February 8, 2016
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Snow storms into East Coast, hits Queens hardest

Cheyanne Gonzales, General Manager
January 27, 2016
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On Jan. 25, St. John’s University closed all of their New York Campuses due to  Winter Storm Jonas that hit New York City two days prior. Winter Storm Jonas coated the East Coast this past weekend, causing cities like New York City to have strict travel bans. Governor Cuomo set a travel ban in p... Read more »

Fresh food for a fresh outlook

Diana Colapietro, Photo Editor
January 27, 2016
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Om. Om. Om. Om. When you think of dining at a local café, meditation may not be the first thing that comes to your mind (certainly not in the daily hustle and bustle of Queens). However, there is one particular place that will, without a doubt, nourish both your body and soul. The Panorama of... Read more »

Chipotle responds to nationwide E. coli outbreak

Philtrina Farquharson, Staff Writer
December 2, 2015
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Colorado-based Chipotle Mexican Grill is known for it’s fresh and natural ingredients, but lately consumers have been questioning their food selections after several incidents of E. Coli have occurred. According to the New York Times, Chipotle has shut down 43 of its Northwest restaurants after hea... Read more »

‘Hover boards’ deemed illegal in New York City

‘Hover boards’ deemed illegal in New York City

Livia Paula, Features Editor
December 2, 2015
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If you’re thinking about getting the popular futuristic ‘hover boards’ as a Christmas gift to someone residing in New York, you might want to start considering a new option. The NYPD 26th Precinct warned about the law on Twitter, but then deleted the tweet since it stated that it was illegal p... Read more »

Religious diversity shines at Festival of Lights

Religious diversity shines at Festival of Lights

NIckool Castro, Staff Writer
December 2, 2015
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The Festival of Lights, an annual celebration of all religious holidays during the month of December, took place in D’Angelo Ballroom yesterday night at 7 p.m. Magdaline Hurtado, vice-president of the Latin American Student Organization and Jonathan Bembry, chapter president of the Alpha Phi Alph... Read more »

The Winter Carnival’s Cost: Inside the event’s expenses

The Winter Carnival’s Cost: Inside the event’s expenses

Amanda Umpierrez, News Editor
December 2, 2015
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The 25th annual Winter Carnival aims to celebrate holiday spirit and spread cheer and joy throughout campus. With numerous horse carriages emulating a ‘Central Park Christmas’ to an ice skating rink for students to enjoy, the week long event currently taking place on campus racks up not only schoo... Read more »

‘SJU stands with Mizzou’

‘SJU stands with Mizzou’

Amanda Umpierrez, News Editor
November 18, 2015
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Chanting “SJU stands with Mizzou,” more than 100 students marched throughout campus in the evening hours on Nov. 12 in support of the student-driven protests at the University of Missouri.  In a grassroots effort organized by a number of St. John’s student leaders from various organizations, st... Read more »

Light for Peace: Students hold candlelight vigil after terrorist attacks and natural disasters

Light for Peace: Students hold candlelight vigil after terrorist attacks and natural disasters

Talia Tirella and Amanda Umpierrez, Co-Editor-In-Chief and News Editor
November 18, 2015
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Dozens of students gripped their candles as darkness casted over their shoulders. By the Great Lawn, they were encouraged to hold the flames in memory of those affected by tragedies worldwide from the past week, and to regularly express their feelings to loved ones. “Always say ‘I love you’ to people,... Read more »

Paris: at least 129 reportedly killed, ISIS claims responsibility; St. John’s Paris campus community accounted for

Paris: at least 129 reportedly killed, ISIS claims responsibility; St. John’s Paris campus community accounted for

Talia Tirella, Co-Editor-in-Chief
November 13, 2015
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At least 129 people have reportedly been killed after what appears to have been a series of coordinated attacks across Paris Friday night. One American is among those reported dead. The first of the attackers has been identified as of Sunday morning in Paris. The University published a statement... Read more »

SNL Trump hosting stirs up controversy with public

Kori Williams, Contributing Writer
November 11, 2015
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Presidential candidate and frontrunner for the Republican vote Donald Trump hosted Saturday Night Live on Nov. 7, collecting a vast amount of both positive, and negative attention. Among jokes about Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, Trump joined skits that included him being a ‘Tax Guy’ in... Read more »

St. John’s combats breast cancer in annual Queens walk

Cooper Miqueli, Assistant Opinion Editor, Assistant Opinion Editor
November 11, 2015
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St. John’s students and thousands of other participants met at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park on Nov. 8 for the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk, hosted by the American Cancer Society. “We had close to 500 students. The office of community relations worked very hard to increase student... Read more »