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Monthly Archives: October, 2015

Tuition cost: Where it’s really going

Lofty loans. Government grants. Searching for scholarships. Many students had to seek several alternatives to money in order to attend the College this fall. In just the first semester, many freshmen already find themselves in the hole a hefty sum, yet do they really know for what they are taking the money out?

Murray’s passing sparks national conversation

During one of the country’s countless high school football games last Friday night, in the small town of Washington, N.J., as students cheered from the rafters, the Warren Hills Regional High School quarterback — 17-year-old senior Evan Murray — was struck in the backfield during the second quarter. He was holding his side as he walked to the sidelines.

Pfluger hits record 1,000th coaching win

By Julie Kayzerman                                          ...

Fantasy Football: Giants have top choices

For Week Five, I again suggested the minimum players at each position below, but I also suggest drafting Carson Palmer, Karlos Williams or Torrey Smith, depending on your weekly budgeting.

Lions clinch spot at top of NJAC

The New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) has been a tight race the past few years, with both Montclair State University and the College making strong plays to become pack leaders. The Lions made strides in securing their lead in their last two conference games, tying Stockton University, 0-0, on Wednesday, Sept. 30 and beating top NJAC team Montclair State, 2-0, on Saturday, Oct. 3.

Lions XC takes on the best of the East Coast

As foreboding rain swept the East Coast this Friday, over 100 of the region’s finest cross country teams, scattered across all three Divisions, gathered at Lehigh University for its renowned Paul Short Invitational.

Celebritease: Baby names and hurricanes

By Mackenzie Cutruzzula Sports Editor It is cheekily noted that major weather events are linked to baby booms nine months later, so it is only...

Campus Style

By Patricia Wilcox Columnist As often as silver and gold may be paired together, I highly recommend you make a choice between the two metals while...

Classic Signals: Students’ debt a burden

By Jessica Ganga Features Editor In this week’s issue, Opinions Editor Chelsea LoCascio reports on the break down of tuition that students pay at the College....

ACT proves ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’

For four nights, the Black Box Theatre in Kendall Hall rung loud with endless laughter as members of the All College Theatre, also known as ACT, put on another memorable performance for students, faculty and the public.

Fetty Wap meets Green Day at student band night

By Andrew Street Staff Writer On Friday, Oct. 2, students at the College were treated to the talents of their peers at the first student band...

Art history professors share their research

By Brooke Migdon Correspondent In spite of whipping winds and the looming threat of a torrential downpour, a large crowd of students and faculty gathered inside...

‘Volume’ imagines dystopian future

By Andrew Street Staff Writer Gamers will likely remember the classic virtual reality missions featured in the first edition of “Metal Gear Solid.” The fun, and...

Opponents plot to defund Planned Parenthood

American politics has become the hub for brash arguments and idiotic comments, resulting in several field days for the media. The ongoing, heated battles between Republicans and Democrats has reached a new level of insanity — fighting once again about defunding Planned Parenthood.

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