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Monthly Archives: January, 2012

The Rat responds to requests, freshens up old menu

Up until last semester, food options in the Rathskeller mostly meant various items topped with mozzarella sticks. Now the Rat has taken a fresh turn.

Campus Style

This week's Campus Style features senior journalism major Chloe Nouvelle.

Dancing dragons, astrology and Stud specials ring in Chinese New Year

Chinese food, music and culture filled the Brower Student Center on Thursday, Jan. 26 in celebration of the Chinese New Year.

N.J. inmates share experiences with P.R.I.D.E.

Two current prison inmates and two former inmates visited the College’s Mildred and Ernest E. Mayo Concert Hall on Tuesday, Jan. 24 to speak about their accomplishments with Project P.R.I.D.E. (Promoting Responsibility in Drug Education) as well as their experiences in prison.

SFB approves disco-themed Latenighter

Student Finance Board voted to fund several events such as College Union Board's latenighter, Senior Class Councils cooking class and others.

Smokers arrested, girl can’t recall name

Three people were arrested for smoking marijuana on the roof of a parking garage, and intoxicated student was unable to recall her name when asked by police.

Parking at the College not so cheap in comparison

Students at the College pay more than most for parking, and yet there are still concerning problems with parking and availability.

Lions Around the Dorm- Week 3

In this week’s Around the Dorm: the Super Bowl (duh), who will come out on top in a close NHL President’s Cup race, and what the biggest surprise has been in the young NBA season to this point.

Cheap Seats: Silent swagger takes the G-Men towards Super Bowl glory

Four years ago the New York Giants knocked off the unbeatable — or so it seemed — New England Patriots in a culmination of a season that began with fans and media wondering if head coach Tom Coughlin and quarterback Eli Manning might be on their last legs as members of Big Blue.

Lions lose a team leader; Johnson out for season with torn ACL

The men’s basketball team lost both games they played last week, but in an even more unfortunate turn of events, they lost senior guard Brandon Johnson for the season to a torn ACL.

Wrestling takes four of five for the week

The College’s wrestling team rode its depth to four wins last week, including a momentous victory over fellow Metro Conference heavyweight No. 23 Delaware Valley College, before falling to No. 10 Springfield College on Sunday amidst an injury epidemic.

Track teams grab top-10 finishes

Both of the College’s track & field teams excelled this weekend at the Thomson Invitational at the University of Delaware by grabbing top 10 finishes.

Brown Bag Series: aid to 9/11 memorial

Technology made its way into everyday public spaces in the first Brown Bag event of the semester.

Black and white images pop in kickoff art exhibition

Black and white drawings jumped off the vanilla walls of the TCNJ Art Gallery at the 'Raymond Pettibon: Early Drawings' exhibition.
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