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PS4: New Console, New Controller, and All New Promises

0 by / on April 9, 2013, 11:02 am / in Arts

Gamers have continued to witness the vast changes within the gaming world. Portable game systems are no longer a concept from the past, consoles are now sleek and designed to handle more than just gaming and the games themselves have become even more cutting-edge; the graphics more stunning, the character designs more lifelike and the possibilities of ‘who,where, what […]

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Faculty Profile – Dr. Patricia Redden

0 by / on April 9, 2013, 10:35 am / in News

You don’t normally find a dog’s travel crate or scattered dog toys on a professor’s office floor, but Dr. Patricia Redden, a chemistry professor at Saint Peter’s, does, in fact, have them. A white gate blocks her office entrance and a small plastic bag of dog treats is placed on […]

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Skipping Class? It’ll Cost You

Skipping Class? It’ll Cost You

0 by / on April 9, 2013, 10:24 am / in News

Next time you decide to roll over and stay in bed instead of going to class – think again. Hitting the snooze button or ditching a lecture to enjoy a warm, sunny afternoon costs college students more than just an absence or a missed assignment. For a full-time, undergraduate, day […]

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Code Blue Blues

0 by / on April 9, 2013, 10:12 am / in Sports

Put on your blue shirts because it’s time to support the university’s athletes! Or is it? For every team each season, Saint Peter’s University Athletics have what is called a ‘Code Blue’ game. It is a mandatory event for all Saint Peter’s athletes, in which they put on blue shirts […]

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Emily’s Lit Picks – ‘Lucia! Lucia!’ By Adriana Trigiani

0 by / on April 8, 2013, 7:12 pm / in Arts

A classic tale of romance, family duty and life-altering choices, topped with true sacrifices and consequence. Lucia,Lucia is centered around the life of a stylish, confident career-girl named Lucia (yes, that’s where the book title comes in) from 1950’s New York when opportunities in career seemed endless for ambitious young women such as Lucia, but […]

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Strong Body and an Even Stronger Mind

0 by / on April 8, 2013, 6:39 pm / in Lifestyle

An analysis about inner peace, loving oneself and personal growth. How can we achieve the best that we can with all this stress? There are ways to help better ourselves to be the best we can be. As students, we endure economic troubles, finals, projects, and crazy work hours that […]

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Outer Beauty, Inner Struggle

0 by / on April 8, 2013, 6:20 pm / in Lifestyle

It is not uncommon that a prominent and notable magazine publication may annually post a list of the world’s most desirable people: men and women who possess impeccable features that “exemplify” what true physical beauty really is. These images are ubiquitous and are virtually everywhere. The youth of today are […]

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Celebrating the Beautiful Minds of Inspirational Women

0 by / on April 8, 2013, 5:44 pm / in News

In honor of Women’s History Month, the Women’s Studies department and F.O.C.U.S (Females on Campus United in Solidarity) held the fifth annual ‘Celebrating Women’s Voices of Saint Peter’s’ event on March 6th in Pope Hall’s Emeritus room.  The presenters, who included St. Peter’s students and staff, displayed works of art, […]

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The Freshman Fifteen

0 by / on April 8, 2013, 5:27 pm / in Lifestyle

Since March is National Nutrition Month, it is important to bring to everyone’s attention a topic that many of us have struggled with or are currently struggling with: the dreaded Freshman Fifteen. According to recent studies, college freshmen gain an excess amount of weight during their first year of college […]

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Curiosity and Other-World Exploration Collide at the Liberty Science Center

0 by / on April 8, 2013, 5:13 pm / in Arts

A famous and curious monkey has joined forces with a certain Navi to educate and amaze, both are part of the new exhibitions at Liberty Science Center that recently opened to the public. “When they see the projection their jaws drop,” says John C., a volunteer at Liberty Science Center. […]

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A Balancing Act – Students Participate in ROTC program at NJIT

0 by / on March 14, 2013, 9:22 am / in News

It’s 4:45 a.m and after a long day of classes, a late night of homework, and the stress of midterms coming up, an alarm clock is the last thing any college student would want to hear. Pressing snooze is out of question even though the thought of traveling to New […]

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Online Evaluations See High Returns, But Require Incentives for Student Input

0 by / on March 14, 2013, 9:07 am / in News

St. Peter’s University beat the national average of 53% turnout for online evaluations, with a 74% turnout in the Fall of 2012 (CAS/SBA). In the Fall of 2011 semester, evaluation turnouts were 79% (CAS/SBA), which means there was a five percent decrease. Nevertheless, the high turnout for online evaluations deserves […]

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Is Your Password “Password”? – Ways to Improve Online Safety

0 by / on March 14, 2013, 8:52 am / in News

If you thought staying safe in real life made you paranoid, think again. In the world of cyberspace, you are just one pop-up and one click away from being doomed with a virus or identity theft. The faster technology develops, the more people will have access to the internet, and […]

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One, Two, Three-Peat – Women’s Track Score MAAC Win

0 by / on March 14, 2013, 8:41 am / in Sports

Three consecutive MAAC Championships equals three amazing and triumphant victories for the Saint Peter’s Women’s Track & Field team. What some people do not know is that they have won both indoor and outdoor championships for the past two years. So you can say that they have five championships. Although […]

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