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Show Me the Money

0 by / on April 13, 2013, 11:50 am / in News

Everyone can remember their first job, for some it was working at the mall, supermarket, or maybe some fast food chain. It was a place that you loved or hated, but more often than not it was a job that probably have paid minimum wage. In the ever changing economy, […]

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The Over-Worked Student

0 by / on April 13, 2013, 11:50 am / in News

It is a truth universally acknowledged that college students are going to fall asleep in class sometimes. Professors shouldn’t always be mad about this, though, because these days, students are more likely to have written a paper overnight after working at a job all day than they are to have […]

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Is Saint Peter’s Really Prepared for an Emergency?

0 by / on April 13, 2013, 11:25 am / in News

Buildings were dark with the lack of power. The streets were flooded. A window in Murray Hall was shattered by a thrown bottle. Students were screaming in the streets, dancing and playing football. It was a scene of utter chaos on the Saint Peter’s University campus after Hurricane Sandy brought […]

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Catholic Church Has New Leader: Jesuit, Pope Francis

0 by / on April 11, 2013, 6:33 pm / in News

Hundreds of thousands of people stood anxiously outside the Vatican in Rome, Italy on March 13, 2013. Their eyes fixated upon the red curtain, apprehensive to see who would emerge as their new pope after the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI. Finally, the red curtain opened. The Catholic Church rejoiced […]

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Can You Hear Me Now?

0 by / on April 10, 2013, 11:09 pm / in News

Students shaking their phones in the air and getting gradually frustrated by the failed text alerts is a common sight among people on the Saint Peter’s University campus. The four major cell phone network carriers, T-Mobile, AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon, pride themselves on their fantastic coverage throughout the United States, […]

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Emily’s Lit Picks: The Fault in Our Stars By John Green

0 by / on April 10, 2013, 1:29 pm / in Arts

By now, many readers have at least heard of The Fault in our Stars, the YA novel by New York Times best-selling author John Green. Written in January of 2012, it has become one of John Green’s most beloved and appreciated books – mostly because of it’s two main characters, […]

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Missing the Mountains

0 by / on April 10, 2013, 12:32 pm / in Opinions

There I was, driving down an unfamiliar highway heading to see a specialist I had never met before. Facing the unknown makes me incredibly nervous so this entire journey was as emotionally exhausting as it was physically. After about an hour, I finally reached a tall building with a parking […]

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Governor Florio Comes to St. Peter’s Urging for Stricter Gun Control

0 by / on April 10, 2013, 12:48 am / in News

Former NJ Governor, James Florio, was invited to hold a discussion on gun violence in light of the Newtown tragedy at St. Peter’s University on Wednesday, January 30th in Roy Irving Theater. The governor’s proposals for gun control were heard at the event which had a very successful turnout that […]

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Cleaning Up – New Outsourcing Leaves Maintenance Seeing Pros & Cons

0 by / on April 9, 2013, 1:44 pm / in News

In his time at Saint Peter’s University, Noel Diaz didn’t think that, after years of dedicated service as a General Maintenance employee, he faced the possibility of going from happily employed to both homeless and unemployed in a span of only a few weeks. That situation almost became a reality […]

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Emily’s Lit Picks: Sirens By Janet Fox

0 by / on April 9, 2013, 11:48 am / in Arts

“Despite the suffrage, despite the rise of the flapper, despite the fact that women could work, could live independent lives, despite our being able to fling off corsets and adopt comfortable clothing, despite all our modern conveniences, not much had changed for women.” Describing the tale of two moths forever […]

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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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