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Mike Granelli Nears Major Coaching Milestone

Saint Peter’s College women’s basketball coach Mike Granelli needs one win to become only the ninth coach, and the first male, in NCAA Division I women’s basketball history to win 600 games. His Peahens’next game is against Fairfield on Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the Yanitelli Center.

SPC Alumnus Appointed CIO At The Provident Bank

Giacomo “Jack” Novielli, a first vice president at The Provident Bank, has been named the bank’s Chief Information Officer. He is the first person to hold that title in the 163-year-old institution’s history.

KeeKee In Sports Illustrated

The legend of KeeKee Clark continues to grow. Last year as a freshman, the 5-8 Saint Peter’s College men’s basketball player finished sixth in the nation with a 24.9 points per game average. He also made 109 three-pointers, the most by a freshman in NCAA history.

Saint Peter’s College Nursing Student Wins Scholarship

Joanna Yohannes (Clifton, NJ), a Saint Peter’s College senior who is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree, has won a $2000 C.R. Bard Foundation Nursing Scholarship through the Independent College Fund of New Jersey. Yohannes was selected on the basis of her strong academic performance, extracurricular involvement, leadership and financial need.

Saint Peter’s College Hosts Discussion On Mental Illness

Dr. Kenneth Byalin, Founder and President of the Verrazano Foundation, will speak at Saint Peter’s College on Tuesday, November 25 at12:30 p.m. in Pope Lecture Hall. He will discuss the Foundation’s efforts to help reduce the stigma those with mental illness, and their families, face in society. The event is free and open to the public.

ABC News Middle East Analyst Will Speak At Saint Peter’s College

Dr. Fawaz Gerges, the Middle East analyst for ABC News, will speak at Saint Peter’s College on Wednesday, November 19 at 11 a.m. in Pope Lecture Hall. The event is part of the College’s Guarini Center for Governmental Affairs lecture series. It is free and open to the public.