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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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New Coach, New Season, New Attitude – From Last Place to First Place: Saint Peter’s Softball Team Wants a MAAC Championship

New Coach, New Season, New Attitude – From Last Place to First Place: Saint Peter’s Softball Team Wants a MAAC Championship

0 by / on January 15, 2014, 11:53 am / in Sports

Finishing 9-45 overall last season, the Saint Peter’s University softball team is off to a new start for the 2014 season with new head coach, Ken Passante. Passante, who has prior experience as an athletic director, assistant and head coach, was announced as the new head for Saint Peter’s softball […]

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Creating A Better You In The New Year

Creating A Better You In The New Year

0 by / on January 15, 2014, 11:53 am / in Lifestyle

The New Year has approached and it’s time to set new goals. 2014 is the year to reinvent yourself for a better you. This may include searching for an internship or having high expectations for post-graduation.  Self-motivation is fundamental so one can remain positive through obstacles endured by failure. Many […]

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D.I.Y. New Year’s Resolutions

D.I.Y. New Year’s Resolutions

0 by / on January 15, 2014, 11:53 am / in Lifestyle

New Year, new YOU. Below are some guides on how to become more organized, stylish, and healthier than you were in 2013! Organization  Use Google Calendar and add due dates, meetings, and social dates to your calendar. Sync the calendar to your iPhone and receive alerts so that you’re always […]

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Why Switzerland Is Cooler Than Us

Why Switzerland Is Cooler Than Us

0 by / on January 15, 2014, 11:53 am / in Opinions

Switzerland is holding a public referendum after a truck dumped eight million coins — one for every citizen — outside the Parliament building on October 4. Along with the coins were 125,000 signatures petitioning for every Swiss citizen, no matter how old or young or rich or poor, to be […]

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Five D.I.Y. Christmas Gifts in Five Steps or Less

Five D.I.Y. Christmas Gifts in Five Steps or Less

0 by / on December 22, 2013, 2:01 pm / in Lifestyle

Here are five sentimental D.I.Y. Christmas gifts that will surely avoid that awkward, “It’s just what I wanted!” … when in actuality, that’s not what you wanted moment on Christmas morning. 1. Instagram Coasters: This gift is great for that one friend who is Instagram-obsessed and loves to document moments […]

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WSPR Sees Revitalization with New Station in Student Center

WSPR Sees Revitalization with New Station in Student Center

0 by / on December 22, 2013, 1:22 pm / in Arts

Saint Peter’s University’s student-led radio station, WSPR, celebrated its grand opening November 20 at the Mac Mahon Student Center. The brand new station is estimated to cost nearly $250,000. Staying true to the school’s Jesuit beliefs, Father Mark T. DeStephano began with a live streamed blessing followed by the ribbon-cutting […]

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Lit Picks – Books of the Year

0 by / on December 22, 2013, 1:11 pm / in Arts

Christmas wish lists and resolutions may be flooding your mind but what do you plan to do once the hectic holidays are done with? There’s only 3 weeks to relax with a break from college studies before the spring semester and 2014 start to take their toll. With the new […]

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Christmas Customs

Christmas Customs

0 by / on December 22, 2013, 1:03 pm / in Lifestyle

With Christmas right around the corner, there are many different customs and traditions associated with the holiday and there are also many special events which take place in celebration of the day and time of year. “Some holiday traditions that I participate in are spending Christmas Eve with my extended […]

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Jersey City Holiday Shopping for Cheap

Jersey City Holiday Shopping for Cheap

0 by / on December 22, 2013, 12:59 pm / in Lifestyle

Another Man’s Treasure - 353 Grove Street  This little shop in Jersey City was established in 2006. Another Man’s Treasure is a vintage store with many varieties of vintage fashions, accessories, shoes and jewelry for both men and women. The vintage clothes range from the 1900-1980′s and it won’t break your […]

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Avoid The Extra Pounds This Holiday Season

Avoid The Extra Pounds This Holiday Season

0 by / on December 22, 2013, 12:51 pm / in Lifestyle

The holiday season in America is generally considered the day after Thanksgiving – or the holiday itself – until New Year’s Eve. This is the time where people spend the most time together with their friends and family, whether it be going home for a week or two or just […]

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