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Lions keep pace in NJAC

January 29, 2015 Otto Gomez 0

By Otto Gomez Staff Writer The Lions, having lost three straight games entering winter break, looked to bounce back against Penn State-Harrisburg on New Year’s Eve in Pennsylvania. The three-week rest period between games seemed […]

Coach Pfluger honored

January 29, 2015 Julie Kayzerman 0

Julie Kayzerman Managing Editor Coming off a huge win at Nationals, field hockey Coach Sharon Pfluger was recently named the Field Hockey / NFHCA Division III National Coach of Year. This is the highest honor […]

Morrison recognized for her work with students

January 28, 2015 Gabrielle Beacken 0

Dr. Janet Morrison, a professor of biology at the College, has been recommended as the inaugural recipient of the Barbara Meyers Pelson ’59 Chair in Faculty-Student-Engagement. The award praises and promotes tenured, full-time professors with an outstanding history of student-faculty research, collaboration and teaching. […]

‘Woods’ shows an alternate ‘happily ever after’

January 28, 2015 Mackenzie Cutruzzula 0

In Disney’s “Into the Woods,” a Baker and his wife set off into the forest to obtain “a cow as white as milk, a cape as red as blood, hair as yellow as corn and a slipper as pure as gold.” These ingredients are set to break an old curse on their household, cast by the Witch next door — a wickedly marvelous Meryl Streep — that prevents the couple from having a baby. When the Baker (James Corden) and his wife (Emily Blunt) learn that collecting the items is their only chance to have a baby, they set off into the woods where multiple fairytales cross paths. […]

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