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Monthly Archives: October, 2010

Four make comedy cut in festival preliminaries

The New Jersey Comedy Festival, a stand-up competition for college students, has been in existence for four years. The College has given it half...

‘War’ transforms Rat battleground of sound

By Rj Gladysiewicz Correspondent In an intimate acoustic affair, the Philadelphia-based trio, Good Old War, performed for a jam-packed Rathskeller on Friday, October 22. Members Keith...

The 80/20 diet

By Katie Occhipinti Correspondent Personally I have missed out on way too many ice cream tripswith my...

The ‘Paris 15’ and a semester abroad

ByAlyssa Mease Foreign Correspondent I recently noticed that I have gained weight since coming to Paris. It’s a little like the Freshman 15, but...

‘All-American’ poet favors unpublished words

Poet Matthew Dickman delved into the somber and humorous at the College Monday, Oct. 11 as a part of the Visiting Writer Series sponsored...

Seasoned writers share work and personal stories; Author commands with presence and confidence

By Kelsey Wojdyla Correspondent Rather than using the podium in the corner of the Library Auditorium stage, Lesléa Newman stood front and center behind a...

Falco leads Lions to victory over Bengals; College capitalizes to collect back-to-back wins

More than midway through the season, the Lions have finally found their stride through a potent rushing attack and an opportunistic defense. The College showcased...

College collects wins for place in NJAC playoffs

The men’s soccer team took a while to record its first win of the season, but the effort coming in the last couple of...

Students say debate distorts Islamic center

By Daniel Weinshenker Correspondent The Islamic community center to be built near Ground Zero has been a polarizing issue throughout the United States for months....

Suspicious person found in woods, calling for own arrest

After receiving reports of a suspicious person, officers arrived at 8:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 20 to the rear entrance of campus. According to...

Professor’s book explores race, violence and culture

Cassandra Jackson, an associate professor of English at the College, understands the power of imagery — it was a single image that inspired her...

Lyric Theatre ventures over the river and ‘into the woods’

Springing from towering storybooks, characters of classic fairy tales began their own interwoven tales of dysfunction. Familiar faces emerged from the forest of pages,...

Sequel fails to thrill

By Tara Iauruzio Correspondent “Paranormal Activity 2” was certainly an attempt by Paramount to continue the success of last year’s low budget hit, “Paranormal Activity.”...
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