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Monthly Archives: October, 2016

Around the Dorm 11/2: the Knicks and the Cavs, MLB free agency and NFL surprises

In this week’s edition of Around the Dorm, “Ref” and king of tiebreakers Connor Smith asks our panel of three experts — Chris Mellusi,...

Montclair State flounders against Lions

The men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams won a pair of victories against the Montclair State University Red Hawks on Friday, Oct. 28. The men’s team soundly defeated the Red Hawks, 189-102, and the women’s team conquered with a 178-108 score.

Lions crawl past Ospreys in first round of NJACs

Captain of the men’s soccer team, senior midfielder Domenic Polidoro, knows how to prevail when the clock moves past the initial 90 minutes. “As athletes, we know that the game is not over until the final whistle is blown,” Polidoro said. “Until the game is over, everyone needs to find energy and push forward in an attempt to win the game.” After playing four overtime matches this season and qualifying as the sixth seed for the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) tournament, the Lions defeated the Stockton University Ospreys in a 2-1 overtime victory.

Lions secure top NJAC seed

The College secured the top seed in the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) playoffs on Wednesday, Oct. 26, with a win over second seed Rowan University, 2-0.

Forum talks possible demolition of Towers

On Wednesday, Oct. 27, B&D presented its market analysis, developed from student input regarding what they like about the towers, and shared with Student Government (SG) members what they plan to implement in the new construction of freshman-year dorm life.

Students weigh in on the 2016 election

The 2016 presidential election has been a contentious one and is the first presidential election in which current students at the College are able to vote. However, many are simply too bewildered to even form a real opinion about the candidates.

Homecoming tailgate draws in large crowd

The College’s Homecoming tailgate on Saturday, Oct. 29, gave students a chance to enjoy the beautiful weather and spend time with friends. With a temperature hovering around 70 degrees, hundreds of students, alumni and family descended upon Lot 4 to enjoy the day.

WTSR New Noise: Lanikai & Fictionist

This week, WTSR staff members Alec Goss and Tyler Bonpietro highlights some of the best new albums that the College’s own radio station, 91.3...

Philly’s Alex G is too cool for school

Alex G took to the Decker Social Space to showcase some of those sleepy, understated rock jams after Philadelphia artists Brandon Can’t Dance and Clique opened.

‘Strictly Strings!’: An orchestra without woodwind

By Michelle Lampariello Features Assistant The TCNJ Orchestra performed beautifully during its “Strictly Strings!” event on Wednesday, Oct. 26, in Mayo Concert Hall. The string orchestra...

Improv troupe gets festive for Halloween

The Library regains life on the last Sunday of every month, as the auditorium downstairs fills with smiles and laughter — a stark contrast to those quietly studying a few floors up.

Duo blends the flute and saxophone together

The Awea Duo, a musical group that comprising Jennifer Brimson Cooper and Masahito Sugihara, played in Mayo Concert Hall on Monday, Oct. 26, at 8:30 p.m. Cooper plays the flute, while Sugihara plays the saxophone — two instruments that are rarely found together, however, the duo blends the two instruments with ease.

Yummy Sushi offers authentic Asian cuisine

Yummy Sushi’s grand opening in Campus Town two weeks ago was a long time coming, but well worth the wait.

Big Gay Bingo ends Queer Awareness Month

Big Gay Bingo brought PRISM’s Queer Awareness Month to an end with a humorous performance and an exciting chance to win prizes.

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