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Yearly Archives: 2013

Lessons learned from college experience

A conscientious student has undoubtedly heard it a million times: Unemployment and student loan debt are rising for undergraduates. The paranoia invoked by this reality is often exacerbated by another often repeated cliché: Do what you love and don’t worry about money!

Mayor Ford has higher approval rating than Obama

Toronto’s infamous mayor Rob Ford, known for his drug and alcohol habits, managed to edge out a 42 percent approval rating, topping President Obama’s newfound lows of 37 percent, according to recent polling data.

Men’s hoops denied in first two weeks en route to 1-5 record

A rough two weeks to open the season ended on a high note for the College’s men’s basketball team as it picked up its first win of the season this past Saturday, Nov. 30.

ATD: Kobe, NFC east, Knicks and Nets

In this week’s Around the Dorm, the “Ref,” Gabe Allen, asks our panel three questions: Are the Los Angeles Lakers making a good decision in making Kobe Bryant the highest-paid player in NBA history, who will win the up-for-grabs NFC East, and will the struggling New York Knicks or Brooklyn Nets turn their acts around before the end of the regular season?

Women’s basketball gets the ball rolling despite injuries

After dropping its home opener to Moravian College and falling to 1-2 on the season, the women’s basketball team managed to rattle off two straight victories against William Paterson University and Richard Stockton College to move over .500 heading into Thanksgiving break.

Lions dethrone Monarchs 41-7 for first win

The wrestling team swept aside the King’s College Monarchs 41-7 at a dual meet on Wednesday, Nov. 20 for its first win of the season.

Swim teams narrowly dropped by Ducks

It was a hard-fought effort by the men’s and women’s swimming teams on Saturday, Nov. 23 as the Lions took on Stevens Institute of Technology. Both teams were defeated, but after the most exciting competitions of the season, the Lions were able to walk away knowing they had given it their all.

Breaking: Student Kyle Greco missing

*Editor's note: On Nov. 20, Greco posted a status to Facebook stating he is alive and well. Kyle Greco, 22, was reported missing to Campus...

Dominator Pizza a wimpy takeout choice

After weeks of surviving on vanilla pudding, instant oatmeal and grape juice, my vital organs and I were ready for some real food.

Festival Funded

A CUB tradition, the annual Welcome Back Lecture was funded by the Student Finance Board for $14,915 during its weekly meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 13.

Chinese dairy in demand

• China’s thirst for dairy is increasing dramatically and so are imports of milk and dairy-based products such as cheese and yogurt. Consumption of dairy products in China is expected to rise 20 percent over the next four years, according to the Financial Times.

Documentary boosts hope for life in Trenton

The student-directed documentary 'This Trenton Life' shows a side of the city students often neglect.

Music, goofs and spoofs for Lampshades

The comedy duo, led by Kate Flannery and Scot Robinson, performs their lounge-act for students.

Tao Lin, student talents adorn all-day ‘Goods’

Rising novelist Tao Lin headlines and shares his work in the biannual arts festival held by INK.

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