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Saint Peter’s Students Travel to Italy

Saint Peter’s Students Travel to Italy

1 by / on April 11, 2014, 7:33 pm / in News, Variety

The first day of the trip we arrived in Rome and were given the afternoon to explore the city. A group of us went in search of the Trevi Fountain and after an hour or so of walking aimlessly, we finally found it. This sight was worth having sore feet. […]

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Criminal Justice Department Goes to Germany

Criminal Justice Department Goes to Germany

0 by / on April 11, 2014, 7:08 pm / in News, Variety

The Criminal Justice department’s spring break trip to Germany and the Czech Republic was both an educational and cathartic experience.  From visiting cathedrals to enjoying traditional meals at famous beer halls, the trip was informative and fun. We were fortunate enough to interact with the locals, enjoy the neighborhood shops, […]

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Global Outreach Mission: Ecuador

0 by / on April 11, 2014, 6:59 pm / in News, Variety

With midterms over, spring break was the much needed hiatus that many students look forward too. While some students go to Cancun or catch up on sleep during spring break, other students decide to volunteer their time in a foreign country. The Global Outreach is a community service program that […]

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Student Athletes Involved in Drunken Conflict on PATH Train

Student Athletes Involved in Drunken Conflict on PATH Train

1 by / on April 11, 2014, 6:25 pm / in News, Sports

Around 2:00 am on Wednesday, March 5, two intoxicated young men boarded the PATH train at the Hoboken station — not an unusual occurrence. However, the men shortly identified themselves to the other passengers as members of the Saint Peter’s University baseball team. Johl Smilowski, a Jersey City resident who […]

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Enthusiastic Students Strut Their Stuff for Spring Career Fair

Enthusiastic Students Strut Their Stuff for Spring Career Fair

0 by / on April 11, 2014, 6:19 pm / in News

Suits, ties, dresses, and high heels are usually not the apparel norm for students in a university gymnasium, but when it comes to meeting potential future employers at the spring semester career fair students go all out for the occasion. St. Peter’s held its semi-annual career fair on Wednesday, March […]

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“Getting a Clue in the Skyroom” – English Department Holds Conference

“Getting a Clue in the Skyroom” – English Department Holds Conference

0 by / on April 11, 2014, 6:13 pm / in News

Detectives, murder, and police were all hot topics at the Duncan Family Skyroom on Thursday, March 27th. The mysterious utterances were not caused by a crime scene or episode of Law & Order SVU, but by the entire English faculty and a slew of English majors, minors, and curious students. […]

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Students Feeling Unanswered After Presidential Open Forum

Students Feeling Unanswered After Presidential Open Forum

0 by / on April 11, 2014, 6:03 pm / in News

The Presidential Open Forum caught the attention of many students, however, students found that a lack of answered were provided for the questions asked. Questions varied from the University’s gas companies affiliations, diversity amongst staff and faculty, Pulaski Skyway construction, future student enrollment, and deaf culture. Evening junior student Ada […]

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Steven Fulop Butts Heads with Loews Volunteers

Steven Fulop Butts Heads with Loews Volunteers

0 by / on March 25, 2014, 6:51 pm / in News

Mayor Steve Fulop, who took office last July, has a long list of improvements planned for Jersey City: reducing criminal recidivism, expanding pre-kindergarten educational facilities, and sponsoring more public art. He also has plans to improve Journal Square, notably the Loew’s Theater. In order to make the changes he wants, […]

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Why College Isn’t Fun Any More

Why College Isn’t Fun Any More

0 by / on March 20, 2014, 11:33 am / in News

Saint Peter’s University Financial Aid Office is buried inside its enrollment services and has no windows. There’s a waiting room with no magazines and plastic chairs that I have been spending way too much time sitting in this past week. The receptionist picks up the phone again to call my […]

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Many female students participated in the Women's Voices event, reading work or presenting their respective theses in their field. Many faculty participated, as well.

Saint Peter’s Women Raise Voices for Women’s History Month

0 by / on March 19, 2014, 8:08 pm / in News

The month of March is Women’s History Month. In celebration of women everywhere, the 7th Annual Women’s Voices was held on Wednesday March 5th in the Emeritus Room in Pope Hall. Dr. Marilyn Cohen, Director of Women’s Studies at Saint Peter’s University helped organize the event. Faculty and students minoring […]

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‘A Disabled Campus’ – Denton Stargel Responds

‘A Disabled Campus’ – Denton Stargel Responds

0 by / on March 12, 2014, 8:42 pm / in News

In the 1st Issue for the Spring 2014 semester, a piece titled A Disabled Campus? was published. It focused on the topic of accessibility and availability of services for disabled members of campus and if any future changes would be made to further accommodate those members. Wheelchair accessible entrances, ramps […]

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Saint Peter’s Students Donate Blood During A Time of Need

Saint Peter’s Students Donate Blood During A Time of Need

0 by / on March 12, 2014, 8:25 pm / in News

With the barrage of reports calling for snow throughout this winter, many people have been displaced, left without resources, or had difficulties as simple yet troubling as a difficult commute to either school or work. However, there’s one resource hit hard by intruding weather that many don’t realize – blood. […]

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Campus Opens Grab-n-Go Food and Clothes Pantry

Campus Opens Grab-n-Go Food and Clothes Pantry

0 by / on March 12, 2014, 8:19 pm / in News

On a cold and snowy Saturday afternoon, Erich Sekel, the Associate Director of Campus Ministry, and two Saint Peter’s students took time out of their afternoon to manage the University’s Grab-n-Go Food and Clothes Pantry for the homeless. Senior DaiShawn Kemp and Junior Sergio Neiza are regular Campus Ministry volunteers […]

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The Delayed Diploma – A Look Into Graduation Rates

The Delayed Diploma – A Look Into Graduation Rates

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

“Wait, I thought you graduated already,” is a common statement among Saint Peter’s University students. Around the hallways it seems that there are many faces that overstayed their intended four-years and hanging around for an extra semester or two. The opposite problem is also true: with faces often disappearing before […]

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