On Oct. 7 and 8, the College hosted the annual meeting of the Geological Association of New Jersey (GANJ), a two-day event held in Brower Student Center.
GANJ is a nonprofit organization based in Trenton that encourages Earth science education and the distribution of geological information through its annual meeting and field guides.
During a Sept. 22 politics forum, William Ball, chair of the political science department, lectured on virtual worlds, a social phenomenon that has been around for years, but has recently shown an increase in growth and public interest.
An example of one of these virtual worlds is "Second Life.
According to the Princeton Review, the College has been ranked one of the least politically active colleges in the nation for the second year in a row. In an effort to raise political awareness and activism, Eric Pasternack and Tom Sales, both junior political science majors, have decided to create a conservative campus newspaper.