish for this drink by mixing brown sugar and turbinado sugar together and pouring it on a small plate.
  • Next, wet the rim of 4 champagne flutes and carefully dip them in the sugar mixture. Repeat until all champagne glasses are garnished.
  • Finally, pour 1/2 cup of apple cider into each champagne flute and then top the apple cider with about 1/2 cup of champagne and enjoy!


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We run to feel alive.

An escape from a world gone mad.  

The same route is always different.

We adapt.

We freestyle.

Liberated by movement.

In search of our fix – freedom and discovery.

To experience life as intensely as we can.

Transformed by the run.

Adapting. Rerouting. Changing directions. Never finished.

This is running, alive.


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Male or Female, 25-60, confident but understated read.



Grit.  Resilience.    Moxie.
The wherewithal to confront every obstacle with optimism.
The openness to accept those around you.
To champion others and challenge yourself.
Funny how the very ideas our university was founded on almost two centuries ago are now at the center of today’s cultural consciousness.
At St. Joseph’s University, our followers are called leaders.
The ones who pull all-nighters not for exams, but for their fellow man.
The ones who know self-worth is measured in something other than dollars.
The ones who know life’s greatest tests aren’t standardized.
It takes work. 
It takes ambition and drive. 
It takes a uniquely Jesuit point of view where the intellectual collides with the spiritual.
And for those willing to put forth the effort. For those who seek a better version of themselves and the world…
The knowledge will never die.

The fellowship will never die.

The hawk will never die.
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