The freshman fifteen is the dreaded weight that 70% of students gain between their first year and the end of their second year, according to the Journal of American College Health (Dryden). We’re here to tell you that there’s a way to keep that freshman fifteen off.
St. Peter’s Abbot Peter Novecosky was in Rome from September 2nd to 19th for the Abbots’ Congress that occurs every four years. The gathering was composed of 250 Abbots from all over the world. This was a time that created a dialogue around their governance and global projects.
On Thursday, April 7th, 2016, St. Peter’s College proudly hosted Swift Current author Peggy Worrell and Muenster’s own Brent Loehr for the launch of the 13th volume of the Society, St. Peter’s magazine of the literary and visual arts. More than 70 people came to celebrate with us, which included students, parents, and members of our phenomenal creative community.
“Science and Religion can provide solutions to poverty and injustice”. This was the theme of the 3rd International conference on Sustainable Alternatives for Poverty Reduction and Ecological Justice (SAPREJ) that took place in Kampala, Uganda, from April 4th to 7th 2016.
Students are still talking about the reading!
On Wednesday, February 24the Humboldt and District Gallery hosted a terrific opening to the exhibition of work by drawing and painting students of St. Peter’s College.
St. Peter's College is delighted to congratulate Saskatoon author and instructor Guy Vanderhaeghe, who has just become the winner of the 2015 Governor General's Literary Award for fiction for his short story collection Daddy Lenin and Other Stories.