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Be Happy, Be SOUL Full – D’s Soul Full Cafe

Be Happy, Be SOUL Full – D’s Soul Full Cafe

0 by / on April 11, 2014, 5:57 pm / in Lifestyle

D’s Soul Full Cafe is one of my favorite breakfast spots and it’s conveniently located right around the block from my apartment. “My partner Dwight Thompson began cooking here in 2005 when it was still called Josh & Ives. In 2006, he bought the place and began to expand the […]

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Steven Fulop Butts Heads with Loews Volunteers

Steven Fulop Butts Heads with Loews Volunteers

0 by / on March 25, 2014, 6:51 pm / in News

Mayor Steve Fulop, who took office last July, has a long list of improvements planned for Jersey City: reducing criminal recidivism, expanding pre-kindergarten educational facilities, and sponsoring more public art. He also has plans to improve Journal Square, notably the Loew’s Theater. In order to make the changes he wants, […]

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Why College Isn’t Fun Any More

Why College Isn’t Fun Any More

0 by / on March 20, 2014, 11:33 am / in News

Saint Peter’s University Financial Aid Office is buried inside its enrollment services and has no windows. There’s a waiting room with no magazines and plastic chairs that I have been spending way too much time sitting in this past week. The receptionist picks up the phone again to call my […]

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En Route To MAAC, Peahens Triumphs Niagara

En Route To MAAC, Peahens Triumphs Niagara

0 by / on March 19, 2014, 9:16 pm / in Sports

In their last home game of the season, the men of Saint Peter’s basketball defeated Niagara University, 71-67, March 2nd at the Yanitelli Center.  This win marks St. Peter’s 4th consecutive victory as they head into the MAAC conference. In the first half, the Peahens took an early lead after […]

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Rebecca White, Director of Operations and Features Editor at Narratively presenting at the College Media Association conference on the issues women face in media.

I’m Not a B**ch, I’m a Journalist

0 by / on March 19, 2014, 9:05 pm / in Opinions

I spent my last college spring break at media conferences while a majority of my friends soaked up the sun on the beaches of Cancun and Miami. I attended the College Media Association (CMA) conference in New York City along with a few of our other editors. We went to […]

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Folkin’ Around At The Lamp Post

Folkin’ Around At The Lamp Post

0 by / on March 19, 2014, 8:58 pm / in Arts

Tucked in the corner of a small bar and grill on Second Street in Jersey City, NJ, is a three-piece band called O’Dea, Conte, & Trotta (working title) that is keeping the place lively and the crowd happy with their Americana/folk styled music.  The band features Ken Trotta on the […]

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Lit-Picks: Books from the O’Toole Library

Lit-Picks: Books from the O’Toole Library

0 by / on March 19, 2014, 8:54 pm / in Arts

As college students, not all of us are equipped with the budget to constantly spend big bucks on books. More and more, I am turning to the 0.50 cent and $1.00 clearance book carts outside of bookshops and frequently visiting libraries to get my reading fix. From Saint Peter’s, there’s […]

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Calm Down! Seven Ways To Deal With Stress While In College

Calm Down! Seven Ways To Deal With Stress While In College

0 by / on March 19, 2014, 8:40 pm / in Lifestyle

I just came out of midterms, so it is only sensible to go back and look at the spiritual practices that worked for me during the week. This does not mean that we should limit our meditation practices to only during times of stress, but what I mean to say […]

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College Media Association’s Spring National Convention 2014: 5 Ways To Land An Internship in the Media World

College Media Association’s Spring National Convention 2014: 5 Ways To Land An Internship in the Media World

0 by / on March 19, 2014, 8:17 pm / in Lifestyle

Student Media If you’re a freshman interested in writing for a magazine or newspaper one day, you must join your university’s newspaper! Your journey of experience needs to be enforced freshman year. Getting involved in the media at your university is a great way to prepare yourself for the hardships […]

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Many female students participated in the Women's Voices event, reading work or presenting their respective theses in their field. Many faculty participated, as well.

Saint Peter’s Women Raise Voices for Women’s History Month

0 by / on March 19, 2014, 8:08 pm / in News

The month of March is Women’s History Month. In celebration of women everywhere, the 7th Annual Women’s Voices was held on Wednesday March 5th in the Emeritus Room in Pope Hall. Dr. Marilyn Cohen, Director of Women’s Studies at Saint Peter’s University helped organize the event. Faculty and students minoring […]

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‘A Disabled Campus’ – Denton Stargel Responds

‘A Disabled Campus’ – Denton Stargel Responds

0 by / on March 12, 2014, 8:42 pm / in News

In the 1st Issue for the Spring 2014 semester, a piece titled A Disabled Campus? was published. It focused on the topic of accessibility and availability of services for disabled members of campus and if any future changes would be made to further accommodate those members. Wheelchair accessible entrances, ramps […]

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A Guide to Meditation As Told by an Editor

A Guide to Meditation As Told by an Editor

0 by / on March 12, 2014, 8:38 pm / in Lifestyle

As college has challenged students’ levels of anxiety, students often do not take time to find a method to get a bit of peace. In the midst of our hectic lives, we juggle multiple tasks, such as school work, sports, extracurricular, and/or a job (or two). This is when meditation […]

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Netflix Horror Finds – The InnKeepers

Netflix Horror Finds – The InnKeepers

0 by / on March 12, 2014, 8:32 pm / in Arts

Long, twisting corridors. Rows of identical doors shut tight to the outside world. Disembodied voices floating through the empty hallways at night. And, of course, the distinct awareness that you’re not alone. The others are all around you. Maybe you catch glimpses of them hurrying down a stairwell or disappearing […]

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Safe Sex- How To Be Safe & Feel Comfortable

Safe Sex- How To Be Safe & Feel Comfortable

0 by / on March 12, 2014, 8:29 pm / in Lifestyle

Let’s face it: whether we’re fantasizing about it, talking about it, thinking about it or even doing it, sex is a part of everyday life. It’s nothing to be ashamed of; it’s in our make-up as humans. Whether it’s for pleasure or for it’s genetic purpose, sex is a big […]

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