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Calendar of Events

B-"72" Sesquicentennial Bingo Night
November 30

7:00 p.m.


Save the Date - 150th Anniversary Regional Tour (Virtual): California
January 20, 2022
More information to follow

Save the Date - 150th Anniversary Regional Tour: West Palm Beach, Florida
February 24, 2022
More information to follow

Save the Date: 150th Anniversary Regional Tour: Naples, Florida
February 27, 2022
More information to follow

Save the Date: Hearts & Minds: The Saint Peter's University Scholarship Celebration
May 6, 2022
More information to follow

Virtual Offerings

Center for Career Engagement and Experiential Learning (CEEL)
Looking to change careers or need assistance with employment opportunites as a result of the current employment landscape, take advantage of the alumni toolkit offered by CEEL. Have a job you would like to post or want to mentor a current student, reach out to CEEL at (201) 761-6400.

Prayer Intention Form
Take comfort and solace in the knowledge your prayer intention will be remembered during weekly Masses held at St. Aedan’s: The Saint Peter’s University Church.

Sunday Masses are now live-streamed from St. Aedan’s: The Saint Peter’s University Church at 9:00 a.m. in English and at 11 a.m. in Spanish. Both Masses have music from parish music ministers.

Join these Masses through the St. Aedan’s parish Facebook page, A Facebook account is not required for viewing.

Join the Ignatian Volunteer Corps
The Ignatian Volunteer Corp (IVC) provides men and women the opportunity to serve the needs of people who are poor, to work for a more just society and to grow deeper in Christian faith by reflecting and praying in the Ignatian tradition. Ignatian Volunteer Corps (IVC) New York is now accepting applications from Saint Peter's University alumni 50+ years of age for a commitment to service and spirituality from September 2021 to June 2022.

For more information about the program, please click here

Alumni Webinars Presented by Our Partners at Alumni Learning Consortium:


Finding Your Key to Happiness

October 13


Is the key to success your job title, status, or salary? If you could do anything you wanted, what would it be? Author, consultant, and happiness researcher Aliénor Salmon has studied these questions ever since she decided to leave her job at the United Nations to follow her dream and embark on a journey to learn how to dance through Latin America.  Along the way, she discovered that happiness is a way of life that you can achieve through embracing key concepts and theories. In this inspiring webinar, you will learn about the foundations of the science of happiness, including concepts and theories, ranging from ancient Greek philosophies to positive psychology, and how to embrace them in your daily life. Register for this webinar and check out other online events here:


Women in War: A Historical View of Why They Mattered (a lot)

Presented Free Through Partnership with One Day University

October 21
4:00 p.m.


The woman warrior is always cast as an anomaly—Joan of Arc, not G.I. Joan. But in fact, women have always gone to war—or fought back when war came to them. Women fought to avenge their families, defend their homes (or cities or nations), win independence from a foreign power, expand their kingdom’s boundaries, or satisfy their ambition. They battled disguised as men. They fought, undisguised, on the ramparts of besieged cities. Some were skilled swordsmen or trained snipers; others fought with improvised weapons. They have been hailed as heroines and cursed as witches, sluts, or harridans.

In this lecture, Dr. Pamela Toler shares stories of historical women for whom battle was not a metaphor. Featuring both well-known and obscure examples — drawn from the ancient world through the twentieth century, and from Asia and Africa, as well as from the West — she introduces a group of women warriors who turned out to be more important than she expected: the most forgotten women in the category of forgotten women warriors. And she debunks the myth that the only women who fought were larger-than-life exceptions. Register for this webinar and check out other online events here:

How to Love Speaking in Public, Even if You Hate it Now

November 4


Why do some of us gladly step forward while others shy away from the camera or public speaking? Have you ever watched others take the stage— on video, at conferences, in meetings, or even at your sister’s wedding—and yearned for the confidence to do the same? In this transformational webinar, speaking confidence coach Linda Ugelow delivers a holistic methodology that gets to the root of what’s stopping you from sharing your voice. You'll emerge from this webinar not just ready to embrace the limelight but with a new understanding of how you can delight in it, too. Register for this webinar and check out other online events here:

Leveraging the Power of Visual Thinking to be a Better Communicator and Leader

November 10


Is your vision is to become a better communicator and presenter, a more innovative thinker, a more productive performer, a more efficient manager, or a more visionary and inspirational leader? How do you get others to “see” what you’re saying? One powerful and effective way is by leveraging the power of visual thinking! In this webinar, you will learn an innovative new methodology called Visual Leadership -- and discover four powerful ways to think, innovate, communicate, and lead more effectively in the future. You will learn what visual thinking is, why it is so effective and the “Four Ways to Think and Communicate More Visually”. Register for this webinar and check out other online events here:

Crypto 101: Bitcoin, Blockchain, Geniuses, and Scoundrels

November 17

Cryptocurrency is on everyone's lips—from small-time investors looking to strike it rich to government officials worried it will destabilize the economy. But despite all the buzz, many are still unsure what crypto is all about. Who's behind it? What's the difference between blockchain and Bitcoin? In this intriguing webinar, author Jeff John Roberts will cut through the hype and hyperbole surrounding crypto and explain the most important ideas in everyday language. He will cover the basics of blockchain technology, show how crypto is transforming finance and culture, and introduce you to the colorful people who have shaped the crypto world, from the CEO of America's biggest crypto company to Bitcoin's anonymous founder Satoshi Nakamoto. Register for this webinar and check out other online events here:


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