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College alumna Sarah Blake recites her poetry

By Shayna Innocenti Staff Writer It is a special moment when alumni of the College get the chance to return to campus and share their wisdom...

Wind Ensemble presents ‘Spiritus Mundi’

By Shayna Innocenti Staff Writer Nestled within Kendall Hall Main Stage Theater, the TCNJ Wind Ensemble delivered the electric performance, “Spiritus Mundi,” on Friday, March 4....

A variety of TMT acts take the Rat stage

Although normally found in Kendall Hall putting on musicals, the members of TCNJ Musical Theatre ventured over to the Rathskeller on Friday, April 25, for the last show of the year: “TMT Night.”

Urie fury was unleashed during Spring Concert

Despite the drastic drop in the temperature and the pouring rain, students lined up outside of the Recreation Center on Tuesday, April 15, excited to see the long- awaited Spring Concert featuring Hoodie Allen, Karmin and Panic! At The Disco.

Pentatonix proves to be worth the wait

Pentatonix brought down the house at Tuesday's show in Kendall Hall.

Local poverty missing from media coverage

On Tuesday, March 18, my Race, Gender and The News class taught by Professor Kim Pearson, had a field trip to the Trenton Area...

R-rated ‘Achorman 2’ increases in size and humor

Longer, funnier and even more outrageous than the original, the R-rated re-release of “Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues” can either be seen as an exercise in narcissism or a unique treat for “Anchorman” fan boys. Clocking in at two hours and 23 minutes, it is certainly not for those with short attention spans.

Music recital embraces student achievement

A group of extraordinary student musicians showcased their abilities on Wednesday, Feb. 19, at Mayo Concert Hall for the Embracing Student Achievement recital series.

Old music and new bands fare well at the Rat

Kimberly Ilkowski Staff Writer The snowstorm and delayed campus opening did not stop a variety of talents from taking the stage Friday, Feb. 14, in the...

‘Oscar Wao’ tackles fantasy

Students gathered in the Business Building lounge on Thursday, Feb. 6, for a festive close reading by professor John Landreau about the novel “The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao” by Junot Díaz.

Wind instruments captivate recital audience

Two seniors bore their souls on the stage of the Mayo Concert Hall on Sunday, Feb. 2, during the first of this semester’s Senior Music Recitals.

The Momenta Quartet revives classical music

The Momenta Quartet of the Princeton Symphony Orchestra performed “Momenta in Motion” on Thursday, Jan. 23, in Mayo Concert Hall, featuring both classical and contemporary compositions that held Spanish influences.

‘Monuments Men’ not just for history buffs

“The Monuments Men” is about a special force of American and British artists, curators and historians between D-Day and V-E Day, attempting to save the world’s art from the clutches of Hitler and the Nazis.

‘Frozen’ keeps viewers coming back

If your family is anything like mine, it is nearly impossible to find a movie that satisfies what everyone wants to watch. Going to the movie theater often becomes less of a family bonding activity and more of a pain.

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