Student Government Senators voted on Nov. 18 to back the petition, brought to them by student protesters, that would push to remove the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and U.S. Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) from the Career Fair.
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Saint Peter’s managed to clear with over $168,000 in surplus revenue.
Have you ever found yourself dreading having to take a class and leaving it until your last semester? Are there classes that you just have no interest in?
Nine students, a newly-formed team and a month to prepare, and Saint Peter’s still walked away from the National Model UN Conference with an “Honorable Mention Delegation” award.
On Dec. 17, St. Aedan’s Church on Bergen Avenue was filled to the brim with family members, friends and police units to mourn slain Detective Joseph Seals.
“I felt helpless, if that can happen two miles away, what’s stopping something like that from happening on campus or two miles from my house."
Seals, who’s been part of the South District police unit since 2006, was a husband and father of five children.
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Here are their favorite holiday memory to their traditional holiday foods.
The lights on the Yule Tree are also believed to encourage the sun's return.
Why is there a lack of acknowledgement?
As a senior, I cannot recall a single instance where I read one of the posters among millions lining the hallways, carefully considered the message of the flyer and then went to the event.
As the saying goes, “you are what you eat.”
Arts & Entertainment
Lately, Saint Peter’s students, faculty and staff may have noticed a new splash of color by the student center. In the last few months, what had been a plain wall across an unassuming parking lot began to be adorned with vibrant geometric shapes and striking multi-angle portraits of famous people.
Walking into the theater to see “Cats,” I was experiencing a peculiar mix of fear and giddiness. I remember seeing the first trailer for the movie and just recoiling at the sheer horror that was in front of my eyes.
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