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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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Rise Of The Guardians – A Review

Rise Of The Guardians – A Review

0 by / on December 16, 2012, 7:47 am / in Arts

‘Here comes Santa Claus’, and about five other legendary characters that make this more than just a holiday movie! Dreamwork’s latest movie release, Rise of the Guardians finally came to theaters on Wednesday, November 21st and while there are worries over its box office profits and losses it does not […]

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The Psychology of the Holiday Season

The Psychology of the Holiday Season

0 by / on December 16, 2012, 7:45 am / in Science and Technology

Candy canes, family, greeting cards, blinding neighbors with decorative lights, fighting with the 89-year-old for the 50% off UGG boots, ahh…. the competitive spirit of Christmas. Studies have shown that the holiday season brings out the best and worst of us.   For example, there is the study by psychologist John […]

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Meet The Athlete: Jamel Fields

0 by / on December 16, 2012, 7:42 am / in Sports

Jamel Fields is a transfer student ready to make an impression on the Men’s Basketball team. Below is an interview with the young athlete and what he hopes to achieve at SPU. Pauw Wow: How long have you been playing basketball? What made you decide to pursue it in college? Jamel Fields: […]

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SGA on Their Feet for Fire and Ice Ball

SGA on Their Feet for Fire and Ice Ball

0 by / on December 16, 2012, 7:38 am / in News

Students and key administrators put on their fancy dresses, ties, and dancing shoes on November 30 for the Winter Semi-Formal. Held at Puccini’s Restaurant on West Side Avenue, the Winter Semi-Formal gave students the opportunity to enjoy fine dining, a photo booth, and of course, a DJ and a dance […]

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We Will Not Be Home For Christmas

0 by / on December 16, 2012, 7:25 am / in Variety

It’s that time of year again when loved ones will be reuniting around the Christmas tree. Memories and dinner will be shared and gift wrapping will be torn apart. Unfortunately, others will not have that chance this year. Work, distance, and family dysfunction sum up why Christmas will be different […]

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OPINION – We Had A Good Run

OPINION – We Had A Good Run

0 by / on December 16, 2012, 7:24 am / in Opinions

As I’m sure you all know, the world is going to end in a few weeks. I know there are some of you who don’t think that’s true because there’s no “scientific proof” or whatever, but there’s no scientific proof that the next “Twilight” book will be bad, but we […]

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Science Gadgets for the 2012 Holiday Season

Science Gadgets for the 2012 Holiday Season

0 by / on December 16, 2012, 7:18 am / in Science and Technology

Do It Yourself: Electronic Design & Projects Kit Projects Included: Create a 5 volt power supply Resistance for LEDs Create a light sensitive noise maker $49.99 thinkgeek.com   Bio Lite CampStove The portable camping stove/device charger converts heat from fire to electricity. The electricity is used to recharge USB-connected phones […]

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End of the World – Science vs Pseudoscience

End of the World – Science vs Pseudoscience

0 by / on December 16, 2012, 7:12 am / in Science and Technology

Among the oldest human civilizations, the Mayans built great architectures that surprise modern archaeologists. Their knowledge of astrology was great. Yet unfortunately in our times, their expertise of astrology, instead of fascinating us, has been used to instill fear – fear that the world is going to end on December […]

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EDITORIAL: Lessons Learned In The Fall

0 by / on December 16, 2012, 7:08 am / in Editorial

For anyone who’s forgotten, we’ve had a rough time of it since September. Between high turnover rates within the university, the ever-looming specter of student debt and the fear of being unemployed at graduation, as well as perhaps most notably Superstorm Sandy and her little brother the Nor’Easter, many students […]

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Legs Crossed & Hands Tied: Birth Control and Catholic Education

Legs Crossed & Hands Tied: Birth Control and Catholic Education

0 by / on December 6, 2012, 12:53 pm / in News

*-All names in the following article have been changed to protect students. I spent my childhood in pleated skirts and knee socks, attending mass on every Holy Day of Obligation, and studying for catechism class. My mother pointed to the Virgin Mary as the perfect example of a woman for […]

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