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Immigration Monologues fight off stigma

April 5, 2016 Elizabeth Zakaim 0

How many of us living in this country grew up without electricity? How many lived in a home without running water? How many of us had to skip a meal for lack of food?

These were questions raised at the Immigration Monologues held on Tuesday, March 29, in the Business Building Lounge. The event was organized by a group of Bonner scholars from the College who volunteer to teach English as a Second Language classes at El Centro, a learning center in Trenton, N.J. […]

PhiAD ‘Braves the Shave’ for cancer

April 5, 2016 Melissa Natividade 0

Taking razors to their full heads of hair, the brothers of Phi Alpha Delta fraternity held their annual fundraising event to aid victims of and support research for pediatric cancer on Friday, April 1, in the Decker Social Space. The “Brave the Shave” event marked the culmination of an awareness week for pediatric cancer. Phi Alpha Delta raised over $20,000 for the cause. […]

Theater productions lacking any diversity

April 5, 2016 Erin Cooper 0

By Erin Cooper Staff Writer The #OscarsSoWhite boycott shook the entertainment world this year, sparking dialogue in media outlets worldwide about diversity in casting. At the College, one production this year had its own casting […]

Prose proves powerful at Slam

April 5, 2016 Kelly Vena 0

By Kelly Vena Staff Writer  The Bliss Hall Lounge was overflowing with excitement and an array of students on Friday, April 1, for INK’s biannual Slam Down the Walls poetry reading competition. Four writers braved […]

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