Saint Peter’s College will send a group of 10 students, faculty and staff this summer to experience culture and assist in building homes, gardens and improving children’s literacy in Honduras. This marks the third straight year that Saint Peter’s has organized such a community-service trip to this Central American country.
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John Allen, Jr., considered to be the one of world’s top journalists covering the Vatican, will speak at Saint Peter’s College on Wednesday, March 3 at 3:30 p.m. in Dinneen Hall on the College’s Jersey City campus.
Saint Peter’s College has named Debra Wullf (Sparta, NJ) as Director of Financial Aid effective February 10. Wullf comes to Saint Peter’s after spending the last 14 years at Drew University in Madison, New Jersey.
Ed McDermott (Northvale,NJ), a senior at Saint Peter’s College, was recently sworn in as the youngest police officer in Northvale, NJ history. McDermott, 20, has the title of probationary officer until completing his police academy training which begins on Friday.
Sophomore men’s basketball player Keydren Clark, known as KeeKee, leads the nation in scoring with 27.1 points a game. He took the lead after scoring 31 points in Saturday’s win over Loyola where he knocked down a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference record nine three-pointers.
Daryl Jenkins (Jersey City,NJ), a security officer with Summit Security Services assigned to Saint Peter’s College, has been honored as The American Society of Industrial Security’s western New Jersey chapter’s “Security Officer of the Year.”
John Oester has been named the Vice President of Finance and Business at Saint Peter’s College. He will report to College Provost Dr. Eugene Cornacchia and sit on President James N. Loughran’s, S.J., cabinet.
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Washington Mutual Bank, which recently opened a branch in Jersey City’s Journal Square, has presented Saint Peter’s College with a $4,800 grant for the College’s Student Affairs area.