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Monthly Archives: October, 2015

Around the Dorm 10/28: Seahawks, World Series picks, NHL surprises

In this week’s edition of Around the Dorm, the “Ref,” Matt Bowker, asks our panel of experts three questions: Are the Seahawks coming back...

Fantasy Football: Forsett stays a top pick

By Sean Reis Columnist For Week Eight, as per usual, I have suggested the minimum players at each position below with varying price ranges, but I...

Team pushes in NJAC

By Otto Gomez Staff Writer The Lions continued their chase for the postseason with another NJAC game, on the road against New Jersey City University...

Stevens gives Lions first loss of the season

By Michael Battista Sports Editor With the season in its final stretch, the women’s soccer team fouled late, and lost their first game of the...

Lecture fights stigma of mental health

What do Demi Lovato, Abraham Lincoln and Brandon Marshall have in common? The same thing that one in four people in the world suffer from: mental health disorders. Kurt and Tricia Baker have devoted their lives to Attitudes in Reverse (A.I.R.), a program that combats the negative stigma associated with mental health disorders, after the suicide of their son, Kenny, at age 19.

#SelfiesForSelfCareTCNJ encourages self-love

By Alexis Bell Correspondent If you search the hashtag “SelfiesForSelfCareTCNJ” on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter, an array of self-portraits will come up. From females to males...

Stryker spreads awareness about Ebola in Africa

By Tiffany Rutkowski Correspondent Ella Watson-Stryker, who was recognized as one of TIME magazine’s “Person of The Year” in 2014 for her role in combatting the...

SG says 46 Ewing street signs still missing

By Alyssa Sanford Web Editor Matthew Bender, a professor of history at the College and co-chair of the Steering Committee, gave a presentation on improving the...

Rivedal encourages students to share stories

By Shannon Kelly Correspondent We are all made up of stories. No matter what they are, some of our stories contain more conflict than one hero...

SFB allocates money for ‘Color Swords’ game

By Jackie Delaney Production Manager The Student Finance Board was met with several multicultural requests as well as a high-volume request from TMT on Wednesday, Oct....

UGG founder says drive needed for entrepreneurship

Brian Smith had just put on his new Pink Floyd album. The song switched and “Time” began to play: “And then one day you find ten years have got behind you. No one told you when to run, you missed the starting gun.” That was when the idea struck him — he needed to start his own business.

Swimmers break records

The Lions took on the Montclair State University Red Hawks for their season opener on Saturday, Oct. 24, with back-to-back wins for the men’s and women’s swimming teams.

NWSL looks to expand

Every four years, the same question is asked in relation to the United States Women’s National Team after the World Cup — will the hype fizzle out around women’s soccer?

TEDx Talk focuses on definition of ‘happiness’

By Sean Reis Staff Writer A college campus can be one of the most stressful environments in the world. That’s where programs such as the College’s...

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