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Yearly Archives: 2014

March calls for justice for victims of police brutality

By Gabrielle Beacken News Assistant Pouring rain and icy weather couldn’t hinder the protesters’ spirits — students fought the challenging climate conditions and marched from the...

Online testing wrong way to go: PARCC exams set to replace NJASK and HSPA

By Alyssa Sanford Standardized testing in New Jersey is about to become a lot more demanding — and discriminating — for students of all ages. If...

Finals after Thanksgiving are an unhealthy tease

By Ellie Schuckman                                          ...

Hohmuth rebukes claims that club has skin problems

This opinion piece was written in response to the article “Aikido Club booted from wrestling room,” published on Nov. 19, 2014. By Art Hohmuth  ...

College receives grant for recovery programs

By Mylin Batipps News Assistant On Thursday, Dec. 4, Governor Chris Christie granted $245,000 to the College in support of students battling alcoholism, substance abuse and...

Kim’s Declassified: 6 Things You’ll Miss About College When You’re Home For Winter Break

By Kimberly Ilkowski Review Editor As we enter December and finals week and drag our bodies over the finish line of this semester all anyone can...

From the Roberts: Reunited in Spain

By Raquel Roberts and Samantha Roberts Bloggers ¡Saludos desde España! After three (very long and seemingly endless) three months apart, we though to ourselves, “What better...

Echoes: Finding a new lens

By Neil Nadpara Blogger It has still not hit me that I have two weeks left in Prague. Over these past few months, I have become...

Echoes: No Sugar Coating Here

By Emma Kumpf Blogger It is Sunday, the first day of the work week here and the weather could not match my feelings any better.  The...

Echoes: 10 Differences Between Spain and the U.S. That You Might Not Have Thought Of

 By Christina Madsen Blogger With just a few weeks left of my semester abroad, I thought it might be interesting to share some of the major...

Lion’s Playlist: Thanksgiving Playlist

By Nicole Ciullo Blogger With Thanksgiving just last week, I am reminded of how there is so much in life to be thankful for. Whether it...

An open discussion on sexual assualt

Sexual assault is an issue that has been on activists’ radars since the ’70s and hasn’t gone away yet.

WGS majors explore their future job options

For the first time at the College, a women’s and gender studies opportunities fair was held where students sought potential work opportunities provided by local activist and community-outreach organizations.

‘Mulaney’ co-stars make the crowd roar

The comedy show featured the explosive personality of opener Seaton Smith and self-deprecating humor of longtime “Saturday Night Live” writer John Mulaney.
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