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Monthly Archives: October, 2010

Bonner Center wins higher ed. service award

Members of the Bonner Center recently traveled to Washington D.C. to be honored as recipients of the 2010 Higher Education Civic Service Award. The College’s...

Master of mind manipulation toys with students

By Kelly Davila Correspondent The cries of 19 students filled the Brower Student Center Atrium, as they dropped down a hill on a theme park...

The Rat welcomes: Pearl and the Beard

Charming the audience with quirky tunes and the help of a kazoo, the Brooklyn-based trio, Pearl and the Beard, performed for a packed audience...

The Rat welcomes: Alien Father

By Julia Corbett Correspondent Contrasting types of rock and alternative music accompanied by lively personalities took the Rathskeller stage on Tuesday Oct. 5 during the...

Students dodge dirty water

Students went largely without tap water for three days last week after the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) issued a Boil Water...

Film treads color lines of fashion world

By Jaimie Cohen Correspondent In a world where beauty is often affiliated with the qualities of white women, African- American women are encouraged to abandon...

Trustees approve biomedical degree, retirement fund

The College’s bachelor of science degree (B.S.) in engineering with a specialization in biomedical engineering will be converted to a full B.S. in biomedical...

Carpets and weavings spin colorful tales of the past

By Brendan McGrath Correspondent The carpets of Central Asia represent a history full of tradition, as well as of commercialization. These weavings symbolize the regions...

Student talent high on energy sans caffeine

By Kate Jenkins Correspondent The musical and poetic talents of students were showcased at the second session of WTSR’s Decaf at T-Dubs last Thursday...

Alumni emerge from the ‘attic’ as 4.O

By Cameron Dering Correspondent Sophomore mechanical engineering major Robert Richardson sat on a couch in a quiet corner of the Brower Student Center Thursday Oct....

Player development could lead to powerhouse

This past week, the Tampa Bay Rays captured the AL East Division title, making it their second in three years. Considering how competitive the...

Around the Dorm

In Week 7, Staff Writer Kevin Lee is “The Ref.” Staff Writer Krystal Spencer, newbie Correspondent Joshua Fidler, and Sports Assistant Brandon Gould are...

‘Orchid Thief’ novelist: Crises have a recurring presence

As the U.S. emerges from its longest recession since World War II, the College’s theme for the year, “Hard Times,” encourages students and faculty...

Odor complaints in Townhouses South lead to drug bust

Police found a male student under the influence of marijuana at 9 p.m. on Tuesday Oct. 5 in Townhouses South, after receiving complaints of...

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