Saturday, July 24, 2021

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Tooth Fairy pays up; Middle class is confident

• Total box office sales hit a record high this past Labor Day weekend, pulling in over $124 million. The weekend’s profits were thanks largely to the success of the concert movie, “One Direction: This is Us,” according to the Wall Street Journal.

Peanut butter and films

The Reel Art Festival offered an interesting array of creative medium to students through music, spoken word and film on Wednesday, April 11. The event was sponsored by the Student Film Union, WTSR, ink. and the Art Student Association.

Yemen says more than 2,000 killed in uprising

More than 2,000 people have been killed in a year of political turmoil that led to the resignation of Yemen’s longtime president, the government disclosed Sunday. The figure is much higher than human rights groups estimated.

Alternate disagrees with Rutgers verdict

An alternate juror in the trial of a former Rutgers University student convicted in a webcam spying episode that ended in his gay roommate’s suicide said he disagrees with the verdict.

Eickhoff rocks black history

Students dine on Black History Month-themed cuisine at the College's in Eickhoff Hall.

Russian nuclear experts could be a threat

By Jennifer Engelhart Correspondent Professor and author of “Institutional Interests and the Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons Expertise,” Sharon Weiner, spoke at the College on Thursday, Feb....

Supreme Court will hear health care case this term

WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Supreme Court said Monday it will hear arguments next March over President Barack Obama's health care overhaul - a case...

Jordan’s king urges Syria’s Assad to step down

BEIRUT (AP) -- Jordan's King Abdullah said Tuesday that Syrian President Bashar Assad should step down, making him the first Arab ruler to issue...

College upsets Kean for fourth consecutive win

After 59 minutes of struggling offenses and a battle for ripe field position, the College found the end zone just out of a Kean...

Master of mind manipulation toys with students

By Kelly Davila Correspondent The cries of 19 students filled the Brower Student Center Atrium, as they dropped down a hill on a theme park...

This Week In Sports

This Week In Sports Football Oct. 2 vs. SUNY Cortland, 1:30 p.m. Men’s Soccer Sept. 29 @ Rutgers University-Camden, 7 p.m. Oct. 2 vs. Rutgers University-Newark, 7 p.m. Women’s Soccer Sept. 29 vs. Rutgers University-Camden,...

‘Drunkorexia’: the dangers of an alcohol-based diet

“I’m going to drink my dinner tonight” is not an uncommon thing to hear around a college campus. Health-conscious students recognize the carb load...

Presentation focuses on new teaching approach

By Maddie Cox Correspondent Students should be exposed to a more global and inclusive curriculum, according to Martin Smith, world language supervisor of the Edison School...

Princeton physicist believes in both God and science

Bob Kaita, a physicist from the Princeton Plasma Physics Lab, does not feel he has to choose between God and science. "Can a scientist believe in God?" Kaita asked. "The simple answer is 'I'm standing here, so yes." Kaita is part of a team that performs nuclear fusion research in the hopes of finding an alternative energy process.

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