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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…

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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…

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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.

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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.

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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.