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Human Trafficking Rises as Super Bowl XLVIII Approaches

Human Trafficking Rises as Super Bowl XLVIII Approaches

0 by / on December 22, 2013, 12:42 pm / in News

Imagine you have a daughter and she is 12 years old. She meets a teenage boy online and agrees to meet him at a local mall. When she arrives at the mall, she discovers he is a 24-year-old man. This man kidnaps her, takes her across state lines, and controls […]

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Peacocks Upset the Seton Hall Pirates

Peacocks Upset the Seton Hall Pirates

0 by / on December 15, 2013, 5:34 pm / in Sports

The Saint Peter’s Peacocks win in Seton Hall Pirates territory at the Prudential Center,  Desi Washington sank a 3-pointer with less than 5 seconds remaining in overtime to win the non-conference game. The first half started off slow for the Peacocks. The Pirates sporting an aggressive attitude were able to […]

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Lights, Camera, Action! – Saint Peter’s Launches Film Institute

Lights, Camera, Action! – Saint Peter’s Launches Film Institute

0 by / on November 23, 2013, 3:32 pm / in News

Your actors are ready and the stage is set.  The camera is recording and the sound is cued.  All that is left is to say those three famous words that will set everything in motion. In the world of filming, one’s idea is translated into a motion picture viewed by […]

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Thanksgiving Traditions Passed On

Thanksgiving Traditions Passed On

0 by / on November 23, 2013, 3:27 pm / in Lifestyle

While most American families have a turkey on their table for Thanksgiving other cultures keep the traditions of their ethnic background alive by having different foods appropriate to their culture.  Alex Lopez, a student of Puerto Rican heritage, says her family has turkey for Thanksgiving, along with pernil, which is […]

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D.I.Y. Holiday Edition – Stuffing Is For The Birds

D.I.Y. Holiday Edition – Stuffing Is For The Birds

0 by / on November 23, 2013, 2:59 pm / in Lifestyle

The more you pile on your plate, the more pounds you’re likely to gain. According to the Calorie Control Council, the average American consumes 4,500 calories and 229 grams of fat just from a Thanksgiving Day meal, which doesn’t include snacks or second servings. This means that some of us […]

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Women’s Basketball Team Lose Home Opener to Brown

Women’s Basketball Team Lose Home Opener to Brown

0 by / on November 23, 2013, 2:48 pm / in Sports

Jersey City, N.J.- The Saint Peter’s women’s basketball team lost their home opener to Brown University on Saturday, 64-52. The Yanitelli Center was filled with students, family members, and professors who cheered on the Saint Peter’s women’s basketball team for their first home game. Saint Peter’s came off to a […]

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Swimming and Diving Aim for Big Splash

Swimming and Diving Aim for Big Splash

0 by / on November 23, 2013, 2:43 pm / in Sports

The Saint Peter’s University women’s and men’s swimming & diving teams expect to make a huge splash for their up-and-coming season. Finishing off last season placing in 4th for the men’s team and 5th for the women’s team in the MAAC Competition, they are working hard in practice to hopefully […]

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Peacocks Beat Siena on Senior Day

Peacocks Beat Siena on Senior Day

0 by / on November 23, 2013, 2:39 pm / in Sports

The Saint Peter’s men’s soccer team beat the Siena Saints 2-1 at Jaroschak Field November 9, Saturday afternoon. This game marked the last game of the season and was dedicated to the five graduating seniors. The Peacocks were coming off of a tough loss against Fairfield University when they met […]

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Peacocks Downed By Pirates at First Home Game

Peacocks Downed By Pirates at First Home Game

0 by / on November 23, 2013, 2:35 pm / in Sports

Despite a valiant display, Saint Peter’s fell to Hampton University 59-64 at the Yanitelli Center on Tuesday, November 12.  It was the first home game for the Peacocks, who were cheered on by dozens of people throughout the match. “It just didn’t drop today,” said John Dunne, head coach for […]

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Peacocks Fall to Brooklyn LIU in Men’s Basketball Season Opener at the Barclay’s

Peacocks Fall to Brooklyn LIU in Men’s Basketball Season Opener at the Barclay’s

0 by / on November 23, 2013, 2:28 pm / in Sports

A late run by Brooklyn Long Island University was too much for St. Peter’s to overcome as they dropped their season opener at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn 87-80. Despite great games from Junior Forward Marvin Dominique who had a career-high  31 points and 14 rebounds and Freshman forward Quadir Welton […]

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Record Holding Peacocks Pitcher Takes His Talents to the Classroom

Record Holding Peacocks Pitcher Takes His Talents to the Classroom

0 by / on November 23, 2013, 2:20 pm / in Sports

Former Saint Peter’s pitcher Chris Innis was able to enjoy both a record setting baseball career and a successful academic endeavor during his time at the university. Innis left a lasting impression during his career as a Peacock, and many of the accomplishments that he achieved during his time at Saint […]

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FAFSA After The Death of a Parent

FAFSA After The Death of a Parent

0 by / on November 23, 2013, 2:08 pm / in Opinions

Your parent is someone who is responsible for you. Your parent is likely someone who took care of you, who made sure you were fed and wearing clean clothes and got to school on time. Your parent is someone you’ll miss when they’re gone. When your parent dies, though, they […]

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Celebrating Thanksgivukkah

Celebrating Thanksgivukkah

0 by / on November 22, 2013, 5:20 pm / in Lifestyle

This November, we will see a rare event take place – one that will not happen again for quite some time:  Thanksgiving and Hanukkah will occur on the same day. To those who do not celebrate Hanukkah, Dr. David Surrey, Chair of the Sociology and Urban Studies Department, offered some […]

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Women’s Soccer Team Sees Senior Day

Women’s Soccer Team Sees Senior Day

0 by / on November 10, 2013, 3:59 pm / in Sports

The Saint Peter’s women’s soccer team played their last match of the season against Monmouth on October 23, 2013. It was also their senior game, in which they took time out and commended the seniors for their four hard years of work. Losing the game 3-0, the seniors of the […]

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