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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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Saint Peter’s University faculty, staff and students mourned the death of freshman student Divine Love Settles, who passed away at the age of 19 on March 30 at Bayonne Medical Center in Bayonne, NJ.

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As the rain water slowly flooded the Saint Peter’s bridge, Yaqueline Marquez-Claro was making her way to class when she fell with her crutches. After reporting this issue, Saint Peter’s added a rug on the bridge to make it less slippery. They also fixed the bridge to prevent it from flooding again.

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The hallways of Rankin Hall aren't filled with new and expired flyers like every other academic building on campus. Instead, they are filled with photos, paintings and photographs, all created and displayed by the Fine Arts Department students.

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The lights are shut off, the doors are locked and everyone hides as far away from the door as possible. The hearts of students and staff are pounding until the moment the intercom goes off informing everyone that the drill over. Then class proceeds as normal.

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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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On Nov. 7, New Jersey will elect a new governor. Current governor Chris Christie will be unable to run for a third consecutive term, and it’s up to the state to elect a new candidate to fill his position.

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Saint Peter’s Dining Services held an open forum in the Lounghran Dining Hall on Tuesday, Oct. 3. Hoping to use this as an opportunity to receive students’ feedback, the open forum was met with very little student participation. In the 30 minutes that the forum was in session, only three stu…

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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…

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For artists, it is a great pleasure to have an exhibition showcasing their hard work. After creating a piece that they feel proud of, many artists want to share it with others. Many hope to establish a connection with an audience through their artwork.