The statistics on campus sexual assaults are alarming. It is estimated that in one year, 300,000 women in colleges and universities are raped. Additionally, according to the U.S. Department of Justice, 95 percent of campus sexual assaults go unreported. The severity of this issue is irrefutable and as a result, college officials and legislators are […]
Alumni Weekend was held on the third weekend of September and celebrated the 50th reunion of the Class of 1964. Former classmates came together to see all of the changes at alma mater firsthand. But the most important reason for attending was best summed up by Jack Campion ’64, member of the Class of 1964 […]
Edward O’Connor, Jr. ’64, former New Jersey senator, made two visits to Saint Peter’s this week. The first visit was to celebrate his 50th reunion with fellow classmates from the Class of 1964. The second visit was to tell current students about how his experience at Saint Peter’s prepared him for life during the 2014 Michaelmas […]
Sustainability continues to be a hot topic in today’s world and there are countless reasons why a business would benefit from becoming more sustainable. Benefits range from the opportunity to save money and reduce waste to improved relationships with constituents. The advantages are impressive, but what does it actually take for a business to begin […]
In honor of Constitution Day on September 17, the Guarini Institute for Government and Leadership at Saint Peter’s University invited Abed Awad, Esq. ’91, attorney, public speaker and community leader, to speak to students on American courts and religion. Constitution Day commemorates the formation and signing of the U.S. Constitution on September 17, 1787. In […]
“It’s jarring for most people to go into an impoverished home in a developing country,” said Dwayne Paul ’08. “The reaction is to reflect on all the ‘stuff’ they have at home.” As assistant director of campus ministry for faith and global justice, Paul witnessed this effect during two recent Global Outreach (GO) service trips. […]
In a major milestone for Saint Peter’s University, seven students in the education and nursing programs received the first doctoral degrees in the University’s 142-year history. Four students, Joseph John Cirillo ’14, Julie Beth Glazer ’14 and brother and sister Hansel Antonio Perez-Valderrama ’97, ’01, ’14 and Gretel T. Perez-Valderrama ’00, ’14, received the Doctor […]
Nineteen teams. Two-hundred and thirty-four student-athletes. One goal: Win. At Saint Peter’s, the Department of Athletics has always made it clear that winning in the classroom is just as important as on the field. Winning championships, as the golf team (2014), women’s indoor track & field (2011, 2012, 2013), women’s outdoor track & field (2011, […]
Saint Peter’s University President Eugene J. Cornacchia, Ph.D., his wife AnnMarie and Rev. Michael Braden, S.J., vice president for mission and ministry, joined alumni and friends for an unforgettable eight-day journey through Spain to walk “In the Footsteps of Ignatius” earlier this month. “The places we visited gave the group an opportunity to experience St. […]
Annual giving, which is simply giving to Saint Peter’s University within the fiscal year – July 1 through June 30 – is crucial to the success of New Jersey’s only Jesuit university. Your annual gift allows us to make a better tomorrow for our students, and we need your help in order to continue educating […]
The Northfield Bank Foundation’s gift will provide scholarships to four Saint Peter’s students from New Jersey.
This program prepares students to manage patient information and medical records, among multiple other skill sets.
The Peacocks had no trouble with the early wake-up call for ESPN’s 24 Hours of College Basketball Tip-off Marathon.
On permanent display in the College’s quadrangle, the Peace sculpture was dedicated to the College by renowned artist Jasha Green in 1979.
One student will be eligible to win free tuition for the spring semester. Other game events include SPC’s Pep Band debut and a Thanksgiving food drive.
This event is in honor of Fr. Joseph Kelly, who was a founding member of the CROP Hunger Walk at the College in 1979.
Effective January 1, 2010, the electricity purchased for all buildings on the Jersey City campus will be 100% renewable “green” energy.
This new graduate program will prepare students for new and innovative leadership opportunities in the health care industry.
Pane Amaro documents Italian-American immigration from 1880 through World War II. A Q&A session with the producers will take place after the film.
Students had the opportunity to hear Hedy’s personal account of surviving the Holocaust as part of the College’s Freshman Common Reading Program.