Beth Adubato, Taking Back Her Night

By: Reina Reyes,2019   Beth Adubato has many things to add to her profile — college graduate, journalist, mother, professor.  But she never anticipated that she would have to add sexual assault victim and survivor to that list. Adubato is a professor at St. Peter’s University teaching criminal justice courses such as Gender, Crime, and…

Art Gallery at Saint Peter’s Now Open to the Public

By Zahria Perkins, Class of 2018 The space is occupied with about twenty people but yet, the sound of a pen dropping can be heard as clear as day. The sunshine coming through a floor to ceiling glass window is casting a slight glare on the photographs gracefully draped on the walls. Everyone is moving…

Campus Kitchen

  By Armond Marke, ’16 and Samantha Storms, ’17 Campus Kitchen at Saint Peter’s University in Jersey City has a purpose to repurpose. One in 7 Americans are considered to be food insecure, not knowing where there next meal will come from and Erich Sekel, the associate director of Campus Ministry for community service, supervises a student-led…

A Moment of Clarity

Chelsey Forbes, Class of 2017 The city of Forty Fort, Penn. is quiet. Soundless, if you will. With deep American Revolution roots, it’s population of approximately 4,500 enjoy The Beer Deli, a popular, greasy lunch spot where the average age of their customer is 55, and The Strange and Unusual, an oddities parlor that carries…

A Long Chapter Ends for a New One to Begin

    All of your life, sports have made your world go around. From the moment you can remember, you’ve been in the gym or on the field playing and practicing the game. It was your first love, the one thing you truly gave your one hundred percent effort, and has shaped you into the…

St. Peter’s Support Nepal

— By Matthew Holowienka, 2015 Clad in a collared shirt and slacks, Saint Peter’s University junior Sabin Pradhan walked through the Panepinto Plaza. In one corner, students were creating unique posters representing their respective student organizations. In the other, a group of young men and women were drawing on the ground with sidewalk chalk. Altogether,…

Murals

By Mark Kenny and Armond Marke Brick by brick artists in Jersey City are changing the downtown’s landscape. Jersey City’s urban identity is being revitalized by many artistic platforms. Street art, some considered illegal and unappealing like graffiti tags, have long been tied to urban communities, except the artists that are thriving in the Jersey…