Sunday, May 16, 2021

Lara Becker

Empower Yoga encourages mindfulness

Like most college students, sophomore chemistry major Sydney Santiago leads a busy lifestyle –– she’s an active sister of Delta Phi Epsilon, studies for organic chemistry

Awards night recognizes staff members’ work

The unparalleled elation of the award-winners and their families was palpable in the Education Building Room 212 on April 10 at the inaugural Staff Recognition Awards.

Drummer brings new beat to campus

Within the seats of Mayo Concert Hall, student drummers awaited the instruction of snare drum master, author and composer Anthony J. Cirone. Cirone’s masterclass

Sarnoff exhibit chronicles ‘Century of Sound’

Radiating from an early 1900s record player were the vibrations of a jazz melody that brought the room to a lulled hush. Hanging on the walls were 78s, 45s and vinyls of all shapes and sizes.

Workshop highlights need for powerful voices

The event, held on Feb. 27 at 10 a.m., consisted of a detailed presentation and a period of student feedback and discussion. Assistant Director of Student Employment Joli McTerrell helped students develop their own value systems and encouraged them to speak up in situations where they felt that their voices would make a difference.

Trenton students challenge stereotypes

Seniors from Trenton Central High School and College faculty gathered in the Education Building Room 212 on Friday, Feb. 22 at 10:30 a.m. to share their life experiences and lessons through a group podcast posted on SoundCloud. Six headphones connected into one device allowed for each of the tables to participate in

LeaderShape helps build professional skills

When Tara Mild, a sophomore elementary education and English dual major, first walked into LeaderShape, she didn’t know what to expect from the more than 50 unfamiliar faces she saw.

Students should live life unapologetically

On Thursday, my friend was in the burger line at the Brower Student Center waiting for her lunch. While she was waiting, she felt the hasty rush of someone too close, and before she knew it, the person stepped down on her left foot.

SFB funds Chinese new year, French club

The Student Finance Board fully funded two campus events, partially funded a third and zero funded two events at its meeting on Feb. 6.

‘Kelly’ documentary sparks debate about sexual assault

In the era of #MeToo and the #TimesUp movement, there’s another celebrity that we need to talk about: Robert Kelly, aka R. Kelly.

Holden heightens CUB Alt performance

Holden started out his set by telling everyone to take a seat and gather close around the stage. Before the music even started, he engaged in some friendly banter with the crowd, which he said he often practiced more than he did his set. He liked being comfortable on stage and familiarizing himself with the audience.

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