The smell of sizzling patties and pasta again fills the air as students line up to enter the Loughran Hall dining room located on the second and third floors of the Mac Mahon Student Center. After 18 months of remote learning, the SPU community can once again experience eating together.
92.3 percent of students have been fully vaccinated at Saint Peter’s University, but some still had reservations on mandatory vaccinations.
In addition to a return to campus for the first in-person semester after 16 months of remote learning, the Saint Peter’s University community can look forward to many upcoming events celebrating the school’s 150th year.
Welcome back Peacocks!
Every year, a college class is sent off into the real world with well wishes and words of encouragement. The hope is that after four years of hard work and fun, they are equipped for success and well-prepared to take on whatever may meet them.
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