The mainstream media in Iraq is fooling itself into believing that it is doing the public good. The reports from rooftops and hotel rooms in Baghdad do not portray the real Iraq, nor do they report the truth. The reporters are so far removed from the conflict that what they report is little more than what they can piece together or steal from military personnel and independent field journalists.
The Student Finance Board (SFB) returned the $9,857 allocated to Uni?n Latina (UL) on March 16 for the Nina Sky performance back into the SFB account at its meeting last week.
UL had been granted the money for Nina Sky to perform at the College's "Night at Kendall" variety program April 8.
Dismal statistics on the number of women in politics took center stage last week as the women's and gender studies department invited three prominent women in politics to discuss politics in New Jersey and encourage students to become involved.
The speakers were alumnus Kelly Baden of Planned Parenthood Association of Bucks County, Sarah Brewer of Women & Politics Institute and Susan Markham of EMILY's List, both of Washington, D.
The College is now one of two New Jersey colleges and universities that the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NCSA) recognized for its education curriculum in strength and conditioning through the Educational Recognition Program (ERP).
ERP is a program designed to recognize higher education institutions.
Adding color and an artsy visual with a culinary theme to the Brower Student Center Food Court, Kim Lettorale, a 2004 graduate of the College, was honored on Jan. 18 with the dedication of the fa?ade she designed for the Food Court.
The project was completed as a component of assistant professor of art Fanky Chak's graphic design practicum, given as a four-week assignment to the senior class.
The College recently appointed Wanda Anderson and Ivonne Cruz as new members to the expanding Academic Services office, which will include the Center for Academic Success (CAS).
The new office will be comprised of CAS, the Equal Opportunity Fund program (EOF) and the Academic and Career Enhancement program (ACE).
College students marked the three-year anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks Friday morning at 8:30 a.m., gathering in front of Paul Loser Hall to hear tributes to those who lost their lives and to observe a moment of silence at the time the first plane slammed into the World Trade Center.
On Monday, Feb. 9, at 12:30 p.m. the College kicked off its countdown to the sesquicentennial celebration by unveiling the official clock that will count the seconds until Sept. 8, the official start of the sesquicentennial year.
The clock is located outside the Brower Student Center in the trophy case facing Packer Hall and the interior of campus.