As a young girl in Flores, Indonesia, Sister Vinsensia Wunga felt unsure of how she wanted to live the rest of her adult life. She was faced with two options: to continue living a normal life or to change her ways into a life of submission to God.
On October 6, The Guarini Institute for Government and Leadership hosted the Hudson County Clerk, Junior Maldonado, and the Hudson County Superintendent of Elections, John Brzozowski, to unveil new voting technologies being added to Hudson County voting sites.
The Student Body reflects upon the University's handling of honoring Indigenous People's Day
Juanita Alice Cardin (she goes by Alice) is an alumna of the Saint Peter’s University class of 2021. She graduated with a major in English and secondary-education minor and is now pursuing her masters in secondary education at SPU. As an undergrad, she was an editor for The Pavan, the university’s literary magazine, and beyond all that, amid the challenges of a pandemic, she is a mother of three.
On Saturday, Sept 25, over 100 protesters gathered at Liberty State Park’s southside Flag Plaza to show support for a bill that would all but totally prevent sale of the park’s public land to private entities.
- Meet Vinsensia Wunga: Franciscan Sister and Student at SPU
- How to Run a Free and Fair Election: New Voting Technology to be Implemented in Hudson County for Early Voting
- Should We Be Off For Indigenous Peoples’ Day?
- Meet Alice: Grad Student, Mother, Author and Aspiring Professor
- The SPU Puppy Club Trains Different Kinds of Students
- Rally Held Promoting Bill to Protect Liberty State Park
- Students Reflect on What Social Media is Doing to Our Minds
- If You See This Bug, Please Squash It — And Scrape Their Eggs Too
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With Biden being declared the winner by the Electoral College, and Trump's endless condemnations of the election, it is time we consider abolishing the Electoral College.
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After nearly thirteen years in a conservatorship, pop music legend Britney Spears is getting greater attention surrounding her difficult past.
Although the first two weeks of February are defined for many by love and romance, let us not forget that it’s also Black History Month. There are many ways to learn about Black history, but in the interest of remaining safe while self-educating, consider some thoughtful movie watching. So, …
Make some wings or any other game-day dish of choice, and turn on your TV! The Kansas City Chiefs and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are going head-to-head on February 7 in this year’s Superbowl Sunday at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Bay, FL.