Disclaimer: The reporter is involved with The Sunrise Movement
April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month, and from April 1 through April 21, New Jersey enforced the “U Drive. U Text. U Pay” campaign to ticket distracted drivers.
After working more than 20 years to promote legislation that help improve public education and employment in New Jersey, Ginger Gold Schnitzer is calling Saint Peter’s her home.
Students packed the seats and stood along the walls of the Roy Irving Theater on April 11 as Manuel and Patricia Oliver were invited to speak about their mission. The Olivers, who lost their son Joaquin in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas shooting last February, have turned into activists for gu…
Get ready to drink some lemonade and fall crazy in love as Beyoncé’s longtime publicist addresses the Class of 2019.
She finished high school at the age of 13, became the youngest valedictorian at Hudson County Community College at 16, and is set to graduate with a bachelor’s degree from Saint Peter’s University in May.
Seventy minutes --that’s how much time Jersey City daily commuters spend traveling back and forth to work and school.
His humble office on the second floor of the Political Science house wouldn’t suggest it, but James Solomon is a force of nature.
The shift from high school to college can be very unfamiliar. Students go from seeing their usual ethnic groups to seeing students of mixed ethnic backgrounds.
What was once considered a staple of the local surrounding community by residents is reaching the end of its run.
Dating apps have been a seemingly useful for tool for single people around the country, but as it turns out they be very harmful for the mental health of college students.
Nick Dilio, Saint Peter’s University’s head men’s golf coach, is resigning from his position…
Bryan Felt’s run as Saint Peter’s University’s athletic director is coming to an end. He wil…
A Saint Peter’s University head coach will take a medical leave of absence and is expected t…
Mike McLean knows many of the people who have died in the streets of Jersey City by name: Ke…
Social media has changed the way we communicate. Sites like Facebook, Instagram and especially Twitter have united people across the globe and allowed us to express and share our ideas on any topic we choose. However, it is deteriorating the way we talk politics and has devolved political ar…
At 11 years old I was diagnosed with Celiacs disease. My love for things like oreos, cookie dough ice cream and bagels had to stop because my body could no longer digest the protein food in gluten.
In February of this year, the story of Virginia Governor Ralph Northam’s alleged participation in a photograph featuring a person in blackface made national headlines, and the calls for his immediate resignation arrived soon after. It is now April, and Northam is still the governor of Virginia.
Students entering college for the first time are excited for what should be one of the greatest times of their lives. Instead, they quickly learn that keeping up with all that is expected of a college student is quite a daunting task.
Arts & Entertainment
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.
For many people in Jersey City, the waterfront at Exchange Place is somewhere to jog, read or daydream. But for Chris Feliz, it served as the setting for his first snapshot and foreshadowed the rest of his career.
The Argus Eyes Drama Society at Saint Peter’s University hosted a dark comedy -- emphasis on dark -- that is peculiar, completely nonsensical and dysfunctional, according to Matthew Blumensteel, president of the Argus Eyes Drama Society.