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Monthly Archives: September, 2015

Decemberists make triumphant return to NYC

By Sydney Shaw News Editor Nobody commands an audience quite as effortlessly as Colin Meloy. Picture this: The Decemberists’ frontman solo on stage at Radio City Music...

Kingston brings country music to the College

By Alexa Rocco Correspondent On Friday, Sept. 25th, Cub Alt organized an acoustic concert in the basement of Decker Hall. The concert had two performers —...

WTSR New Noise: Circa Waves & Say Hi

This week, Nick Landolfi, WTSR assistant music director, and Nelson Kelly, music staff writer, highlight some of the best new albums that the College’s own radio...

‘Crybaby’ delivers haunting new sound

By Lillian Firth Correspondent Melanie Martinez’s debut album, “Crybaby,” is a truly expansive collection of songs that steps out of the realm of conventional pop music....

Jazz concert benefits Congo citizens

By Gabrielle Beacken Nation & World Editor After marrying at an early age and suffering through the death of her husband, a young Congo woman was...

Brown Bag explores the history of guitars

By Kelly Vena Correspondent Ed Keller, professor at Parsons The New School for Design, seems to have done it all — design, architecture and even rock...

Fighting slave trade in modern day world

By Morgan Lubner Staff Writer Project Stay Gold hosted an event discussing the horrors of human trafficking and measures that can be taken to put an end...

TCNJEC and Women in Business recognized

By Alyssa Sanford Web Editor Two clubs sought Student Government recognition on Wednesday, Sept. 23, during a general body meeting fraught with debate over two new...

DUI simulator illuminates dangers

By Kyle Elphick Correspondent The Arrive Alive Tour, an event famous for its drunk driving simulator, made a stop at the College on Wednesday, Sept. 23,...

‘SNL’ co-stars get real, and real funny, at comedy show

By Jessica Ganga and Mackenzie Cutruzzula Features Editor and Sports Editor Colin Jost took a break from sharing the week’s top stories on “Saturday Night Live’s”...

Around the Dorm 9/30: 0-2 NFL teams, Jason Day, college football struggles

In this week’s edition of Around the Dorm, the “Ref,” Michael Battista, asks our panel of experts three questions: Which 0-2 NFL team is...

A man of many words, Yogi Berra dies at 90

By Michael Battista Sports Editor On Tuesday, Sept. 22, the world lost a true American icon. Not just a baseball legend, not just a World War...

Fantasy Football: ‘Matty Ice’ on fire this week

By Sean Reis Columnist For Week Four, I have suggested the minimum players at each position below, but I also suggest drafting Andy Dalton, Latavius Murray...

Lions split games at home

By Otto Gomez Staff Writer The Lions got back on track after a tough 3-2 loss against Rutgers-Newark, with a stellar win against Drew University —...

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