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Saint Peter’s Celebrates Women’s History Month

Saint Peter’s kicked off the University’s month-long celebration of Women’s History Month with an event titled, “Celebrating the Women’s Voices of Saint Peter’s: Faculty, Staff, Students.” The event was designed to highlight the contributions of Saint Peter’s women to the University’s knowledge and mission. Members of the community gave presentations, which covered a wide variety […]

Saint Peter’s Celebrates 25th Anniversary of the High School Model U.N.

A record number of high school students from all across the state gathered at Saint Peter’s University this week for the 25th Annual High School Model U.N., which was hosted by the Guarini Institute for Government and Leadership on March 1 and 2. The conference brings together students and faculty advisors from high schools throughout […]

Panel Explores Tax Abatements as a Strategy for Neighborhood Revitalization

The Democratic and Republican primary debates are not the only recent debates taking place. The Guarini Institute for Government and Leadership at Saint Peter’s University, in partnership with the Caulfield School of Education, recently presented a lively panel focused on the utilization of tax abatements as a strategy for neighborhood revitalization. The panel was held […]

Saint Peter’s University Athletics Inducts 33rd Hall of Fame Class

Saint Peter’s University held its Athletics Hall of Fame Dinner and Induction Ceremony on Saturday, February 6 in The Duncan Sky Room of the Mac Mahon Student Center. More than 270 people were in attendance to watch the induction of the 33rd Hall of Fame class at Saint Peter’s, which included Chris DeAbreu ’09, of […]

Students Gain Valuable Insight from Former Governor McGreevey

Former Governor James E. McGreevey, executive director of the Jersey City Employment & Training Program, kicked off the Guarini Institute for Government and Leadership’s spring Pizza & Politics speaker series, in partnership with the Department of Criminal Justice, yesterday. More than 70 students and faculty attended to hear the former governor share information about his political […]

Commemorating a Jesuit Hero

On Tuesday, February 2, on Candlemas, the Feast of the Presentation of the Lord, Saint Peter’s University launched the Delp Lecture. The Delp Lecture was established by the Office of the Provost at Saint Peter’s to commemorate Rev. Alfred Delp S.J., who was executed by the Nazis for his resistance to the German Reich and […]

A Celebration of Black History Month

In commemoration of the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. H’65 receiving an honorary degree from Saint Peter’s and the celebration of Black History Month, Saint Peter’s University is hosting a number of events and programs on and off campus. February 3 Theology-Campus Ministry Ecumenical Field Trip Series Bible Study, Trinity Faith Church […]

Remembering Rev. L. Edward Glynn, S.J.

“At Saint Peter’s, the Jesuit style of education seeks to create a desirable restlessness deep within the hearts of young men and women who study here – a lifelong restlessness caused the by haunting question: Where and how can I with my life provide the greatest service of God and my fellow men and women?”  […]

Saint Peter’s Travels to the Sunshine State

Earlier this month, University President Eugene J. Cornacchia, Ph.D., and members of the University’s advancement, alumni engagement and campus ministry teams traveled to the Sunshine State to meet with Saint Peter’s alumni. President Cornacchia had opportunity to share the latest University developments — including the inception of the Pathways to Distinction strategic plan. In Naples on Florida’s […]

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