Thursday, February 25, 2021

Yearly Archives: 2014

Business luncheon serves up cultural meals

By Melissa Natividade Correspondent The School of Business held the event “Keys to Success: Opening the Doors to Innova-tion” in the Atrium of Eickhoff Hall on...

Inspiring wind energy solutions in the US

By Frank Saverino Columnist With the failed proposal of the Keystone XL pipeline extension in the Senate revving up climate change, energy efficiency and independence dialogue...

The Hollyword: ‘Jurassic World’ bites

By Johnanthony Alaimo Columnist Last week, a new trailer made its premiere featuring terrifying genetic mutations, people playing God, reptilian skin and immense danger. No, it’s...

‘Rent’ brings East Village to campus

By Mackenzie Cutruzzula Arts & Entertainment Assistant TCNJ Musical Theatre filled the Don Evan’s Black Box Theatre with bright lights, the energy of the East Village...

Gaining global perspectives through food and fairs

By Mylin Batipps News Assistant Students at the College received a small sample of cultures from around the world during this year’s International Education Week, taking...

Office of Recreation considering exercise class fees

By Sydney Shaw Opinions Editor Director of Recreation Robert Simels opened the Student Government general body meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 19, with a proposition. “The Office of...

Events spur discourse on gender, sexuality

By Nicole DeStefano Correspondent Sex can be considered a taboo topic of discussion that often goes ignored or completely avoided. Hoping to alter this conception, the...

Sexual sensitivity training lacking in classroom

By Amy Reynolds Former Editor-in-Chief The secondary education track at the College prepares future educators for the classroom in many ways, according to senior English and...

Lions’ EMS: The importance of sleep

By Steven King Correspondent The semester is coming to an end, which means one thing: finals. But as all of us prepare for our final exams,...

CUB allocated $50,680 for spring comedy show

Welcome Back Lecture and Spring Comedy Show ideas approved

Trip around the world

By Matt Flynn Correspondent Loud, eclectic music emanated through the Brower Student Center for the College’s “Trip Around the World,” a culture-oriented event showcasing diverse flavors...

Thanksgiving celebrations across the globe

By Grant Playter Correspondent When someone mentions Thanksgiving, certain images tend to come to mind: a family gathering, a giant turkey and maybe even some Thursday...

Lamda Theta Phi welcomes potential students

By Chelsea LoCascio Features Assistant After filing off buses, a group of high school students headed into the Brower Student Center to learn what awaits them...

Good Luck Spaceman causes chaos in the Rat

Napkin dispensers and bottles of condiments were tossed around the stage as students threw down at the Rathskeller for the final student band night of the semester, on Friday, Nov. 21. CUBRat, in part with The Public Health Communication’s Club, brought in all-student bands including Schiffing and Handling, Good Luck Spaceman and Save Face to help raise awareness for men’s health issues for Movember.

Most Read