“The war for oil is yet another profit-driven and xenophobic thirst for profit. Trump’s willingness to go to war ignores the cost war can have on everyday civilians and the innocent.”
- The Hunt for a New Athletic Director
- Rising Gas Prices, War and the Climate Catastrophe
- Food for Thought: Healthy Eating on Campus
- “The Politics of Hair”: The Women Behind the CROWN Act Visit Saint Peter’s University
- Pop Up Exhibits: The Secret Scenes of New York You Need To Check Out
- Campus Littering Increase: Is it Preventable?
- Holocaust Survivor Visits Opening of Saint Peter’s Center of Holocaust and Genocide Studies
- The Fall Presidential Open Forum: What You Missed
Assemblywoman Angela McKnight spoke to students on Thursday.
Somewhere in the grass, there's an empty wrapper or bag.
World War II may seem so long ago. But not by very much if you encounter living elders who fought or survived.
Students addressed concerns to university president and the cabinet on Wednesday.
Only 30 percent of Saint Peter’s students are majoring in business, according to School of Business dean Mary Kate Naatus, Ph.D. at the ceremony.
Those using the women’s bathrooms this school year will see brand-new sanitary dispensers, complete with trash bins in the stalls.
And the search continues.
As Waka Flocka Flame once said, "Look ma, no hands," but we're not singing a 2010 rap song, …
Bryan Felt, Saint Peter's former athletic director, left the university in August for Seton …
Shajeel Rehman lines up in the basement of Dineen Hall during lunch time; it’s so crowded it…
It’s Hispanic Heritage Month, a month-long celebration of Latin American people, their cultu…
Being in my late teens and early 20’s, I see the change on social media, as women are finally embracing their natural hair.
What it ended up being, however, while still a great benefit to the university, fell short of many of our expectations for more campus-wide change.
I think that the idea of equating whiteness with America is so ingrained into our minds that we do not even realize we are doing it.
Arts & Entertainment
New York is known for gigantic pizza slices, extravagant shops on Fifth Avenue and streetwear fashion to die for. But what is most exciting are the secret pop up shops and exhibits curated just for you.
From John Ford’s Western “The Searchers” to Yasujiro Ozu's “Tokyo Story,” one Saint Peter’s professor’s love of movies has broadened the knowledge of his students and their appreciation for what they see on the big screen.
On Thursday, April 25, Sabrina Cruz, a senior at Saint Peter’s University, will be hosting an event at Cafe Sole in Jersey City at 6 p.m.