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Emily’s Lit-Picks: From Novel to Film

Emily’s Lit-Picks: From Novel to Film

0 by / on February 12, 2014, 1:05 pm / in Arts

Hollywood’s always looked to literary works for ideas on the next big film franchise. The biggest blockbusters have their roots in the pages of a novel or the art of a comic. This year there’s a bigger number of films being released that readers already know by name.  So here […]

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College Athletes Combat in the NCAA Arena

College Athletes Combat in the NCAA Arena

0 by / on February 1, 2014, 2:39 pm / in Sports

Excessive training throughout the years can end an athlete’s professional career before it even begins. The football player who started in pee wee leagues at the age of five or seven, played recreational football, high school, and college football is likely to have multiple minor injuries that can later develop […]

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DIY Super Bowl Party

DIY Super Bowl Party

0 by / on February 1, 2014, 2:28 pm / in Lifestyle

On a scale of one to Richard Sherman, how excited are you for a New Jersey Super Bowl? Here are some DIY ideas and tips for the perfect Super Bowl party. Make Your Own Foam Finger Draw the outline of a foam finger design onto a 8/12” x 11” paper […]

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My Home Number 10

My Home Number 10

0 by / on February 1, 2014, 2:23 pm / in Opinions

Most people have one home, some have two, but in my fourth year here at Saint Peter’s University, I have started to notice that I have three. My first home is the place where I live and where I send my Amazon packages. My family lives there, I sleep there, […]

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Sleep Deprivation Causes Weight Gain In College Students

Sleep Deprivation Causes Weight Gain In College Students

0 by / on January 30, 2014, 11:42 am / in Lifestyle

We hear many times that it is important for your health. On average, most college students are sleeping five to six hours a night. And research is now showing that sleep deprivation in college students has been linked to weight gain.  College students are notoriously known for having poor sleeping […]

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Jenna Carbin, is a sophomore on the Peacocks swim team who suffered a work-related injury, affecting her time as a swimmer.

Playing Through the Pain: A Look into Athletes Competing Injured

0 by / on January 30, 2014, 11:38 am / in Sports

In any given sport, an athlete knows the risk of getting hurt.  At any point in a game, an athlete can sustain injuries ranging from a sore back to a broken bone.  However, those who are injured tend to not properly rest and recuperate. According to the NATA (National Athletic […]

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The End of Equality on the Internet

The End of Equality on the Internet

1 by / on January 29, 2014, 12:00 pm / in News

If you visit a site like Tumblr or scroll through some WordPress blogs, you notice that a lot of people at the other end of your internet connection don’t fit your notion of normal. Members of minority ethnic groups, people with disabilities, and others who don’t fit into mainstream media […]

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Emily’s Lit Picks – The Deep Freeze

Emily’s Lit Picks – The Deep Freeze

0 by / on January 29, 2014, 11:54 am / in Arts

This deep freeze has brought us snow, arctic temperatures, and wind chills that would make anyone just want to lock themselves inside with hot cocoa and several blankets. It’s that time of year when we begin desperately hoping for spring weather, and more importantly, summer. While the warm and sunny […]

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Photo Credit - The Jersey Journal. Christian Giraldo, 20, of Harrison appears in Central Judicial Processing on possession and distribution of child porn charges on Jan. 24, 2014.

Saint Peter’s Student Charged With Possession of Child Porn

0 by / on January 26, 2014, 5:05 pm / in News

January 26th, 2013 – Christian Giraldo, 20, a student at Saint Peter’s University, was charged with “possession and distribution of child pornography,” according to a report by The Jersey Journal on January 24th, 2013. According to The Jersey Journal, police say that they found “five photographs of children ‘engaging in […]

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Photo Credit - Saint Peter's University

Saint Peter’s Aims to Help Those With Hunger

0 by / on January 26, 2014, 4:44 pm / in News

With estimates that over forty-percent of the food in America ends up being thrown away, many students and faculty at Saint Peter’s University have come together to push an effort to bring new innovations to help those in need to the Jersey City campus. Erich Sekel, the Associate Director of […]

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“A Disabled Campus?”

“A Disabled Campus?”

0 by / on January 15, 2014, 11:55 am / in News

For most members of the Saint Peter’s University Campus, getting to class from building to building is just an everyday routine, but to others it is a daily struggle. Wheelchair ramps, automatic doors, accessible elevators and wheelchair accessible signs are all vital to accommodating persons with physical disabilities, but this […]

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Transitioning to America as an International Student

Transitioning to America as an International Student

0 by / on January 15, 2014, 11:55 am / in News

JERSEY CITY — Coming from a third world country, many young people would have never imagined that their dreams would eventually come true in the United States. Meet Carlos A. Suarez, the goalie for the Saint Peter’s University men’s soccer team and currently a Risk Management graduate student. Suarez was […]

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Regional Bike Share Initiative Rolls Out

Regional Bike Share Initiative Rolls Out

0 by / on January 15, 2014, 11:55 am / in News

Jersey City tourists on bicycles capitalize on the boardwalks of Liberty State Park with the Statue of Liberty behind them, or gliding through the Newport Financial Centers, framed by the iconic skyline of New York City. But the everyday population of commuters and delivery persons have also relied on bikes, […]

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Construction In Dinnen Hall Progresses With Student Opinion Divided

Construction In Dinnen Hall Progresses With Student Opinion Divided

0 by / on January 15, 2014, 11:54 am / in News

It’s a bit hard to go unnoticed as the sounds of heavy machinery fill the air during the day and the quad between the library, McDermott Hall, Gannon Hall, and Dineen Hall literally becomes a literal construction site. The result, however, is going to worth all of it, according to […]

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