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Getting politically active while in college

November 18, 2014 Gabrielle Beacken 0

“Political engagement is at the core of building a better future,” said Sam Fogelgaren, junior history and urban studies double major and president of TCNJ College Democrats. “College occupies a unique period of time in our lives in which we are strongly encouraged to constantly question, develop and learn.” […]

Lions start season strong

November 15, 2014 Matthew Bowker 0

The College opened its wrestling season on Saturday, Nov. 8, at the annual Ursinus College Fall Brawl. The Lions had a very successful match against the region’s best, including one weight-division title, a runner-up and […]

Fencing performs to high standards

November 15, 2014 Jessica Ganga 0

Last weekend, the College’s club sport fencing team took part in the 35th Annual Temple Open Fencing Tournament — the largest individual collegiate fencing tournament in the nation. The team sent three fencers, including junior […]

Young’s ‘Storytone’ fails

November 12, 2014 Jared Sokoloff 0

By Jared Sokoloff Staff Writer Neil Young is an artist who doesn’t need an introduction. He is a legend — one of the greatest songwriters of our generation. He has spent decades exploring nearly every […]

Davidson high on laughs in Kendall Hall

November 12, 2014 Colleen Murphy 0

Two comics — Ricky Velez, one of “Comedy Central’s” Comics to Watch, and Pete Davidson, “Saturday Night Live”’s resident young person — performed at Kendall Hall on Thursday, Nov. 6, showcasing their respective talents at being hilariously crass. […]

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