Thursday, July 29, 2021

Annabel Lau

Breaking down the midterm election results

Republicans have won big in this year’s midterm elections, but it’s not as surprising as many pundits contest, according to political science professor Daniel Bowen.

US to give $350 million to Africa to curb Ebola outbreak

The United States has pledged $350 million and 3,000 troops to fight the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, according to a U.S. Department of Health and Human Services official who spoke at the College on Wednesday, Oct. 8.

Passing on New Jersey’s 350th birthday

The year 2014 marks the 350th anniversary of the founding of New Jersey, and residents have been invited by the website behind  the official...

Sig Pi and the Bee – helping a friend in need

By Annabel Lau Web Editor The Sigma Pi Annual Spelling Bee may have started out as a carefree night of spelling words like “YOLO” and “bootylicious,”...

Living a life of leadership

By Annabel Lau Web Editor James Florio can be seen as a man with high hopes and grand visions, whose idealistic, “go-it-alone” attitude ultimately led to...

Echoes: Café dining in Prague

By Annabel Lau Blogger One of the best parts about studying abroad is eating your way through a city (or continent, if you’re ambitious). But what’s...

Echoes: An Annabel in Prague

So first, I encourage you to study abroad. It will change the way you see the world, the way you see your own city and the way you see yourself. Second, challenge yourself and go somewhere you haven’t been before.

New VP and liberal learning bound for success

In this week's SG meeting, the new vice president for student affairs introduces herself while Liberal Learning shows growth in student success.

‘Wall Street Journal’ editor evolves

Moving off the traditional front page, Paul Steiger discusses the power of his new not-for-profit media outlet, 'ProPublica.'

SG looks to hold tardiness accountable

The Student Government passed a bill on Wednesday, Nov. 13 that would hold SG members accountable for unexcused absences and late arrivals to meetings.

Princeton researcher talks Arab uprisings

According to a post-doctoral research associate at Princeton University, the Arab Uprisings resulted not from poverty and inequality, as many scholars believe, but from a surge in educated but unemployed middle class graduates.

More Wi-Fi on campus

Most academic buildings on campus will have Wi-Fi by next year, according to Michell Lin, Student Government vice president of Student Services.

Students’ rights policy to be more inclusive

Student Government passed motions to approve two student clubs and rejected a third on Wednesday, Oct. 16.

SG looks into possible scheduling changes

Representatives from two college-wide committees presented before Student Government on Wednesday, Oct. 9 to receive student input on proposed changes to the current scheduling grid and academic policies.

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