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Yearly Archives: 2012

Breaking: Off-campus student discovers bullet hole in bedroom window

A student, who lives off-campus on Pennington Road, discovered a bullet hole in his bedroom window on Monday, Dec. 17, according to an email sent to the College community by Campus Police. A bullet was later found in the student's bedroom.

Brown Bag breaks down gender roles

Speaking on the topic of gender stereotypes that exist in our society today and the role it plays in the performance and ballet industry were history professor Cynthia Paces and owner of Renaissance Dance in Ewing, Bernd Burgmaier.

An evening of hardcore heaven at the Rat

The Rathskeller erupted this weekend as a noise-filled set list tore up the stage with two equally energetic acts on Friday, Nov. 30. Hailing from Boston, Mass., the five-man indie/emo/punk band Transit and supporting act Coming Clean, took the stage and performed their hardcore hearts out to the audience, which consisted of die-hard fans who knew every word.

Choirs celebrate Stravinsky

Lights illuminated the Mildred and Ernest E. Mayo Concert Hall, the conductor rose to his platform and the accompanist settled at the Steinway & Sons piano as the College Choir, performed their winter concert on Sunday, Dec. 3.

Titanic ship sinks, ACT’s ‘Murdership’ does not

ACT's dinner and show hit it big in student center food court last week.

Wind ensemble creates symphonic melodies

Excitement danced to the inviting song of dozens of instruments playing different tunes. The performers of the College’s wind ensemble fit in one last warm-up before the lights were lowered in the Mildred & Ernest E. Mayo Concert Hall on Nov. 29.

Campus Style

Campus Style talks about studs and spikes.

Turn-around expected for European economy

Arabica-coffee prices fell 35 percent in 2012, making it one of the year’s worst performing commodities. The decline is expected to continue because of large supplies of coffee anticipated this year and in 2013, according to Barron’s Magazine.

Lohan punches woman, no one is surprised

One time, I got punched in the face by Lindsay Lohan. It was awesome. Do you see where this is going already? Lindsay is once again in the spotlight. The prison spotlight that is.

Metro Grill is a little pricey, but worth it

This past weekend, my family came up to the College for a little visit. So, of course we wanted to go somewhere really good to eat. Although I had never eaten there before, I had heard good reviews about Metro Grill and decided to try it and test it out for myself.

Housing options for next year

Housing anticipates that the application process for the 2012-2013 academic year will begin this week, likely by Friday, Dec. 7.

Mugging and assault still a mystery

As the fall semester comes to a conclusion, there are still no updates in an assault and a mugging that involved College students at locations off campus, according to Ewing Police.

$190,600 for spring concert

The Student Finance Board met on Wednesday, Nov. 28, to discuss funding for the College Union Board’s 2013 spring concert, the Leadership Development Program's Leadership Lock-Up, and more.

Dr Pepper grants $100,000; Student shoots and scores

Navid Radfar, sophomore biology major at the College, stumbled upon a Dr Pepper scholarship ad on Facebook during the summer, so with nothing else to do, he decided to go buy a Dr Pepper and make a video to submit for the scholarship. A few months later, this really paid off.
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