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Yearly Archives: 2019

Wrestling defeats York

Improving to 3-1, the College’s wrestling team brought home the gold at its dual meet with York College on Nov. 22.

Abrams competes in NCAA Championship

The College’s cross country team sent its only representative to the NCAA Division III Championship in Louisville, Ky., on Nov. 23.

Swimming, diving shine at Invite

The men and women’s swimming and diving teams hosted Southern Connecticut State University on Nov. 22. The meet resulted in both teams coming out on top, with the men and women winning 200-93 and 175-116, respectively.

Men’s basketball drops two games

The men’s basketball team dropped to 2-3 overall and 0-1 in New Jersey Athletic Conference play with losses to Swarthmore College and Stockton University.

‘Knives Out’ jabs at controversial social issues

Written and directed by Rian Johnson, “Knives Out” hit theaters on Nov. 19, and it brought the classic murder mystery story into 2019.

Honors Festival showcases high school talent

It was a busy night at Kendall and Mayo Concert Hall for the College’s music department, as 250 high school students arrived and were split into two concerts that both performed at 8 p.m.

‘The Nutcracker’ enchants Kendall Hall

To kick off its 26th annual family tradition, Roxey Ballet debuted this year’s showing of “The Nutcracker” on Saturday, Nov. 30 on the Kendall Hall main stage.

Faculty march for new contracts

“Fair contract now” chants erupted from faculty and staff at Quimby’s Prairie in an American Federation of Teachers demonstration against the lack of contracts for professional staff.

Students learn about Democratic Primary at watch party

They were shocked by Kamala Harris and Tulsi Gabbard’s fiery back-and-forth, they laughed at Cory Booker’s jab about Joe Biden’s stance on marijuana and they even let out a brief “woo!” when their favorite candidate took the stage.

Forcina Hall conditions spur controversy

For many students, the building has become a cliché synonymous with dread at the College, and a place on the edge of campus that has seemingly taken on a life of its own.

People should value their achievements

For most of my life, I’ve had a habit of second-guessing myself, taking forever to weigh my options and questioning many choices, all of which were apparent to me during my time as editor-in-chief.

Exonerated Five member reflects on Central Park, fights for justice

“Guilty” rang in the room like a deafening cymbal, overpowering shrieks and screams of shock. The word was said over and over again — so many times that Yusef lost count. Before this, he was certain the truth would be revealed and he would be found

College diversity workshop covers white privilege

By Kaitlyn BonomoCorrespondent The Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion held the final workshop for the Diversity Education Series on Nov. 22 in the...

Vital Signs: Fighting off the flu season

Let’s face it — even if we don’t want it to be, it’s flu season. As college students, we most certainly do not want to catch ourselves with a box of tissues in one hand and medicine in the other. To give your immune system an extra boost, here are three health-happy foods to finish off the semester strong.
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