Campus Ministry offers more than just extracurricular activities to students at Saint Peter’s University; it represents the mission and identity of the school. The office allows students to have a place on campus where they can serve others with community service opportunities, explore their…
If you attended any of the watch parties for the Peacocks’ March Madness games, or almost any event run by the Student Entertainment Board (SEB) in the last couple of years, you’ve seen her handiwork.
Every morning, Koral Booth begins her day by getting her youngest son, 8-year-old Dorian, ready for school. She also makes sure her other children have woken up to take on the day.
On Veterans Day, November 11, Saint Peter’s University opened a Military and Veterans Service Center located on the fifth floor of the Mac Mahon Student Center.
Several years ago, Vice President Elizabeth Sullivan began the initiative to have a veteran’s service center that could offer better services for student veterans attending Saint Peter’s University.
Since Saint Peter’s University reopened it’s campus, not only did students return but a four legged student majoring in chaos and minoring in pooping began her college career as well.
With over one billion users online, social media platforms are popular among younger audiences, adults and institutions like SPU. However, there is a darkness that lurks in this digital safe haven of self-expression.
Every year in February, Black History Month highlights the influence and importance of Black culture and celebrates the achievements of individuals throughout history. At Saint Peter’s University, a variety of events including workshops, art shows, poetry slams and more will be held througho…
It seems crazy to think that Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and this year, a special night-in seems inevitable. No matter who you’ll be spending the day with, or if you’ll be spending it alone, make sure to check out these romantic movies to make your Valentine’s Day even better. …
Gaming was always an important part of my life. Through it, I’ve made numerous friends over the years, many of whom I still play with to this day. But when the lockdown was issued earlier this year, something changed: gaming felt much more important than it had before.
This article is part of the series "Unseen SPU," where we highlight various people in our community by covering the underreported and unknown groups at SPU.