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Monthly Archives: September, 2010

Library late fines, caps doubled

By Peter Cavanaugh Correspondent Students at the College who have a habit of returning their library books a few days late may be in...

Affleck proves himself as actor and director

By Tara Iauruzio Correspondent From coast to coast, critics seem to be raving about Ben Affleck’s latest film, “The Town.” The film is centered in...

Poets address babies, mustaches, teen feelings

By Alexa Woronowicz Correspondent Poet Peter Davis made an instantly humorous impression last Wednesday Sept. 22 at the Double Header Poetry Reading in the Brower...

Men fall in game No. 2; Lions lose to Red Hawks

Communication is a key aspect in winning games. The men’s varsity soccer team was dealt another loss due to miscommunication on Saturday as Montclair...

Around the Dorm

In Week Five of Around the Dorm, Staff Writer Chris Rotolo is “The Ref.”  The players, Staff Writer Krystal Spencer, Editor-in-Chief Bobby Olivier and...

Plain White T’s hop on pop-punk bill

The College Union Board has added Plain White T’s to the fall concert schedule for Nov. 20 in Kendall Hall main stage. The band,...

Public art for new education building revealed

Campus architect Lynda Rothermel presented the Student Government Association with the public art planned for the College’s new education building during last Wednesday’s meeting....

Performance peeks into recording past

By Kelly Davila Correspondent From Thomas Edison to Dr. Dre, the way music is being heard is constantly changing. Last Thursday Sept. 23, Jerry Fabris,...

‘Top Girls’ reveals regret in success

Six women, all from different periods of history, are seated at a table reminiscent of depictions of the Last Supper. Everyone is talking; everyone...

Olsson’s game-winner seals 1st victory

After two weeks of falling just short at the end of games, the College finally got to celebrate as the Lions watched junior kicker...

Yankees unite fans despite loss to Red Sox

I’d only been to one Yankee game in the new stadium. I’d only been to one Yankee game, period. It was on August 20,...

Lions outshine Ospreys and Red Hawks in NJACs

The women’s soccer team clinched their ninth straight season shutout last week. On Wednesday, the Lions defeated the Richard Stockton College Ospreys 4-0. And...

Students wreck car to help others

Alpha Epsilon Pi, the College’s Jewish fraternity, hosted its annual car smash, held outside the Brower Student Center from 11 a.m. - 1:30 p.m...
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