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St. Peter’s Students Going Viral – Vote For Your Favorite Video!

0 by / on April 18, 2014, 5:46 pm / in Arts, Variety

#OnTheSpot Guilty Pleasures Those Awkward Moments A Typical Monday at St. Peter’s Twitter in Real Life Don’t forget to vote and check our next issue to find out which video won! Vote for your favorite video!

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Folkin’ Around At The Lamp Post

Folkin’ Around At The Lamp Post

0 by / on March 19, 2014, 8:58 pm / in Arts

Tucked in the corner of a small bar and grill on Second Street in Jersey City, NJ, is a three-piece band called O’Dea, Conte, & Trotta (working title) that is keeping the place lively and the crowd happy with their Americana/folk styled music.  The band features Ken Trotta on the […]

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Lit-Picks: Books from the O’Toole Library

Lit-Picks: Books from the O’Toole Library

0 by / on March 19, 2014, 8:54 pm / in Arts

As college students, not all of us are equipped with the budget to constantly spend big bucks on books. More and more, I am turning to the 0.50 cent and $1.00 clearance book carts outside of bookshops and frequently visiting libraries to get my reading fix. From Saint Peter’s, there’s […]

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Netflix Horror Finds – The InnKeepers

Netflix Horror Finds – The InnKeepers

0 by / on March 12, 2014, 8:32 pm / in Arts

Long, twisting corridors. Rows of identical doors shut tight to the outside world. Disembodied voices floating through the empty hallways at night. And, of course, the distinct awareness that you’re not alone. The others are all around you. Maybe you catch glimpses of them hurrying down a stairwell or disappearing […]

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Stage Fright – Legends from the Roy Irving Theatre

Stage Fright – Legends from the Roy Irving Theatre

3 by / on February 12, 2014, 5:29 pm / in Arts

It’s that bubbling, nauseous sensation in the pit of your stomach, the awful, anxious awareness of hundreds of eyes resting squarely on you. But then your scene, your speech, your song ends, and you flee into the relative safety of the wings, hiding offstage with adrenaline pumping through your veins. […]

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Emily’s Lit-Picks: From Novel to Film

Emily’s Lit-Picks: From Novel to Film

0 by / on February 12, 2014, 1:05 pm / in Arts

Hollywood’s always looked to literary works for ideas on the next big film franchise. The biggest blockbusters have their roots in the pages of a novel or the art of a comic. This year there’s a bigger number of films being released that readers already know by name.  So here […]

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Emily’s Lit Picks – The Deep Freeze

Emily’s Lit Picks – The Deep Freeze

0 by / on January 29, 2014, 11:54 am / in Arts

This deep freeze has brought us snow, arctic temperatures, and wind chills that would make anyone just want to lock themselves inside with hot cocoa and several blankets. It’s that time of year when we begin desperately hoping for spring weather, and more importantly, summer. While the warm and sunny […]

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WSPR Sees Revitalization with New Station in Student Center

WSPR Sees Revitalization with New Station in Student Center

0 by / on December 22, 2013, 1:22 pm / in Arts

Saint Peter’s University’s student-led radio station, WSPR, celebrated its grand opening November 20 at the Mac Mahon Student Center. The brand new station is estimated to cost nearly $250,000. Staying true to the school’s Jesuit beliefs, Father Mark T. DeStephano began with a live streamed blessing followed by the ribbon-cutting […]

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Lit Picks – Books of the Year

0 by / on December 22, 2013, 1:11 pm / in Arts

Christmas wish lists and resolutions may be flooding your mind but what do you plan to do once the hectic holidays are done with? There’s only 3 weeks to relax with a break from college studies before the spring semester and 2014 start to take their toll. With the new […]

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King Braize: Courtesy of Quitman

King Braize: Courtesy of Quitman

0 by / on November 6, 2013, 7:29 pm / in Arts

Standing in the middle of an L-shaped housing complex, consisting of 14 houses, I was a bit apprehensive. The environment was completely different than the suburban area I am from, or the Jersey City area I live now. The sky was a deep gray covered in clouds and fear that […]

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Masters of Horror: Poe vs. Lovecraft

Masters of Horror: Poe vs. Lovecraft

0 by / on October 25, 2013, 10:57 pm / in Arts

Tales of menacing ravens and grotesque monsters from the deep that could only exist in a person’s darkest nightmares are just two of the horrors Edgar Allen Poe and Howard Phillips Lovecraft chose to write of in their works. From the disturbed and haunting call of creatures and inner demons […]

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Another Year, Another Comic Con

Another Year, Another Comic Con

0 by / on October 25, 2013, 10:51 pm / in Arts

Imagine: a place where geeks and nerds could come together and celebrate their love for comic books, anime, video games, and more. Such a place came in the form of New York Comic Con (NYCC), held at the Javits Convention Center from October 10-13th.  Marking its 7th year of the […]

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A Month of Horrors and Fantasy

A Month of Horrors and Fantasy

0 by / on October 10, 2013, 9:29 pm / in Arts

Fall is a huge season for premieres and new things overall. There’s the iconic fall issues of magazines that bombard us with new fashions and, of course, the endless list of blockbuster movies and actors trying to get into our hearts before the fateful Oscars are awarded. It’s all about […]

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Plantanos and Collard Greens Go Well With SPU

Plantanos and Collard Greens Go Well With SPU

0 by / on October 10, 2013, 9:25 pm / in Arts

An excited audience of students, faculty, and Jersey City locals gathered in Roy Irving Theater last Wednesday night to watch Platanos, Collard Greens, y Callaloo – a spin on the original ‘Platanos and Collard Greens’. The off-broadway show came to Saint Peter’s as a part of Latin American Heritage Month. […]

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