By Tom Ballard News Assistant Love my body, love your body, love every body: that was the message that the sisters of Delta Phi Epsilon (DPhiE) had for their fourth annual Anorexia Nervosa and Associated […]
The Lions successfully defended their New Jersey Athletic Conference title by defeating the William Paterson Pioneers and the Rowan University Profs at Lions’ Stadium on Wednesday, Nov. 4, and Saturday, Nov. 7, respectively. Prior to the victories, the Lions received an abundance of season accolades from the NJAC. Junior midfielder Jaclyn Douglas was announced as the NJAC Offensive Player of the Year and junior defender Lexi Smith was announced as the NJAC Defensive Player of the Year. […]
When Laverne Cox introduced herself to students at the College, she refused to confine herself to a single label.
“I stand before you as a proud, African American, transgender woman,” Cox said. “I believe it is important to name the various intersecting components of my multiple identities because I’m not just one thing, and neither are you.” […]
By Brielle Bryan Correspondent As the sky darkened on Wednesday, Nov. 4, the number of students walking across campus grew scarce. All was quiet outside as students, family members and friends entered a packed Mayo […]