On Thursdays and Fridays cars overflow from its parking lot into the street, and a savory aroma wafts over the nearby Green Lane Fields. Despite its large crowds and close proximity to campus — it’s actually the closest eatery to the College — it took me until my senior year to explore the soulful flavors of the Ewing Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW). […]
The College celebrated Constitution Day with a politics forum on Thursday, Sept. 19, featuring professors from distinct disciplines who discussed the NSA and CIA surveillance leaks and what it means for national security.
A panel of four entrepreneurial alumni of the College joined William Keep, dean of the Business School on Friday, Sept. 13 to kick off the third annual Mayo Business Plan Competition. The event doubled as […]
The combination of disappointing numbers from economic indicators and the inevitable turmoil in Washington, the Fed decided to continue its bond-buying program as is. The decision was met with a rally in the market, according to the Wall Street Journal. […]
Members of the College’s Circle of Compassion, a group driven to promote introspection among students, hosted a discussion on how to find and develop compassion on Wednesday, Sept. 18 in the Library Auditorium. […]
The 10th annual Helen Shaw Staff Excellence and Special Achievement Award was presented to Scott Sferra, supervisor to Lions EMS, and Dave Conner, assistant director for Fraternity and Sorority Life on Wednesday, Sept. 18.
Representatives from the office of Alumni Affairs, Lisa McCarthy and John Castaldo, presented Homecoming updates to the Student Government general body at the meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 18. Students attending the upcoming Homecoming event, which […]
Last April, a young woman named Paige Aiello ended her life at the close of the semester. To many who knew her, she was driven, deeply caring and intelligent, and a she was a leader in every facet of her life. While the memory of her life rests in many hearts, her death is reflective of a tragic occurrence. Beneath the numbers are individuals who deserve a shoulder to cry on. […]
Continuing a season-long trend of solid play from the back, the 12th-ranked field hockey team extended its win streak to five games with 3-0 wins over Gwynedd Mercy College and NJAC opponent Richard Stockton College.