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David Stollman to motivate club leaders

By Kelly Johnson Correspondent After lengthy deliberation during the Oct. 21 meeting, the Student Finance Board (SFB) approved $4,514 for the Inter-Greek Council to bring David...

Prof: Bible used for discrimination

By Lisa LoCascio Correspondent Textbooks are constantly updated with new theories, facts and politically correct terms, yet the 3,500 year old Bible, one of the most...

Ph.D.: More about research, less about degree on paper

By Juliana Fidler Correspondent College students should consider getting Ph.D.’s to further their careers, according to a presentation, “Transitioning to a Ph.D. Student; Could this Route...

Organizations carve up the competition

By Jamie Primeau Correspondent Yellow caution tape closed off a section of the Brower Student Center on October 20, allowing competitors of Spirit Week’s pumpkin-carving contest...

Swimming teams blow past Montclair in season opener

By Rachel Morris Correspondent The Lions dominated their 2009-10 season opener at Montclair State University on Friday evening, as both the men and women’s swimming and...

JV runners step up in Pa.

By Karissa Hearn Correspondent The College’s cross country junior varsity team competed in the Haverford College Junior Varsity Invitational in Haverford, Pa. on Tuesday. This...

Mayo hosts sounds of South Africa

By Liz Christine Santos Correspondent Singer, sculptor, and painter Mogauwane Mahloele performed with his own handmade African instruments Thursday Oct. 22 in the Mildred and Ernest...

According to report, crime spikes on campus in 2008

By Melissa Redmond Correspondent The College experienced considerable spikes in burglary last year, rising from 20 in 2007 to 34 in 2008, specifically motor vehicle theft,...

College Prof: Patronage is a problem

By Elizabeth Carbone Correspondent Students were taken out of their own backyards during the politics forum on Oct. 8 when lack of development and the need...

Students share Nicaragua experiences

By Paige Giorla Correspondent Not everyone stayed close to the Jersey Shore this summer. Students from two different organizations who journeyed to Nicaragua to complete separate...

New education building: $44.5 million

By Caitlyn Camacho Correspondent The Board of Trustees approved the financing of a new education building, sitework and utilities upgrades at its Oct. 6 meeting. The...

Poets tackle sex, dialogue and death at first Student Reading Series

By Shaun Fitzpatrick Correspondent Three talented students performed at the Student Reading Series on Oct. 8 in the lounge of the Business Building. Freshman English major...

Student soloists rock apathetic Rat

By Shaun Fitzpatrick Correspondent The Rathskeller played host to a number of talents on Friday Oct. 16 for Student Soloist Night. The event, sponsored by the...

Steinberg shines light on duality in ‘Mourning’

By Ivy Hollander Correspondent Although the weather was gloomy, the mood at Assistant professor of English Diane Steinberg’s Close Reading about heavenly, lasting love was...

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