Fatima Shaik’s Journey to Economy Hall

By Christopher Pagan, Class of 2022 Recently retired Saint Peter’s University professor Fatima Shaik visited Professor Ernabel Demillo’s 10 am News Writing and Reporting class on Thursday, March 4th, to discuss not only her life but also being a black woman writer with the release of her new book, “Economy Hall: The Hidden History of…

How Art Saved Me

Originally posted on The College Care Chronicles: :
Forty million U.S adults suffer from an anxiety disorder, according to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America. I am definitely one of those people.? (some of my friends call me sus lol) Creating art allows me to be able to simultaneously heal and learn. Not only am…

Inside the High Stakes World of Counter Strike Skin Trading

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Counter Strike Global Offensive (CSGO) is a first-person shooter video game created by Valve on the platform Steam that has been a game changer in the digital item economy. CSGO has a virtual skin market where players can trade virtual weapon skins for real world money to other players. Skins are…

Heart of Steel: How an Ancient Craft Has Evolved

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By Mark Rotundo “I have a saying that every knife you make cuts you. Making good shit hurts.” Theodore Nazz, a Brooklyn son and bladesmith, is someone who has always relished in the hurt. The ultimate drive for a human being is the will to create. To create means…

Sunday, December 6, 2020

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Children’s Mental Health Expert on Rethinking the Approach to Distance Learning In Minnesota, students in grades K-12 just wrapped up their first full week of distanced learning. Schools across the state were forced to close due to the rapid rise in cases throughout the state. Students are struggling…

The Private Sector and Social Inequality – Analysis

(This is part of the Jersey City in Havana Series, multimedia stories produced by St. Peter’s students who spent Spring Break in Cuba.) By Patrick Farrell, Class of 2019 The Cuban Revolution was fought for equality in all respects. Every Cuban is to have the same opportunities and the same standard of living. But on…

Cuba’s Tourism Industry

(This is part of the Jersey City in Havana Series, multimedia stories produced by St. Peter’s students who spent Spring Break in Cuba.) By Annalisa Leite, Class of 2019 The sound of music and car horns fill the broken cobblestone streets. The bright and vibrant buildings filled with handmade gifts catch your eyes as you…

Cuba’s Tobacco Farms

(This is part of the Jersey City in Havana Series, multimedia stories produced by St. Peter’s students who spent Spring Break in Cuba.) By Mary Mercado, Class of 2019 One of my most memorable experiences on our trip to Cuba was the excursion to Viñales where we visited a family-owned tobacco farm.  The tobacco industry…

Study Abroad: Cuba 2018

Top Five Things to Do in Havana Video Produced and Edited by Franz Lalaine Yabis, Class of 2018