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Sex On Campus

Sex On Campus

0 by / on February 8, 2013, 6:16 pm / in Opinions

Sex on campus is a very controversial topic, however, isn’t it what so many college students talk about? With the popularity of college films such as American Pie, How High, and Stomp the Yard, anyone with eyes could see that many college students are having sexual relationships with other students. […]

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The cast of 'God of Carnage' performing in Roy Irving Theatre. The production is directed by students Garvey Potter and Helene McGavin. PHOTO CREDIT: Taty Lopez

‘God of Carnage’ Cast Shine Despite Delays

0 by / on February 8, 2013, 6:05 pm / in Arts

On February 7th at 7pm in Roy Irving Theater, Saint Peter’s University held “God of Carnage”. Bravo and Brava to Garvey Potter and Helene McGavin for directing this play!  The play was free, but I would have payed admission to watch this excellent production. The play begins with two sets […]

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‘Go Red’ for Female Heart Disease Awareness

‘Go Red’ for Female Heart Disease Awareness

0 by / on February 8, 2013, 5:43 pm / in News

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. With all these hearts around, it’s amazing that women are forgetting about the most important heart of all, their own. Saint Peter’s celebrated “Go Red” on Friday, February 1st in Jazzman’s Cafeteria.  Heart Disease is the number one killer of women noted by […]

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Editorial: Out With The Old, And…

Editorial: Out With The Old, And…

0 by / on February 8, 2013, 4:40 pm / in Editorial

This week’s edition of the Pauw Wow is really special. Not only is it totally sexy with its new layout, but it’s also backed up by a totally sexy new online edition. But beauty is only skin deep, which is why the content of this edition is the sexiest aspect […]

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Crystal Lopez, ResLife’s New Assistant Director, Comes to Saint Peter’s

Crystal Lopez, ResLife’s New Assistant Director, Comes to Saint Peter’s

1 by / on February 8, 2013, 4:30 pm / in News

The Office of Residence life has recently made a new addition to its staff. Crystal Lopez has just been hired as the Assistant Director and she is eager to get the department back on track. Lopez attended Rutgers University in Newark for her undergraduate degree as well as her masters, […]

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Swimming and Diving Celebrate Senior Day

Swimming and Diving Celebrate Senior Day

0 by / on February 8, 2013, 4:01 pm / in Sports

For four years, the seniors of the Saint Peter’s University men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams have called the Yanitelli Center pool their home. On Saturday, February 2, after countless early morning practices and over 20 hours in the pool a week, the eleven graduating seniors competed in their […]

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Emily’s Lit Picks – The Hangman’s Daughter By Oliver Pötzsch

Emily’s Lit Picks – The Hangman’s Daughter By Oliver Pötzsch

0 by / on February 8, 2013, 3:46 pm / in Arts

17th Century Germany in the secluded village of Schongau, Bavaria. This is the setting for Oliver Potzsch’s book The Hangman’s Daughter; the first book in his A Hangman’s Daughter Tale series. Town hangman/executioner Jakob Kuisl is seen as more of a necessity than a person in Schongau. To be a […]

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Emily’s Lit Picks – After Midnight By Teresa Medeiros

Emily’s Lit Picks – After Midnight By Teresa Medeiros

0 by / on February 8, 2013, 3:37 pm / in Arts

“Our Sister’s Marrying a Vampire” – Not exactly a common problem, is it? Caroline Cabot dedicated her entire life to raising her two younger sisters. So when the time had come for Vivienne Cabot to marry into a better life, Caroline had no qualms whatsoever. Adrian Kane seemed perfect for […]

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Desi Washington on the court during one of the recent intense games in the Men's Basketball season.

The Unveiling of Character – Men’s Basketball

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

“The returners had a bad taste in their mouth,” Head Coach John Dunne expressed as he explained this year’s transition from last season’s losing record. The Peacocks ended last year’s season with a 5-26 record. Last year the squad suffered from injuries, a lack of size, and a small roster. […]

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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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Photo Credit - Bill Cosby

Bill Cosby Comes to Saint Peter’s PAC

0 by / on December 16, 2012, 8:03 am / in Arts

It was a damp Friday night as people stood outside St. Aedan, the Saint Peter’s Church, waiting in line to see Bill Cosby. The audience was filled with excitement and did not let the rain ruin the amazing show to come. Those who attended included many long-time fans, ecstatic to […]

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GALLERY: Student Artists Shine in Gallery Opening

0 by / on December 16, 2012, 7:58 am / in Arts, News

On November 29, Saint Peter’s students put together a photography show in Rankin Hall, featuring Alan Binstock, Barry Schmetter, DB Stoval, and Christopher Brady. The front of the gallery takes viewers on a short journey through their own perception of how each artist sorts through what life presents them. The […]

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Top 5 Holiday Films You Must See

Top 5 Holiday Films You Must See

0 by / on December 16, 2012, 7:51 am / in Arts

It’s that time of year again! Time to dish out money on lavish gifts for your loved ones and get dragged to boring, holiday parties. Before the festivities officially commence, take some time out of your busy schedule to indulge in some holiday movies that will definitely get you into […]

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A Holiday Gift-Giving Guide

0 by / on December 16, 2012, 7:49 am / in Arts

The holidays are here. It’s a time to spend your days with family and friends, experience new holiday memories, and reminiscence on old ones. The holiday season is the busiest time for shopping: getting a gift for a neighbor, boss, friend, or family member might be tricky. Here are three […]

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