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.
On Tuesday, May 11, the Office of the President announced that for the fall semester, all students returning to in-person learning must be vaccinated against COVID-19.
Hope is emerging amidst the COVID-19 pandemic as Saint Peter’s University plans to have small social-distancing commencement ceremonies for the classes of 2020 and 2021 in June, but both classes have very mixed feelings.
On April 5, Governor Phil Murphy announced that all NJ residents sixteen and older would be eligible to get the coronavirus vaccine beginning April 19.
The student newspaper of Saint Peter’s University is intended to be a voice for students and a reliable source of truth. It is also meant to be a reflection of our student community, and this should extend to our publication’s title.
- ‘21: SPU’s Historic Class of COVID
- Senior Athletes Reflect Their Time Attending SPU And Their Post-Graduation Plans
- Vaccinations Now Mandatory for Returning Fall Students
- Class of 2020 and Class of 2021 Commencement Plans Announced — And Both Classes Have Mixed Feelings
- All of NJ is Eligible for the COVID-19 Vaccine
- Regarding the Saint Peter’s Student Newspaper Name Change
- Remembering Professor Knox
- “Healing America”: A Conversation with U.S. Senator Cory Booker
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