Friday, January 22, 2021

Jessica Ganga

Novak brings ‘Office’ to College

Students at the College became the judges of writer and actor B.J. Novak’s jokes on Tuesday, April 25, during the College Union Board’s Spring Comedy show, deciding which ones made the cut and which ones would never again see the light of day.

Students share struggles with eating disorders

“Imagine loving food and fearing food. Imagine fearing your favorite food.”

Ben & Jerry’s founder shares his story

For Jerry Greenfield of the famed Ben & Jerry’s ice cream, getting into the ice cream business was not part of his plan.

New alcohol policy for Homecoming tailgate is unfair

Once again, the College is making major changes to its annual Homecoming tailgate. The new policy has sparked debate.

New Library Noise Policy enacted

The College is addressing the “increasing number of complaints” the library administration has received in the past few years about how loud the library has become, according to an email sent out on Tuesday, Sept. 6 by Taras Pavlovsky, dean of the library.

Baseball in the midst of a monumental year

The College's baseball team ends its dominating season with wins against Montclair State University.

Open fora talks possible $300K cut in SAF funds

Vice President of Student Affairs Amy Hecht hosted a series of open fora on Tuesday, April 26, and Thursday, April 28, to discuss four positions — three new and one current — whose salaries would be funded through the Student Activities Fee (SAF).

Lions still second in NJAC despite pair of losses

The College’s baseball team split their games, going 2-2 against New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) opponents. The Lions pounced on Rutgers University-Camden two days in a row on Thursday, April 21, and Friday, April 22, winning the games, 6-4 and 4-0, respectively. The team, which is now 26-6 on the season, fell to Ramapo College in a doubleheader on Saturday, April 23.

Baseball sweeps NJAC teams, 23-4 on the season

By Jessica Ganga Sports Editor  As the weather got hotter at the College, so did its baseball team. The Lions continued their success with a nine-game...

Lions rebound with four straight wins

By Jessica Ganga Sports Editor Last week, the Lions showed what it means to get back up after being knocked down. The baseball team went from...

College wants to go ‘All Night Longer’

At the College Union Board’s Spring Concert on Tuesday, April 5, the last thing on anyone’s mind was going home. Multi-talented R&B singer Jason Derulo kept the College’s students’ feet moving and voices singing all night in the Recreation Center. The concert, featuring Boston-based rapper Sammy Adams, was one that students will never forget.

Senior qualifies for Olympic time trials

By Jessica Ganga Sports Editor Senior James Shangle was sure that a dream had just come true. After touching the wall, he looked up at the...

The winning Lions extend to eight straight

By Jessica Ganga Sports Editor The crowd held on to their seats. The baseball team felt the pressure and intensity of the game. With...

The Lions stay hot in the Sunshine State

By Jessica Ganga Sports Editor The weather in Florida was hot, but the bats of the College’s baseball team were hotter last week during the team’s...

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