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The Saint John’s Bible Goes on the Road

Did you know The Saint John’s Bible is available to be used in an educational lecture, prayer service or retreat at your parish? Saint Peter’s University alumni now have the opportunity to host the holy text in their respective communities and learn about its history through a presentation by Rev. Michael L. Braden, S.J., vice […]

Head of the U.N. International Strategy for Disaster Reduction Visits Saint Peter’s

On April 15 in The Duncan Family Sky Room, H.E. Margareta Wahlström, special representative to the United Nations Secretary-General and head of the United Nations International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (UNISDR), served as the guest speaker for “500 Days After Sandy: Investing for a Safer Tomorrow,” an event that kicked off a joint initiative with […]

Campus Ministry Provides Much Needed Assistance to Those in Need

The Joseph A. Kelly, S.J. Office of Campus Ministry is the beating heart of Saint Peter’s University. Not only does campus ministry provide guidance to students during their spiritual journeys in life, the department has also expanded its passion for creating “men and women for others” to the surrounding community through service-oriented programs. Three of […]

Senator Cory Booker Speaks With Students at Guarini Lecture Series

On March 31, Senator Cory Booker came to Saint Peter’s University as part of the Guarini Lecture Series, hosted by the Guarini Institute for Government and Leadership. Senator Booker addressed a packed audience in The Duncan Family Sky Room about the idea of the “American dream” and the reality of unemployment rates for young adults. […]

Saint Peter’s Goes “Full Spring Ahead!”

After a long and arduous winter, Saint Peter’s University started off the season with “Full Spring Ahead!” Representatives from the Office of Advancement and External Affairs diligently dialed phone numbers to acquire gifts for a campaign designed to gain 500 donors in 50 hours – from March 20-March 22. During these three days, loyal supporters […]

Fr. DeStephano Appears on Caucus NJ with Steve Adubato

Rev. Mark DeStephano, S.J., professor of modern and classical languages at Saint Peter’s University, participated in a one-on-one with interview with Steve Adubato for the PBS series Caucus New Jersey. Fr. DeStephano discussed Pope Francis being named TIME Magazine’s Person of the Year 2013 and his impact on the Catholic Church thus far. The entire segment can be […]

Executives in Residence Program Unites Graduate Students with Professional Alumni

Four alumni served as guest lecturers for Executives in Residence (EiR), a three-credit course for graduate students enrolled in the Master of Business Administration program at Saint Peter’s University. This course brings senior executives to the classroom to exchange ideas on the goals and strategies of companies and industries, and identifies issues related to current […]

University Hosts the 23rd Annual High School Model United Nations Competition

On March 11 and March 12, 290 delegates from Cuba, Germany, China, Jordan and other countries gathered together to discuss the world’s most pressing issues, such as famine, drug trafficking and the rights of undocumented immigrants. While this might seem like the yearly session for the General Assembly of the United Nations, these delegates were […]

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Saint Peter’s College Mourns the Loss of JCPD Detective Marc A. DiNardo ’96

Jersey City, NJ – Detective Marc A. DiNardo, Saint Peter’s College alumnus and member of the Jersey City Police Department (JCPD), passed away on Tuesday, July 21, 2009, at the Jersey City Medical Center after being fatally wounded in the line of duty five days earlier. DiNardo, 37, graduated from Saint Peter’s in 1996 with […]