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Monthly Archives: November, 2014

Campus Style

By Heather Hawkes & Jordan Koziol Columnists This week we caught up with junior political science major Catherine Tung, who is studying abroad in Prague, Czech...

‘Avatar’ voice actor Dante Basco visits the College

By Colleen Murphy News Editor Some recognized his voice as the title character of “American Dragon: Jake Long” while most others remembered him as Prince Zuko...

Blinder analyzes 2008’s Great Recession

By Tom Kozlowski Managing Editor When the 2008 financial crisis threatened the survival of the American economy, the ideology of many Americans conflicted with their pragmatism....

Applying behavioral economics to drinking

By Shellen Arora Correspondent When many students think of college, they imagine parties with endless amounts of beer, “jungle juice” and hard liquor. Colleges’ notorious image...

‘Mayday Parade’ approved for $35,370.50

By Jonathan Edmondson Arts & Entertainment Editor The Student Finance Board meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 12, featured one high-volume request and four new clubs hoping to...

Aikido booted from wrestling room

By Kimberly Ilkowski Review Editor At the beginning of each practice, members of the College’s storied Kokikai Aikido Club dress in proper attire, set up mats...

Lion’s Playlist: Pop Nostalgia Playlist

By Susan Pereny Blogger As a senior, it’s hard not to feel nostalgic all the time, from thinking about Welcome Week to reminiscing about middle school. ...

Kim’s Declassified: 30 Thoughts Everyone Has While Walking To Class

By Kimberly Ilkowski Review Editor I know classes can be boring and stressful, but just getting there is half the battle. Walking to class is like...

Echoes: Barcelona and beyond

By Christina Madsen Blogger More than halfway through my study abroad adventure, I feel as though I finally know my way around the city pretty well....

Priority registration for athletes undermines others

Athletes shouldn't receive priority registration over other hardworking students.

Fair admits HS students to historically black colleges

Students from almost a hundred high schools in New Jersey accepted scholarships and were admitted on-site to institutions during the Iota Gamma Chapter of Omega Psi Phi fraternity’s 10th annual Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Fair.

Students debate topics in biannual ‘War of the Words’

There were several fierce debates between the College’s Society for Parliamentary Debate and members of the Philosophy Society at the fifth biannual “War of the Words.” There were some serious topics, but most debates centered on funny topics, including the highly anticipated kittens vs. mittens.

Pokémon and robots are coming to campus

The College now has more opportunities to host tournaments on campus, whether it be one robot pitted against another or Kirby vs. Charizard in a match of “Super Smash Bros.,” as the Robotics Club and Competitive Gaming Club were officially recognized by Student Government at the general body meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 5.

Urine big trouble if you keep your door open

By Peter Fiorilla News Editor • Campus Police were dispatched to the third floor of Travers Hall on Wednesday, Nov. 12, at 3:50 a.m., in response...

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