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Monthly Archives: September, 2014

Eric Holder resigns as US Attorney General

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder announces his retirement.

In defense of Homecoming regulations

At Homecoming 2013, there were students collapsing drunk in the parking lot before noon. There were 24 citations written for underage drinking, 13 more than the previous year. Four students were transferred to the hospital during the event and two were transferred later that night. In 2011, only one student was medically transported during Homecoming. As officers whose duty it is to protect students’ well being, are they supposed to ignore these increasing numbers?

Kim’s Declassified: Let’s get healthy, Eick edition

By Kimberly Ilkowski Review Editor The latest from Kim's Declassified College Survival Guide: I know exactly what you’re thinking. No. No no no no no no no....

Echoes: Czech languages of communication and sports

By Neil Nadpara Blogger As a first semester freshman, I planned out my future semesters so that I’d be able to study abroad. Before starting college,...

Echoes: An American abroad

By Rajath Kenath Blogger No amount of time spent in America could have prepared me for a city so hauntingly beautiful, that the moment I step...

Elephant in the Room: ‘All About that Bass’ is nothing but treble

By Ruchi Shah Blogger Meghan Trainor may have succeeded in creating her first hit single, but her attempt at creating a body positive anthem falls flat...

Lion’s Playlist: All-nighter tunes

By Nicole Ciullo Blogger Now that we are approaching the end of October, the easy-breezy workload from syllabus week has been replaced with the stress of...

From the Roberts: Wanderlust

By Raquel Roberts and Samantha Roberts Bloggers As the student body of TCNJ headed back to Ewing for the start of the semester, I, Raquel, took...

The Hollyword: Burnin’ up the purity ring

By Johnanthony Alaimo Columnist You see that Katy Perry album on your desk? Throw it out the window. You see your laptop? Delete everything on it....

The Green at Palmer’s Square hosts jazz festival

By Courtney Wirths Features Editor Perfect September afternoons are made up of sunshine, crisp breezes, great music and the company of friends. Last Sunday, Aug. 31, Princeton...

College’s community influences alumni artist

By Gabrielle Okun Correspondent The College’s ongoing Alumni Art Exhibition showcases a variety of drawings, paintings, prints, sculptures, videos, mixed media works and an interactive installation...

Promoting confidence with Kappa Delta

In today’s world of airbrushed super models and Photoshopped advertisements, it can be hard for students to view themselves in a positive light. Kappa Delta is hoping to make self-confidence a little easier by hosting Confidence Month throughout September.

Wildleaks looks for poaching and forest crimes

By Frank Saverino Columnist Marine biologists studying baleen whales in the Gulf of Lawrence just north of Nova Scotia have found that female humpback whales tend...

Campus Style

By Heather Hawkes & Jordan Koziol Columnists It’s time to break up with your skinny jeans and fall in love with this season’s hottest trend: boyfriend...
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