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Letter From the Editor – Re: The Biology Department

0 by / on September 24, 2013, 4:07 pm / in Letters To The Editor

The editors of The Pauw Wow regret the publication of the story “BiodeGRADEable: Science majors at Saint Peter’s take notes in class – and to exams” by Brandon Tarver, a new reporter for The Pauw Wow.  However, we would like to make a few things clear regarding the article’s publication. […]

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Letter to the Editor: Biology Department Responds

0 by / on September 24, 2013, 4:04 pm / in Letters To The Editor

The article, “BiodeGRADEable: Science majors at Saint Peter’s take notes in class – and to exams” by Brandon Travers, published in the Pauw Wow on September 11, 2013 is full of unsubstantiated statements, misquotes and libelous claims about our majors.  We are disappointed that the student newspaper would publish such […]

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The Student-Athlete Blues

The Student-Athlete Blues

0 by / on September 24, 2013, 4:01 pm / in Opinions

As a junior at Saint Peter’s University, I am fully aware that the real world is running towards me, probably faster than I am running towards it. As I attempt to balance the highs and lows of college, I learn more and more that in May 2015, I will not […]

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Youtube Provides Alternative Career Path For Young People

Youtube Provides Alternative Career Path For Young People

0 by / on September 24, 2013, 3:55 pm / in Lifestyle

After yet another night slaving over a hot computer, a Jersey City native is ready to rack up the hundreds of dollars he makes from, in essence, playing video games. New Jersey City University sophomore Kevin Sanchez has been making YouTube videos since 2010. On his channel, TheGameTagerZ, Sanchez makes […]

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How to Avoid a Cold This Flu Season

How to Avoid a Cold This Flu Season

0 by / on September 24, 2013, 3:48 pm / in Lifestyle

Brrrr … fall is here, along with the cooler, brisk air.  It’s time to start preparing for cold and flu season. Pull out those Kleenex tissues, pick up some vitamins from your local CVS or Walgreens store, and load up on some fruits. Here are some ways to avoid catching […]

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Best Eats – The Best And Cheapest Food Joints in Jersey City

Best Eats – The Best And Cheapest Food Joints in Jersey City

0 by / on September 24, 2013, 3:30 pm / in Lifestyle

To be able to understand the full college experience, one will undoubtedly have to go through a time period where budget cuts are made. For most students, that means getting creative with how what we eat on a daily basis. The days of having ramen noodles for dinner five times […]

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Study Abroad Fair Provides Students With More Opportunities

Study Abroad Fair Provides Students With More Opportunities

0 by / on September 24, 2013, 3:03 pm / in News

The desire to study abroad is growing on-campus. Such growth proves true in the form of Saint Peter’s University’s third annual Study Abroad Fair held Thursday, September 12th. A total of 208 students participated; a 54% increase from last year’s attendance of 135. “We’ve had our largest turnout,” said Wendy […]

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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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America, The World’s Policeman

America, The World’s Policeman

0 by / on September 24, 2013, 2:43 pm / in Opinions

You know who Miley Cyrus is, but can you find Syria on a map? The Syrian civil war was front page news when it first began in 2011, but lack of interest by Americans and the media has buried the issue until now. Since then, the Syrian government has been […]

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Giving Students a Slice of the Conversation

Giving Students a Slice of the Conversation

0 by / on September 24, 2013, 2:42 pm / in News

In an effort to make the normally boring topic of politics into a more student-friendly discussion, The Guarini Institute of Government and Leadership has decided to marry the science of politics with the popular college student food – pizza. “I think pizza is a great way to get people to […]

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A ‘Fresh’ Perspective On The Mac Mahon Student Center

A ‘Fresh’ Perspective On The Mac Mahon Student Center

0 by / on September 24, 2013, 2:42 pm / in News

It’s 11:50 am on a Wednesday and Jessica Rajaram is reading her cell phone messages. She quickly buys her meal and finds her friends as they are heading towards the Mac Mahon Student Center, where they will sit outside in the courtyard for lunch and discuss how their day is […]

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The Case of the Missing Qurans

The Case of the Missing Qurans

0 by / on September 24, 2013, 2:41 pm / in News

The renovations on Dineen Hall are constantly surprising students by driving bulldozers across their paths and banging through their classes. But an unpleasant side effect of the construction became clear to Muslim students when the fall semester resumed in August: all their copies of the Quran, which they used for […]

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Find Your Piece of Mind On Campus

Find Your Piece of Mind On Campus

0 by / on September 12, 2013, 6:20 pm / in Lifestyle

Can’t find a spot on campus to hear your friends when they speak to you, let alone even find a quiet place to hear your own thoughts through the loud noise? It is true, there are a lot more incoming freshmen this year than ever before. For the seniors, the […]

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Heated Conversations

Heated Conversations

0 by / on September 12, 2013, 6:01 pm / in News

While students battle the hot temperatures in their apartments on campus, opinions remain varied on the issues over the current ban on air conditioning units in residence halls. What has taken many on campus by surprise, however, is that air conditioning units have reportedly been banned due to them now […]

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