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Perry performs poorly at halftime

The Super Bowl is often breaking records, whether it’s the amount of viewers who tune in, the teams playing the actual game or those notorious commercials.

Have Mercy draws largest Rat crowd in years

CUBRat had one of its biggest turnouts in years during its first show of the spring semester, with New Jersey bands Forever Losing Sleep and On Your Marks opening for alternative rockers Have Mercy on Friday, Jan. 30, in the Rathskeller.

Lyon captures Civil Rights Movement in exhibit

The Art Gallery in the AIMM building was bustling with students, professors, alumni and local residents on Wednesday, Jan. 28. The spring art exhibit, titled “Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement,” was chosen as part of this year’s intellectual theme of justice in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act. It features 50 of the most iconic black-and-white photographs of photographer and filmmaker Danny Lyon.

‘Wired’ produces theater magic in 24 hours

All College Theater and TCNJ Musical Theater come together once a semester to hold “Wired,” a 24-hour playwriting competition that can only be described as “theater magic.”

TCNJam raises $50,566 to end childhood cancer

Over the course of 12 straight hours, 1,000 students from the College danced to support children fighting cancer and raised over $50,000.

College’s CEL program called one of the best

The CEL program received a highly competitive award which only 8 percent of the nation's colleges and universities have earned.

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