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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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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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Businesspeople Get Social to Discuss Social Media in Business

0 by / on December 16, 2012, 8:08 am / in Variety

Social media is a force that is reshaping not only the way that people are interacting with each other, but how businesses are interacting with their customers. It is no surprise that it was the topic of Facebook co-founder, Chris Hughes’,  keynote speech and the central topic of the 41st […]

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We Will Not Be Home For Christmas

0 by / on December 16, 2012, 7:25 am / in Variety

It’s that time of year again when loved ones will be reuniting around the Christmas tree. Memories and dinner will be shared and gift wrapping will be torn apart. Unfortunately, others will not have that chance this year. Work, distance, and family dysfunction sum up why Christmas will be different […]

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The Next Generation Needs You

The Next Generation Needs You

0 by / on December 6, 2012, 11:17 am / in Variety

Gang violence, failing schools, teen pregnancies, high school dropouts.  All of these issues are becoming more and more common every day.  And while some may blame society for these social issues, one organization believes change come from individuals making a difference. The Big Brothers and Sisters Organization of Hudson, Essex […]

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New Dean of Students Working to Improve ResLife

0 by / on December 6, 2012, 11:00 am / in Variety

In late September of this year, Saint Peter’s welcomed a new dean of students into the community. Before his arrival, Anthony Skevakis worked at a private school in Florida that was similar to Saint Peter’s in size. As a Jersey native, Skevakis did not need much time to adjust to […]

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Meal Time! Three Places to Get a Great Meal Under $10

Meal Time! Three Places to Get a Great Meal Under $10

0 by / on September 19, 2012, 3:35 am / in Variety

If you are looking for an inexpensive meal off -campus, check out our three favorites. 1. Helen’s Pizzeria located on 138 Newark Ave., Jersey City, NJ.  Helen’s offers more than pizza. The family-owned restaurant serves up a wide variety of foods from  calzones to egg plant Parmesan. Their prices vary, […]

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Stellar Eats in Jersey City

Stellar Eats in Jersey City

0 by / on January 23, 2012, 10:40 pm / in Variety

While many college students complain about the cafeterias and food available to them around their campuses, Saint Peter’s College students don’t have to worry about this. While Sodexo does their best (sometimes) to please the students, one of the advantages about coming to Saint Peter’s is the many places to […]

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Thanksgiving Garlic Mashed Potatoes

Thanksgiving Garlic Mashed Potatoes

0 by / on November 6, 2011, 9:06 pm / in Variety

Ingredients: 3 cloves of garlic, a tub of sour cream, about 1 cup of milk, garlic powder, onion salt, 5 large potatoes, scallions, 1tbsp butter Need: Mechanical mixer, one large pot, a masher, strainer, 1 medium sized pan, olive oil Time: About 30 min.

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Honey-Cooked Thanksgiving Ham

Honey-Cooked Thanksgiving Ham

0 by / on November 6, 2011, 9:02 pm / in Variety

Ingredients: Mustard, bay leaves, canned pineapples, brown sugar, cinnamon, shank precooked honey ham Need: Large Pot, Tinfoil, Large Oven Pan, tooth picks Time: 2 hours (but it is well worth the wait!) 

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Experiences From Quito: Learning to Live

Experiences From Quito: Learning to Live

1 by / on April 21, 2011, 5:29 pm / in Variety

The great and distinguished Martin Luther King Jr. once said, “An Individual has not start living until he or she can rise above the narrow confines of his or her individualistic concerns to the broader concerns of all humanity.”

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Argus Eyes Takes Us to Laramie, Wyoming

Argus Eyes Takes Us to Laramie, Wyoming

0 by / on April 21, 2011, 3:52 pm / in Variety

From February 24 – 26, Saint Peter’s College Argus Eyes Drama Society presented “The Laramie Project.”

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