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Saint Peter’s Students Donate Blood During A Time of Need

Saint Peter’s Students Donate Blood During A Time of Need

0 by / on March 12, 2014, 8:25 pm / in News

With the barrage of reports calling for snow throughout this winter, many people have been displaced, left without resources, or had difficulties as simple yet troubling as a difficult commute to either school or work. However, there’s one resource hit hard by intruding weather that many don’t realize – blood. […]

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Campus Opens Grab-n-Go Food and Clothes Pantry

Campus Opens Grab-n-Go Food and Clothes Pantry

0 by / on March 12, 2014, 8:19 pm / in News

On a cold and snowy Saturday afternoon, Erich Sekel, the Associate Director of Campus Ministry, and two Saint Peter’s students took time out of their afternoon to manage the University’s Grab-n-Go Food and Clothes Pantry for the homeless. Senior DaiShawn Kemp and Junior Sergio Neiza are regular Campus Ministry volunteers […]

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The Delayed Diploma – A Look Into Graduation Rates

The Delayed Diploma – A Look Into Graduation Rates

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

“Wait, I thought you graduated already,” is a common statement among Saint Peter’s University students. Around the hallways it seems that there are many faces that overstayed their intended four-years and hanging around for an extra semester or two. The opposite problem is also true: with faces often disappearing before […]

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Service Learning Class Brings Red Hand Day to SPU

Service Learning Class Brings Red Hand Day to SPU

0 by / on March 12, 2014, 8:08 pm / in News

It’s Wednesday at noon, and the doors of the Student Center are streaming with people as usual. But on February 12, these streams were mitigated by members of the course Special Topics in History, a service learning class. These students asked the incomers to dip their hands in red paint […]

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The Saint Peter’s Burn Book

The Saint Peter’s Burn Book

0 by / on March 12, 2014, 8:05 pm / in Opinions

Remember Regina George’s “Burn Book” in the 2004 movie Mean Girls? Remember its awful, defaming contents scribbled on each page by a popular, wealthy, yet miserable teenager whose life eventually crumbled before her very eyes right before prom. Now, remember Cady Heron, the innocent offspring of two zoologists who had […]

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Stage Fright – Legends from the Roy Irving Theatre

Stage Fright – Legends from the Roy Irving Theatre

3 by / on February 12, 2014, 5:29 pm / in Arts

It’s that bubbling, nauseous sensation in the pit of your stomach, the awful, anxious awareness of hundreds of eyes resting squarely on you. But then your scene, your speech, your song ends, and you flee into the relative safety of the wings, hiding offstage with adrenaline pumping through your veins. […]

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Tiffany Hansen, a junior on the cheerleading team, at a recent Peacocks basketball game.

Pom Poms and Catastrophic Injuries

0 by / on February 12, 2014, 5:20 pm / in Sports

Cheerleading is not considered a sport by the NCAA, but it causes the most catastrophic injuries among women more than any other sport. The American Academy of Pediatrics released a report in 2012 that concussion rates among cheerleaders increased by 26% from 1998 to 2008. Although these concussion rates are […]

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Hala Mostafa (14) surveys her surroundings to find the best approach to score.

Peacocks Fall to Hawks on Home Turf

0 by / on February 12, 2014, 5:11 pm / in Sports

The women of Saint Peter’s basketball fell to Monmouth University, 52-41, during their January 30th home game at the Yanitelli Center.  This marked Saint Peter’s 5th straight loss, with their last victory being back in January against Niagara 87-80. In the first half, the Peahens started out strong with a […]

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Meet Sister Symphorosa Imbori: One of SPU’s Newest Graduate Students

Meet Sister Symphorosa Imbori: One of SPU’s Newest Graduate Students

0 by / on February 12, 2014, 5:05 pm / in News

Each year at Saint Peter’s University, the school welcomes many new undergraduate and graduate students. The university has 7 graduate programs: Accountancy, Business, Criminal Justice, Data Science, Education, Nursing, and Strategic Communication. During the past academic year, Sister Symphorosa Imbori was welcomed to the Graduate Education program. Sister Symphorosa Imbori […]

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Grownup Problems: How and Why You Should File Your Taxes

Grownup Problems: How and Why You Should File Your Taxes

0 by / on February 12, 2014, 5:00 pm / in News

For kids, taxes are shrouded in mystery. The word doesn’t mean much besides crabby parents. But as college students, many of us are now toeing the line between childhood and adulthood. The many processes we’re now learning includes filing our taxes. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, 36% […]

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All My Single Ladies!…And Gentlemen

All My Single Ladies!…And Gentlemen

0 by / on February 12, 2014, 2:14 pm / in Lifestyle

Are you one of those people who dread the sight of all the pink hearts, giant teddy bears, and copious amounts of chocolate around this time of year? Does being single on Valentine’s Day put a damper on your day? If that’s the case, leave the chick flicks and boxes […]

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Fashion Goes For Gold At the Sochi Winter Games

Fashion Goes For Gold At the Sochi Winter Games

0 by / on February 12, 2014, 2:10 pm / in Lifestyle

Principle 6 is a campaign inspired by the values of the Olympic Charter and was created for athletes, spectators, and global supporters to celebrate non-discrimination at the Olympics including anti- LGBT Russian laws. Although it is illegal to speak publicly about gay, lesbian, bi, or transexual issues in Russia, the […]

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The Bar Scene: DC’s Tavern

The Bar Scene: DC’s Tavern

0 by / on February 12, 2014, 1:48 pm / in Lifestyle

It’s just a quick #87 bus ride from Journal Sq and trip down the elevator on Congress Street if you’re leaving from campus. It’s a divine little spot on 505 8th St in Hoboken known as DC’s–one of my favorite spots in my hometown. “If you’re into the Hoboken bar/club […]

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D.I.Y. Valentine’s Day Gifts

D.I.Y. Valentine’s Day Gifts

0 by / on February 12, 2014, 1:29 pm / in Lifestyle

Chocolates, teddy bears, bouquet of roses. Doesn’t this all sound familiar? Every year on Valentine’s Day people run to department stores to buy the same gifts for their significant other that a ton of other people buy too. This Valentine’s Day, make your gift truly one from the heart and […]

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