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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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Leading up to the 2018 Fall Semester, Saint Peter’s University was awarded a grant to create the university’s first Native Plant Garden on campus. The grant, estimated at $1,000, was given by the Society of Biodiversity Preservation to give Saint Peter’s an opportunity to help protect the lo…

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In light of the recent sex abuse scandals, Pope Francis published a letter along with smaller communities of Jesuits over the summer condemning the acts performed and covered up by the clergy of the Catholic church. Current policies and protocols of the Catholic church are under review, but …

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The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey transports roughly 280,000 people on the PATH every week, according to the PATH website. Everyday, people travel on the PATH each day to go to work, school, or just see the New York City sites. For only $2.75, a passenger can go from Newark, New …

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Books are being stored neatly into the back of your least favorite shelves. You’ve just reor…

Opinion

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What is a relationship? According to a few keystrokes into the Google search engine, a relationship is: “The way in which two or more concepts, objects or people are connected” or “the state of being connected.”

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Saint Peter’s University had no shortage of big names making appearances on campus in early September: Senator Bob Menendez, Mayor Steven Fulop of Jersey City and most recently Kim Guadagno, the first Lieutenant Governor of New Jersey and 2017 Republican gubernatorial candidate.

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CIA Director David Petraeus had an inappropriate physical relationship with his biographer, leading ultimately to his resignation from that office. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton faced intensive scrutiny following her apparent inaction and apathy in the wake of a deadly attack on the U.S…

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A Minnesota school district recently dropped “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” and “To Kill a Mockingbird” from their English classes this year, stating the use of racial slurs in the novels could be “uncomfortable” to some students.

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Big production movie, “The Joker”, starring Joaquin Phoenix, is coming to New Jersey and they are looking for paid extras. Grant Wilfley Casting is casting extras for filming taking place in Newark on Oct. 15 and 16 and in Jersey City on Nov. 9.

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As the scorching summer heat begins to cool down and class begins for students, Jersey City is gearing up for its fall season of local events. Start your fall season off right with a few of our favorites!

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As finals end and summer approaches, the start of the music festival season will soon be in full swing. Festivals like Coachella and South by Southwest gave us a chance to see how exciting other festivals will play out this summer. Here are some amazing festivals worth considering for your s…