Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Jennifer Goetz

Night Market showcases Asian traditions

The College got a taste of Asian nightlife at the first annual Night Market, hosted on Green Lawn by the College’s Japanese Student Association, Korean Student Association and co-sponsored by the College’s Asian American Alliance on Friday, April 6.

Students train for charitable run across US

Whether one is training to run a 5K, a half marathon or a marathon, distance running takes time, hard work and dedication. This summer, two students of the College are going the extra mile by running across the country to help fight cancer.

College community welcomes families to campus

The first weekend of fall was warm and sunny — perfect weather for parents to reunite with their loved ones and tour the College’s campus.

Armenian Assembly of America hires intern

Internships can serve as a valuable learning tool for college students, but not all of them provide the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to work on Capitol Hill alongside our nation’s leaders.

Portugal trip provides new perspective on drug abuse

Graduate and undergraduate students at the College had the opportunity to travel to Lisbon, Portugal this summer to learn about counseling and drug addiction.

Speaker explores human rights crisis unfolding in Syria

Amnesty International hosted a Syrian Refugee Crisis Lecture on Wednesday, April 12, in which three College professors presented different aspects of the Syrian refugee crisis. The audience learned about the origin of the Syrian civil war, the devastating health implications it has had on civilians and refugees, and why this human rights crisis needs to be addressed.

College fights back against rape culture

About one in five women and about one in 13 men are victims of sexual assault on a college campus, according to national statistics cited in “The Hunting Ground,” a documentary about sexual assault on college campuses.

Student goes vegan for internship at Farm Sanctuary

Imagine learning about farm animals, the food industry and the nonprofit sector all while living away from home and sticking to a strictly vegan diet.

INK celebrates Valentine’s Day with poetry and coffee

Usually a spot to study in-between classes, the Bliss Hall Lounge transformed into an intimate space for writers, readers and performers on Friday, Feb. 10, for INK’s annual open mic Valentine’s Day Coffeehouse.

October an ideal time to start looking for internships

October is a busy month jam-packed with midterms and events like Homecoming and fall break. As busy as this month might be, it is arguably one of the best times to start planning for the upcoming year. Am I saying that you should start your new year's resolutions in October? Of course not, but you should start looking into internships.

Brown Bag teaches technique to renew energy

An artist’s easel, complete with a canvas and a still-life subject, and a sleek, black Steinway & Sons piano sat onstage in Mayo Concert Hall — a perfect setting to learn about the Alexander Technique.

Annual car show drives out Alzheimer’s disease

Sigma Kappa hosted its fifth annual Driving Out Alzheimer’s Car Show, where the campus and Ewing, N.J., community came together to support the cause.

Family massacre shocks residents of Piketon

On the night of Sunday, April 22, eight members of the Rhoden family were killed “execution-style” as they slept in four different homes in Piketon, Ohio, according to CNN.

Corn-masa gains a vitamin to benefit babies

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) decided to permit folic acid in corn-masa flour.

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