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Addicting series ‘breaks’ new ground

When I first heard about the television series “Breaking Bad” from my family and friends, I was urged to give the show a chance. I didn’t understand what the big deal was and thought it had too much gory violence and action for my taste. After catching up on it over winter break, I realized that the show is so much more than this and that I was completely wrong. With each season better than the last, AMC brings viewers a television phenomenon that is difficult to pass up.

Ensler’s ‘Vagina Monologues’ to end violence

The weekend of Valentine’s Day brought together much more than couples and sweethearts — it brought students and faculty together for a worthy cause. Several female students at the College performed in Women in Learning and Leadership’s 11th annual production of the “Vagina Monologues” on Feb. 15, 16 and 17 in the Mayo Concert Hall.

Cop Shop: Presidents’ day thief jacks $20K JFK

Campus police were dispatched to Centennial Hall on Tuesday, Feb. 12 at 1:10 a.m. after receiving a report of an intoxicated male student. When...

‘Catfish’ host speaks out about online dating

Fans of the show 'Catfish' gathered in Kendall Hall on Wednesday, Jan. 23 to hear host Nev Schulman speak about his career and the world of online dating in the College Union Board’s Welcome Back Lecture.

Globes set the bar for award season

This year's Golden Globes were anything but disappointing. Hollywood's biggest stars were honored for their recent work in hit films such as "Silver Linings Playbook" and "Argo".

TCNJ alum’s nonprofit competing to win $1 million

This year’s “American Giving Awards” on NBC will hit close to home as She’s the First, a nonprofit started by College alumna Tammy Tibbetts, will be competing for $1 million on the show.

‘Dancing in the dark’ at Dev’s performance; Cold War Kids bring expressive, eclectic act

Electro-pop sensation Dev, one of this year’s headlining performers, was nothing short of a crowd-pleaser at the College Union Board’s annual Fall Concert.

Emitting the truth, student spills her guts

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‘I had two shots,’ so call me maybe; man cries

Homecoming weekend had its fair share of disorderly conduct. According to Campus Police, there were 17 reports of underage drinking, five transports, a case of disorderly conduct and a case of criminal mischief.

Students share realities, PRISM members open up and advocate love

In the spirit of Queer Awareness Month, PRISM held its annual Coming Out Monologues on Monday, Oct. 15 in the Library Auditorium. Amidst a room of people who came together to show their support, the speakers united to unveil the issues that have heavily impacted their lives.

No use crying over spilt blood, summons issued

Get the latest campus crime updates in this week's Cop Shop.

Pianist performs Chopin on new Steinway

Classical piano melodies filled the Mildred & Ernest E. Mayo Concert Hall during pianist Jon Nakamatsu’s performance on Tuesday, March 20.

Cultural experiences change composer’s musical tune

Three composers from around the world came together to talk about their musical experiences at the latest edition of the Brown Bag series. “The New Generation of Contemporary Composers: World Premieres from Composers from Four Continents” discussion was held Friday, March 16 in the Mildred & Ernest E. Mayo Concert Hall.

Mixed Signals whip together a mixture of laughs

The house was packed for The Mixed Signals’ first comedy show of the spring semester, bringing together both old and new fans to watch the entertaining antics of the improvisation troupe.

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