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‘Left 4 Dead 2’ breathes new life into zombie franchise

by Alex Sisko Correspondent “Left 4 Dead 2” was the target of one of the largest fan boycotts in gaming history due to its suspiciously swift...

Alumna speaks out against Tucker Max

Over two dozen College alumni recently wrote to Susanne Svizney, chair of the Board of Trustees, and President R. Barbara Gitenstein to express their...

Lions drop first conference game

By Gina Kramer The Lions suffered a tough loss against Rowan on Wednesday Dec. 2 in the team’s first game against a New Jersey Athletic...

International Education Week brings students around the world

By Kimberly Zicha Staff Writer Students experienced the world’s cultures without ever leaving the College Tuesday Nov. 17 through Friday Nov. 20 , which marked International...

Reactions mixed on construction

By Stephanie McAlary Correspondent The new Art and Interactive Multimedia building is planned to open within the next year. “The goal is to have the Art...

Roscoe to host life of Sarnoff

By Caitlyn Camacho Staff Writer The David Sarnoff Library will move to the College’s renovated Roscoe West library in 2010, according to Matthew Golden, executive...

International photo exhibit promotes cultural awareness

By Kevin DeStefano Correspondent “Picturing TCNJ Around the World,” a photo showcase in the main lobby of the New Library, helped to raise awareness for...

Sidewalk artist illustrates an earthy concept

By Amy Keitel Correspondent Students in passing may have noticed patterns of birdseed and maple syrup decorating the area outside the Roscoe L. West library. The creator...

Author traces schizophrenic roots

By Adrienne Slaght Correspondent Captured by his sincerity, students flooded the Brower Student Center on Nov. 16 to hear author Patrick Tracey discuss the disorder that...

College rebounds from two straight losses with tournament win

By Matt Hammond Correspondent The Lions dominated their opponents the last two weeks, leaving a lasting impression after their first appearance in the four-team bracket of...

Palin gains popularity through media

By Daniel Gustave Pazos Sarah Palin was spoken for in the 2008 presidential election, or so we thought. A politician who is sometimes credited as...

Club Field Hockey ends season with Elite 8 run at National Championships

By Karissa Hearn Lion’s Club Field Hockey finished their astounding season with a fight for a spot in the “Elite 8” teams in the National...

Deaf-hearing connection hosts deaf author

by Mark Barroso Correspondent The College?s Deaf-Hearing Connection (DHC) provided the campus community with a presentation by deaf author Raymond Luczak. The event, which washeld on Nov....

‘Pixels’ vandalized

By Caitlyn Camacho Correspondent Last week the controversial “Pixels” public art project was vandalized just a week after its installation caused campus-wide debate. “The public art display...

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