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Monthly Archives: October, 2017

Students should learn to appreciate the present

As the semester progresses, work accumulates, exams commence, and stress begins to consume me. As soon as the workload of the semester piles up and challenges approach, it can be easy to look forward to the end of the semester. Eyes gazed into the distance, it can feel natural to go on autopilot as I look forward to the future, and the present flies by.

Cross country stays ahead of NJAC rivals

The men’s and women’s cross country teams outran the competition at this year’s New Jersey Athletic Conference Championship in Galloway, New Jersey, on Saturday, Oct. 28.

Lions defeat Rowan, capture top playoff seed

The Lions, undefeated and ranked second in the nation according to United Soccer Coaches’ Division III poll, have clinched the top seed in the New Jersey Athletic Conference playoffs for the second straight season. The NJAC regular season champions earned their title in a thrilling, 2-1, victory over the No. 18 ranked Rowan University Profs on Oct. 25.

Around The Dorm 11/1: Philadelphia Eagles, MLS Cup playoffs and Joe Girardi

In this week’s edition of Around the Dorm, “Ref” Miguel Gonzalez asked our panel of three experts — Michelle Lampariello, Ashton Leber and Maximillian C. Burgos — three questions: Are the Philadelphia Eagles the best team in the NFL right now? Who will win the MLS Cup playoffs? Was the New York Yankees’ decision to release manager Joe Girardi a good one?

Lions battle Montclair in first conference meet

The men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams traveled to Montclair State University for their first conference meets of the season on Friday, Oct. 27. The men dominated Montclair State in a 170-122 victory. Meanwhile, the women’s team endured its first loss of the season, with a final score of 167-132.

Football beats William Paterson with crushing defense

The football team rebounded with a dominant win over William Paterson University on Saturday, Oct. 28. The team’s 20-0 win over William Paterson marks its second victory in the last three weeks. The Lions have not had a shutout victory since their final game of the 2015 season. After last week’s crushing loss at Homecoming, head coach Casey Goff expressed deep disappointment in his team, but felt that the team could bounce back.

Field hockey ends season with back-to-back wins

On Oct. 24, the Lions bounced back from their loss against Kean University with a 7-1 victory against Albright. The team then defeated Eastern University, 5-2, in its regular season finale at Lions Stadium on Saturday, Oct. 28.

Typhoon Lan floods Japan, disrupts elections

A devastating typhoon made landfall on the east coast of Japan on Monday, Oct. 23, only one day before elections for prime minister, according to CNN.

Rohingya Muslim refugees flee violence in Myanmar

Thousands marched in Yangon, Myanmar, in support of the military, which caused Rohingya people to flee the country on Sunday, Oct. 29, ABC reported.

Eight prototype walls built in San Diego

After 30 days, six contractors finished the construction of eight different prototype walls in San Diego for President Donald Trump’s proposed border wall on Thursday, Oct. 26, according to The Atlantic.

WTSR: The War On Drugs and Adult Mom

This week, WTSR Assistant Music Director EJ Paras highlights some of the best new music that the College’s own radio station, 91.3 FM WTSR, puts into its weekly rotation.

Comedy spices up Cromwell lounge

Coffee and snacks in hand, students sank into their seats as they prepared for a night full of poetry, music and laughter on Oct. 25.

‘Turtles’ is quick, poignant read

If you’ve ever scrolled through YouTube, or have just searched through the internet absent-mindedly, there’s a decent chance you’ve seen the name John Green.

Alumni bands return for CUB Alt performance

An intimate crowd welcomed back former student musicians at CUB Alt’s Alumni Band Night on Tuesday, Oct. 24.

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