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Madonna, JT look hot but Christina, as usual, does not

February 11, 2004 John Kell 0

At most award shows, the eclectic taste and trendy style of the stars dominate the results of the actual award show. However, at the 2004 Grammy Awards, most of the fashion choices were simple and even conservative.

Grammy award winner Christina Aguilera stood out for her fashion choices, remaining consistent with her poor outfit choices in the past. […]

Moore’s films get more ‘Coverage’ than her music

February 4, 2004 John Kell 0

In Mandy Moore’s newest album, “Coverage,” she leaves all the writing to the more capable hands of musicians such as Joni Mitchell, Cat Stevens, Carly Simon, Debbie Harry, Elton John and Carole King.

Mandy Moore has had medial success since her debut with “Candy” and has not been able to find her niche in the world of music. […]

Janet’s Super Bowl Special

February 4, 2004 John Kell 0

The New England Patriots and Carolina Panthers played some great football during Sunday night’s Super Bowl XXXVIII, but all anyone can seem to talk about is Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake’s jaw-dropping half-time performance.

At the end of the “Rock your body” duet when Timberlake sings, “Better have you naked by the end of this song,” Timberlake ‘accidently’ ripped off a piece of Janet’s outfit, revealing her breast to 89 million viewers around the world. […]

Crystal or Parkside — which diner is better?

February 4, 2004 John Kell 0

If you’re from New Jersey, chances are you have a diner. Anyone that heralds from this amazing state can give an answer to the famous question, “What’s your diner?” While in South Jersey, I live closest to the Starview Diner but prefer the Philly Diner.

College and high school students gather in diners across the state to catch up with friends, hang out over a cheap cup of coffee or to nurse a hangover. […]

To prep or not to prep, that is the question

November 11, 2003 John Kell 0

While many retail stores are beginning to make an effort to bounce back from several seasons of poor sales, the back-to-school line at stores such as American Eagle and Abercrombie & Fitch have suffered especially.

Same-store sales for 2003 are down 6. […]

Women win 100th NJAC match

October 14, 2003 John Kell 0

The Lions defeated New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) rival Montclair State University, 8-1, for the women’s tennis program’s 100th consecutive NJAC win.

The unbelievable streak began in 1982 when women’s tennis was first introduced to the league. […]

Wanko’s ‘true life’ featured on MTV

October 7, 2003 John Kell 7

Last spring, Lauren Wanko had to make one of the biggest decisions of her life in front of millions of viewers on the MTV program, “True Life.”

Wanko was chosen to become a part of the documentary series, and in this particular episode, the show followed four high school seniors as they made decisions that would impact the rest of their lives. […]

College ends five-year losing streak

October 7, 2003 John Kell 0

The No. 3 ranked Rowan University Profs drove deep into Lions’ territory, threatening another come-from-behind victory on Friday night. The Lions defense gained possession of the ball with just a minute left, giving the College a 22-20 victory, its first victory over Rowan in five years. […]

NFL: What’s going on?

October 7, 2003 John Kell 0

What is going on with the NFL? I know it’s only week five, and most of the predictions now will not stand at the end of the season, but the facts cannot be ignored.

Only one of the eight current divisional leaders, the Indianapolis Colts (5-0), went to the playoffs last year. […]

Mall’s fair in the game of hit or miss

September 23, 2003 John Kell 0

So you want to go shopping? Me too. Grab your daddy’s credit card (I know I’ve got mine) and let’s head out to the greatest and most popular shopping destinations – places where many students can find their favorite stores.

#4 MarketFair

Well . […]

How to become a devout sports fan

September 23, 2003 John Kell 0

Life as a fanatic fan can be hard work, and the true test comes when your favorite team is losing. Being a sports editor and a trained journalist I learned you have to remain unbiased in your reporting. However, it’s hard to remain biased when you are obviously going to root (secretly if necessary) for your school’s teams to win. […]

Defense ensures Lion’s second win

September 16, 2003 John Kell 0

Despite fumbling seven times during a torrential downpour in the second half, the Lions were able to clutch onto a 21-14 victory over New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) SUNY Cortland Red Dragons.

The Lions (2-0, 1-0 NJAC) defeated their first NJAC rival with a strong first half offense, and a consistent defense throughout the game. […]

Awesome Andy Roddick

September 16, 2003 John Kell 0

Four years ago, I became a huge fan of professional tennis. Serena and Venus Williams were what drew me into the game and have held my interest ever since. I love their fresh attitude, style and strength. However, its a love I don’t share with most conservative tennis fans. […]

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