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Monthly Archives: January, 2015

Lions keep pace in NJAC

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...

Coach Pfluger honored

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...

Swimming and Diving continue late success

By Jessica Ganga Nation & World Editor Last week, the College’s swimming and diving teams added wins to their already successful seasons. The men’s team won...

Women’s basketball struggles after break

By Anthony Caruso Staff Writer As the spring semester begins, the women’s basketball team remains in a difficult position after dropping two straight games. The Lions...

ATD: NFL Turnarounds, Buckeye QBs, Cavaliers

In this week’s Around the Dorm, the “Ref,” Matt Bowker, asks our panel of experts three questions: Have the Patriots or Seahawks been more...

Brady, Patriots not at fault in ‘Deflate-Gate’

By Kevin Luo Staff Writer Unless you've been living under a rock for the past week, you’ve probably heard of the “Deflate-Gate” scandal surrounding the New...

Wrestling records four straight wins

By Josh Kestenbaum Correspondent The men’s wrestling team has been on quite a streak lately, and nothing changed Tuesday, Jan. 20, when they met the U.S....

A slew of runners qualify for Championships

By George Tatoris Staff Writer The men’s and women’s winter track teams gave stellar performances just down the road at Princeton’s Tiger Open on Saturday, Jan....

Obama gives optimistic State of the Union Address

By Roman Orsini Staff Writer  President Obama delivered the 2015 State of the Union Address before the newly Republican-led Congress on Tuesday, Jan. 20. The main...

Thousands of ISIS fighters killed in recent battles

By  Candace Kellner Staff Writer  U.S. diplomatic officials announced last Thursday, Jan. 22 that the coalition fighting the Islamic State, also known as ISIS, has killed...

Local Frontier Airlines cancels flights to US cities

By Gabrielle Beaken Staff Writer  Due to lack of demand, Frontier Airlines has cancelled five of its 18 flight destinations from Trenton-Mercer Airport in January, according...

Eve Cruz: Beloved Eick worker

By Julie Kayzerman Managing Editor  When Eve Cruz opened a card from one of her "kids," she cried. "Eve, I don't even come to Eick for the...

Morrison recognized for her work with students

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’

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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