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Editorial: Johnny Manziel And The Treatment of College Athletes

Editorial: Johnny Manziel And The Treatment of College Athletes

0 by / on October 11, 2013, 12:10 pm / in Editorial, Sports

Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel is a young man of many talents. For starters, Manziel is widely considered as one of the greatest and most exciting college football players to ever step on the field. On November 10th of last year, the entire country became acquainted with “Johnny Football” as […]

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Editorial: Putin, The Anti-Everything

Editorial: Putin, The Anti-Everything

0 by / on October 10, 2013, 9:48 pm / in Editorial, Sports

The Russian government has made a huge stand against homosexuals in front of the entire world as they prepare to host the 2014 Winter Olympics. President Vladimir Putin signed a law in July that restricts the rights to freedom of expression and assembly of lesbians, gays, bi-sexuals, transexuals, and intersex […]

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The Trials of A Student Journalist

The Trials of A Student Journalist

0 by / on September 24, 2013, 2:58 pm / in Editorial

When placed with a title of high responsibility, one lesson you learn quick is that a thick skin will probably be the most versatile weapon in your arsenal. A story was printed in our second issue of the semester, dated on September 11th, that should have not been printed. More […]

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Your Journey Begins Now…

Your Journey Begins Now…

0 by / on September 1, 2013, 8:45 pm / in Editorial

As much as it kills the romanticism behind the thought, the truth is that change is a scary thing. It’s not some adventure full of joy and escapades through dive bars and coffee shops, even if NYC is only ‘15 minutes away’. Embarking on something completely foreign is not a […]

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Editorial: Out With The Old, And…

Editorial: Out With The Old, And…

0 by / on February 8, 2013, 4:40 pm / in Editorial

This week’s edition of the Pauw Wow is really special. Not only is it totally sexy with its new layout, but it’s also backed up by a totally sexy new online edition. But beauty is only skin deep, which is why the content of this edition is the sexiest aspect […]

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EDITORIAL: Lessons Learned In The Fall

0 by / on December 16, 2012, 7:08 am / in Editorial

For anyone who’s forgotten, we’ve had a rough time of it since September. Between high turnover rates within the university, the ever-looming specter of student debt and the fear of being unemployed at graduation, as well as perhaps most notably Superstorm Sandy and her little brother the Nor’Easter, many students […]

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A Thank You and a Challenge to SPU

0 by / on December 5, 2012, 6:11 pm / in Editorial

We at the Pauw Wow have apparently found some sensitive issues to talk about. When we covered student debt, we inspired responses that ranged from supportive to caustic. We want to give everyone a voice, which is why we’re also pleased to publish letters to the editor. We have taken […]

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Editorial: Good and Bad in the Blackout

0 by / on November 19, 2012, 4:49 am / in Editorial

Saint Peter’s boasts a diversity of students from not only various ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds, but also those vastly different in their experience with natural disasters. I’ve spoken with students from the islands, deans from the south, and those who endured last year’s Hurricane Irene. Some were able to shrug […]

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Editorial: Think, Grow, and Progress.

0 by / on October 24, 2012, 4:21 pm / in Editorial

I’m presently following news of the presidential election with an intensity that’s probably getting on people’s nerves. However, I continue to be impressed by the events that our school provides to try to make us as informed as possible. The Guarini Institute, the political science department, the feminist action club, […]

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Editorial: A New Year, A New Focus

0 by / on September 22, 2012, 5:31 pm / in Editorial

Saint Peter’s University is taking on a serious name and a prominent position in Jersey City and in the American university system, but what propels us to the forefront of the community’s thoughts is not the administration, faculty, or even our new name. It’s the students. Since we’re all capable […]

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Status Update

0 by / on November 6, 2011, 10:53 pm / in Editorial

On October 26, after a long wait, the Saint Peter’s College community witnessed the groundbreaking of the Mac Mahon Student Center. The students, faculty, school administrators, and the Jersey City community alike have high expectations from the Center.

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Looking Ahead to Pass the Baton

0 by / on November 6, 2011, 7:26 pm / in Editorial

The year so far has been wonderful for the Pauw Wow. This is the only year in recent history that the paper has seen more than thirty students interested in working for the paper. Our meetings this semester has seen the Pauw Wow office become jam-packed with enthusiastic writers and […]

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From the Inside Out

0 by / on October 27, 2011, 1:24 am / in Editorial

While we are reinforcing the structural integrity of the campus, from the classrooms in McDermott to the upcoming opening of the parking lot on West Side and groundbreaking of the Student Center, we are slowly but surely enjoying the small steps to success.

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On A Positive Note…

0 by / on September 28, 2011, 11:35 pm / in Editorial

Four MAAC Championships. St. Aedan’s Church. Student Center campaign. Administrative reorganization. Significant infrastructure improvements.

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