Within a few weeks, the Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) Program at Saint Peter’s University lost three members of its staff, leaving EOF students lost and confused.
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President Eugene Cornacchia, Ph.D reported that two students have tested positive for the new coronavirus, said an email sent to the campus community.
It was the news many were expecting, but dreading to hear.
As schools across the nation grapple with the tough decisions of cancelling commencement activities for the class of 2020, Saint Peter’s University is digging its heels in the ground -- even if that means rescheduling exercises until at least the end of May.
Moving forward the university will continue to make decisions “in the best interest of the community.”
The results of the test are not yet complete.
“Though this may be considered by some a distruption of academic instruction, we feel that it is the best way to minimize the risk of spreading the virus within the campus community,” the email read.
The last time the Peacocks took home a MAAC title was during the 2010-11 season.
The first round elimination follows Saturday’s senior night comeback win against No. 7 Iona, who was also knocked out on Tuesday by No. 10 Monmouth.
“... Life is short and life is precious… Cherish the moments you have with loved ones."
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It has all felt like a dream. I don’t think there are any amount of words that can adequately describe how I feel, from when Saint Peter’s cancelled face-to-face classes until March 25 and then for the rest of the spring term.
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Arts & Entertainment
The set up — natural light, a fan, grey background and an old Halloween mask from Party City. The location — a small room in the back of the studio in Rankin Hall.
In honor of Black History Month, the works of four famous African-American individuals are being recognized for having inspired and shaped black culture into what it is known today.
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