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Monthly Archives: September, 2017

Students win prestigious Gilman scholarship

Two students were recently awarded the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship, a U.S. State Department-funded grant for undergraduate students.

College launches 18.19.20 fundraising initiative

By Kristen Frohlich Staff Writer The College announced a yearlong process of fundraising, entitled 18.19.20, on Thursday Sept. 14 in honor of College President R. Barbara...

New student center an asset to campus community

With renovations finally completed, the College community has begun to take advantage of the student center’s many new features.

SG welcomes new director of diversity and inclusion, addresses DACA

Student Government discussed campus diversity at its weekly meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 20.

Students discuss Tower renovations at open forum

Students had an opportunity to be a part of the discussion on the upcoming renovations of the Travers and Wolfe Halls on Wednesday, Sept. 21.

Campus Town masturbator caught in the act

On Sept. 12, at approximately 6:10 p.m., Campus Police were dispatched to the N.J. Transit bus stop on Metzger Drive in front of the Campus Town Fitness Center.

Obesity epidemic lecture fills Mayo to brim

Todd Hobbs, vice president and chief medical officer for Novo Nordisk in North America, came to the College to give a lecture about the American obesity epidemic on Thursday, Sept. 21, in Mayo Concert Hall.

SFB funds two events, elects two freshman board members

At this week’s Student Finance Board meeting, two freshmen were elected to the board and two events were fully funded.

Chemist discusses science behind food industry

A speaker from Ingredion Corporation spoke at the chemistry colloquium hosted by the College’s chemistry department on Sept. 20 to discuss how ingredients are manufactured and modified in the constantly evolving food industry.

College holds open presidential search forum

As part of the ongoing search for the College’s next president, two open forums were held on Sept. 18 and Friday, Sept. 22.

‘SNL’ director shares industry experience

Students got a taste of the tumultuous and fast-paced world of television as Don Roy King, the director of Saturday Night Live, held a discussion and Q&A session in the Kendall Hall Television Studio from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 22.

Despite forum, Spirit Week remains unchanged

Hoping to hear a larger variety of voices, Student Government, the Office of Student Involvement and the Inter Greek Council hosted an open forum on Tuesday, Sept. 19, in Brower Student Center room 101 to discuss potential changes to the annual Homecoming Spirit Week competition.

Students should embrace imperfection

I’ve learned to embrace the fact that my life can be messy, because I think that now is the time to not have it all figured out. If not now, then when?

Rangers outlast Lions in overtime

The men’s soccer team forced overtime twice this week.
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