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Monthly Archives: October, 2015

Field Hockey finally falls after 27-game win streak

Over the past two weeks, the College’s field hockey team dominated the competition with shutout victories against No. 20 Eastern University, No.5 Montclair State University and Ramapo College of New Jersey.

Disability Monologues change perspectives on ‘disability’

By Alexa Kelber Staff Writer The word “disability” has historically been synonymous with a heavy, negatively annotated feeling of sympathy, and more often than not, genuine...

Around the Dorm 10/7: NFL surprises, Derrick Rose, World Series picks

In this week’s edition of Around the Dorm, the “Ref,” Matthew Ajaj, asks our panel of experts three questions: Who is the biggest suprise...

College’s undefeated season continues

By Miguel Gonzalez Staff Writer An overall field hockey record of 546-99-9. An overall lacrosse record of 455-51-1. Twenty NCAA Division III National Championships (11 in...

MLB’s ‘respect for the game’ controversy

By Matthew Ajaj Staff Writer Baseball is rooted in American tradition: it has survived two world wars and the Great Depression, it has subsisted through scandal...

The eSports spectacle sweeps the States

By Sean Reis Staff Writer Sports are typically defined as activities involving physical exertion and skill in which an individual or team competes against another for...

Lions struggle in NJAC race

By Otto Gomez Staff Writer The Lions continued their season on Wednesday, Sept. 30, in a road conference game against Stockton University. While the team started...

Famed reporter Soledad O’Brien talks diversity

In the early 1970s, Soledad O’Brien posed for a family photo on the front lawn of her home in the suburbs of Long Island, dressed head-to-toe in polyester stripes and sporting a thick afro. Her black and Cuban mother, white and Australian father and five equally afroed brothers and sisters were not the picture of the average American family at the time.

Germany plans to allow immigrants in for asylum

By Jennifer Goetz Staff Writer The more the merrier. The German government agreed to accept one million refugees in the midst of the European immigration crisis. Harald...

Career Fair opens doors

By Morgan Lubner Staff Writer The College held its annual fall Career Fair this past week, where students had the chance to speak with professionals and...

SG debates bill to hold members ‘accountable’

By Alyssa Sanford Web Editor Student Government cabinet and general body members debated the passage of a bill that would redefine what it means to be...

Love Your Melon provides warmth for cancer patients

By Sierra Stivala Correspondent We pull at split ends. We grunt at tangled knots. But mostly, we take it all for granted. Thousands of children do...

Fraternity fosters funds for philanthropy

By Melissa Natividade Correspondent Armed with plenty of food — and hopefully energy drinks — the brothers of Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEPi) held their annual...

ZTA raises money and awareness of breast cancer

By Julia Pugliese Correspondent Zeta Tau Alpha (ZTA) hosted their annual Pink Out Week to spread awareness and provide education about breast cancer throughout the week...

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