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As the winter semester and finals week came to an end, several students at Saint Peter’s University began developing flu like symptoms such as nausea, chills, fever and vomiting. The culprit? Food poisoning—or at least that’s what the student body thought.

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From giving his first State of the Union address to Michael Cohen pleading guilty to eight federal charges, here's a roundup of 2018 in the Trump administration.

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Dr. Raymond Rainville, as his children put it, “had endless energy and was always on the go, refusing to stop even until his last breath.”

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Spring 2019 graduation is quickly approaching for senior students at Saint Peter’s University. Although graduation is more than six months away, there are some deadlines that graduating seniors need to be aware of. Two things that are on seniors’ minds are senior portraits and applying for g…

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On Thursday, Nov. 8, one professor and two former students hosted “A Year of Protest,” a panel discussion to reflect on the events leading up to the infamous Nixon protest and student strike that took place on the Saint Peter’s campus. Moderated by Dr. Anna Brown, the goal of the presentatio…

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The Office of President Eugene Cornacchia announced the morning of Oct. 12 that the school had received a generous donation of $10 million from real estate mogul and Saint Peter’s College alumnus Joseph Panepinto.

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The only thing driving students to finish strong is the end of classes and going home for four weeks to a home cooked meal. But before students here at Saint Peter’s turn their thinking caps off, first they must be prepared to weather the test-taking storm. Well, how do students here at SPU …

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There are many ways to enjoy live music. A concert is a great way for a community of fans to come together to listen to their favorite band or artist perform their favorite songs.

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On Monday, Oct. 15, 2018, in a Boston district court, the Students for Fair Admissions (S.F.F.A.), a nonprofit group, argued that Harvard University uses unfair practices in its admission of college students. S.F.F.A. specifically claim that Harvard is unfair towards Asian-American students …

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We compiled the best Christmas songs you need to put on your holiday party playlist this year.

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Antigone was a Greek character who is often described in tragic terms. She was a young woman who tried to bury her dead brother because she believed she was religiously bound to do so, even though the law forbade her.