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Ellie Schuckman

Boy leaves backpack near back wall in Business Building

Anyone with information can contact Campus Police at 609-771-2345.

Alumnus wins Pulitzer Prize

College journalism alumnus James Queally (’09) is now a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter.

Student blames vomiting on car sickness, not alcohol

By Ellie Schuckman                                          ...

Duct tape in door lock leaves damage to lever

By Ellie Schuckman News Editor • Campus Police were dispatched to Packer Hall on Wednesday, Feb. 24, on a report of criminal mischief to a door’s...

Sluggish student slumbers during questioning

On Tuesday, Feb. 16, at 4:40 p.m., Campus Police met with a student who reported stolen objects.

New ‘tradition’ begins on campus

Just this past week, a new, highly-anticipated dining facility opened on campus for students, faculty and visitors of the College to enjoy — Traditions.

Damage to Chem Building, freshman towers also affected

Heading to class in the chemistry wing of the Science Complex? Think again. On Monday, Feb. 15, a break in a sprinkler line caused significant damage to the building, shutting down the basement, first and second floors, according to Dave Muha, spokesman for the College.

Galore of green vegetation garners police response

By Ellie Schuckman News Editor •  Campus Police were dispatched to Travers Hall on Thursday, Feb. 4, at 10:45 a.m. after two community advisors (CAs) found...

College raises over $60,000 for cancer

By Ellie Schuckman News Editor Stepping up to the security checkpoint, the beat of the music blasting jolts from within. Laughter is heard from a distance,...

Pot-laced candy prompts call to police from panicked pupil

By Chelsea LoCascio & Ellie Schuckman                                    ...

Snowstorm effects on campus explored

While some grin ear-to-ear at the first talk of snowfall for the season, others cringe in anticipation of the cold, bitter weather. Some race to buy carrots to craft snowmen, yet others hustle to buy cases of water while digging out snow shovels stored in the back of garages. For those of us at the College, with the start of the Spring 2016 semester just last week came Winter Storm Jonas, thus raising the question — how does our campus handle these monster snowstorms?

Two students receive scholarship to study abroad

Two students at the College were recently honored with Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships, enabling them to study abroad at destinations of their choice.

Hoverboards banned from College dorms

A new year often bring new technological advances, and 2015 brought us the hoverboard. A seemingly slick device that made the future a reality, the boards soon wreaked havoc with safety concerns and are now banned from residence halls at the College.

Students share gratitude for their ‘helpers’

With a packed audience, dim lighting and solemn composure, six students took center stage, reading personal letters aloud to individuals who helped them in times of need. The College’s Student Alliance to Facilitate Empathy (SAFE) hosted “Dear Helper” on Wednesday, Nov. 18, in the Physics Building to show individuals that even in the darkest times, they are not the only ones struggling.

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