A proposed set of changes to the undergraduate core curriculum at Saint Peter’s University is currently undergoing faculty review and revision. If the final version of this new curriculum is agreed upon by vote in the faculty senate on Dec. 8, it will go on to face further review and a vote by the Board of Trustees on Dec. 14 before it could be adopted.
On Wednesday, Oct. 26, Saint Peter’s Political Science Department hosted their first event in their series “Politics Matter: Midterm Election Speaker Series” at Roy Irving Theatre.
On September 29, 2022, faculty, staff and administrators at Saint Peter’s received a message in their email’s inbox with a subject line that read “Change of Password Immediately”. The email asked staff to click on the link to change their password.
On Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2022 Dr. William Gutsch held a presentation organized by the Sustainability Council at Saint Peter’s University.
Saint Peter’s University recently opened its new dormitory, and although the reaction by its new inhabitants has been largely positive, some students have expressed mixed feelings about the six-story residence hall.
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Arts & Entertainment
For a college student, there is nothing better than being able to take a break from projects, exams and the overall weight of a stressful semester. Halloween parties, painting and karaoke sessions have all been examples of fun distractions for students on campus.
On Thursday Nov. 3, 2022 a screening of the documentary ‘Imperfect’ was held in Pope Lecture Hall.
Get into the spooky spirit by visiting towns with old urban legends and others that are eerie historical landmarks!