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Capsules of 'Molly' that people can buy at clubs and raves.

Meet The New Girl on Campus: Molly

0 by / on March 8, 2013, 6:24 pm / in News

Outside a busy nightclub, hundreds are lined up to enter one of the most popular after-hour parties in the Tri-State area. The nightclub is open until 9 in the morning, long after many night lounges have closed for the night.Club-goers glow in neon colored outfits. They are young women and […]

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Photo by Essence Rogers

Young and Married while in College

0 by / on March 6, 2013, 2:26 pm / in News

While most college students are casually dating, texting, and fornicating, a select few are taking their relationships to the next level and getting married or engaged before they graduate.Out of 20,928 undergraduates surveyed by the National Center for Education Statistics in 2008, approximately 18% reported they were married.The average national […]

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Emily’s Lit Picks – The Last Girlfriend on Earth by Simon Rich

Emily’s Lit Picks – The Last Girlfriend on Earth by Simon Rich

0 by / on March 6, 2013, 2:14 pm / in Arts

Enter into the world of “The Last Girlfriend on Earth” and you’ll find yourself stumbling through story after story of pretty interesting characters, plot twists and satirical metaphors. Sirens, trolls, cavemen and dogs are all out searching for love and humans seem even more confused and out of touch with […]

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The opening page once sees when visting Seeking Arrangement's website.

Tricks, Treats and Tuition: Are College Students Seeking Financial Aid on Dating Sites?

0 by / on March 6, 2013, 2:08 pm / in News

It can be a financial crisis and hardship to those who are not as fortunate, but still want to pursue their dreams in America. It’s become a way of life to go to school for over 12 years and then work half a lifetime. The opportunities that this country brags […]

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Athlete Of The Week: Kevin Persson

0 by / on March 6, 2013, 1:49 pm / in Sports

Kevin Persson, a senior scholar track athlete who received deans list, all MAAC, and all East recognitions, has big goals for his senior year after finishing 17th in the nation in the 500-meter dash last year. How long have you been running track and what events do you run? For […]

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The Peahens huddle during the Pink Game. Photo by Dylan Smith / Online Editor.

Play 4 Kay – Raising Awareness for Breast Cancer

0 by / on March 6, 2013, 1:43 pm / in Sports

The Saint Peter’s Women’s Basketball team played Iona College in their annual “Play 4 Kay” game in efforts to raise awareness and money for breast cancer research on Thursday, February 14th in the Yanitelli Recreation Center. Free admission, prizes, and giveaways were offered in order to pack the house for […]

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Thierry Henry, the Red Bulls' superstar striker, dons the new jersey. Photo Credit - Jamie Lisanti.

Red Bulls Unveil New 2013 Jerseys

0 by / on February 26, 2013, 10:47 am / in Sports

The New York Red Bulls unveiled their new Adidas primary kits Monday night at Pier 59 Studios in New York City, as part of Major League Soccer first Jersey Week. The club, based in Harrison, NJ, kept with their classic, clean white look for their home jerseys, and will keep the same […]

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Redefining Underage Drinking

Redefining Underage Drinking

0 by / on February 25, 2013, 8:03 am / in Opinions

My brother graduated high school in 2005. I still remember his graduation day in detail. It was an absurdly hot day in June and we had sat in the very back row of the stands to get the best view. My brother was an artist and painted the backdrop in […]

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Graphic Credit - Michelle Raghunandan

Confessions of a Shopaholic

0 by / on February 25, 2013, 8:01 am / in Opinions

Forget about the cute t-shirts at the mall and the mugs that have “I love shopping” plastered on them. Think more like obsessive compulsive purchasing and no money in your wallet. About 6% of women and 5.5% of men are compulsive buyers, according to a study from Stanford University in […]

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Photo Credit - Semiray Kasoolu

TEDx Events come to Saint Peter’s

0 by / on February 24, 2013, 9:00 am / in Science and Technology

TED videos are among the most popular videos in the internet. Available free of cost, these 20- minute averaging talks cover all different topics and themes, and many of them were organized independently by various universities and organizations around the world. On March 21, Saint Peter’s will be hosting its […]

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Letter to the Editor – Birth Control by Renee Brzyski

Letter to the Editor – Birth Control by Renee Brzyski

0 by / on February 24, 2013, 8:52 am / in Letters To The Editor

Hello, I’m just responding to the question about birth control and contraceptives… While sex is prevalent in our generation, sex is not a necessity. Therefore, I do not think that the school should be forced to provide these services to the students. In other words, I believe that if students […]

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Daryl 'DMC' McDaniels speaking to students in Roy Irving Theatre. © Dylan Smith / Online Editor

D.M.C Schools Saint Peter’s on Hip Hop

0 by / on February 24, 2013, 8:28 am / in Arts

Darryl ‘D.M.C’ McDaniels, one of Hip Hop’s greatest legends and one-third of the groundbreaking Hip Hop group, Run-D.M.C, came to St. Peter’s to illustrate the true meaning of hip hop and how it has evolved throughout the years. Run-DMC is considered one of the best hip hop groups of all […]

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Paige Vicari during a high school meet back in 2011. Photo Credit - Matt Boyle

Against All Odds – Student-Athletes Face Injuries With Courage

0 by / on February 24, 2013, 8:12 am / in Sports

Paige Vicari, a Saint Peter’s sophomore pole vaulter is jumping over long odds when it comes to her knees. When Vicari was 15 she had big hopes of playing soccer and track throughout high school and even through college. During her second year at West Depford High School she underwent […]

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Tattoos in the Black Community

Tattoos in the Black Community

0 by / on February 22, 2013, 6:00 pm / in News

Peter Rogers of Brooklyn, New York has a rare gift. He makes money by permanently putting his artwork on others, many of whom share the same culture as him. He is a black tattoo artist whose clientele is mainly black. According to Regina A. Corse, with directHarrison Interactive, a large […]

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