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Monthly Archives: February, 2017

Kraft withdraws from bid for Unilever takeover

Kraft Heinz withdrew from its $143 billion bid to takeover Unilever on Sunday, Feb. 19, dismissing what would have been one of the largest consumer product mergers in history, CNN reported.

Students should stay in touch

By Thomas Infante Arts & Entertainment Editor Life at the College can feel all-consuming at times. The average college student’s busy life can make it easy...

Campus Style: Must-haves trending this season

Every season, a number of new trends emerge. Some trends die out quickly, but others stick around and transform into must-have items. Recently, I have noticed a number of fashion items that have transformed into closet necessities. I recommend the following items because it seems these trends are here to stay.

Tornado damages ABC’s volunteer facility

Torn-down buildings, damaged cars and muddy rubble are just some of the unsightly views volunteers a part of the College’s Alternative Break Club had the displeasure of watching via a live Facebook video.

Lions Plate: Quick and easy desserts

By Julia Dzurillay Columnist  We all know the feeling of scrambling to find the perfect last-minute gift. Here are some hand-picked recipes for creative students on a...

Indie rock rules at CUB Alt show

A crowd favorite, LVL UP had the audience’s energy up as the attendees were headbanging to songs throughout the band’s performance.

Chance wins awards with ‘No Problem’

It came as no surprise when Chance was nominated for seven Grammys, of which he won three: Best Rap Performance for “No Problem,” Best Rap Album for “Coloring Book” and Best New Artist for which he had to beat out stiff competition like The Chainsmokers.

TCNJ Musical Theatre hosts cabaret-themed performance

“Everyone auditioned two weeks prior to the show and practices on their own time,” said Sarah Reynolds, vice president of TMT and a junior English and secondary education dual major.

Washington’s troops marched near campus

Successful individuals stepping foot on the College’s campus is far from out of the ordinary, but there may have been one that trumps them all: George Washington. As part of Anthropology Day on Thursday, Feb. 16, Professor of anthropology George Leader took to the Social Sciences Building on Friday, Feb. 17, to present his case as to whether or not Washington once walked on the College’s soil.

WTSR New Noise: Surfer Blood & Thigh Master

Frontman John Paul Pitts wrote this album to showcase the backup vocals and harmonic abilities of the rest of the band, and this presents itself in beautifully layered vocals on each track.

Speaker criticizes US criminal justice system

An esteemed criminologist spoke in the Library Auditorium on Wednesday, Feb. 15, about the increase in incarcerations, racism in criminal justice and the decrease in crime in a presentation entitled “The Changing Environment for Criminal Justice Reform.”

SFB funds Unified Greek Council’s educational Step, Stroll, Salute event

The Student Finance Board had only one request for funding during the meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 15. The Unified Greek Council was fully funded $3,750 for its Step, Stroll, Salute Exhibition by SFB.

Lost wallet in Lot 5 waylays student

On Feb. 9 at approximately 5:30 p.m., a female student reported to Campus Police that she lost her wallet. The student believed she lost her wallet on Feb. 8 between 10:15 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. after leaving an event in Kendall Hall, according to Campus Police.

SG denounces immigration ban and discusses mascots

Student Government voted to approve resolution RS-2017-01 during its meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 15. The resolution states how SG is in opposition of the recent travel and immigration ban imposed by President Donald Trump’s executive order.

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