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OPINION: How the College should manage marijuana legalization

Now that New Jersey has taken steps to legalize marijuana, there is a proper procedure the state should take to integrate the drug on college campuses.

Legalization of marijuana reflects significant social impact across state, country

Researchers have discovered various benefits to the legalization, including social justice, safety, public health, raises in tax revenue, lower criminal justice expenditures and economic stimulation.

Stalemate continues over NJ marijuana bill

Progress has stalled on the bill to legalize marijuana in New Jersey after 67% of voters voted yes to the ballot question in November of 2020, according to NJ.com. 

N.J. sees surge of Covid-19 cases as fall season is underway

New Jersey is hoping to minimize cases and curb hospital capacity as COVID cases increase as the state heads into the fall and winter.

NJ Covid-19 cases increase, rate of transmission rises

New Jersey is beginning to see an increase in coronavirus cases as the fall nears, sparking fears of a potential "second wave" around the corner.

New Jersey opens up indoor dining, movie theaters for the first time in six months

Governor Murphy announced earlier this month the reopening of Movie Theaters and limited indoor dining, while also warning businesses to follow the guidelines set by the state.

Gov. Murphy gives go-ahead for NJ colleges to reopen; College to remain online-only for fall semester

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy announced on Wednesday, Aug. 12, that New Jersey colleges and universities can reopen for in-person instruction in the fall despite the state remaining in Stage 2 of the reopening plan. The College, however, will continue with its revised plan to remain online-only for the fall, according to President Kathryn Foster in a statement during a virtual Town Hall meeting held on Aug. 5.

From local governments to nationwide protests, police reform is continuing to gain momentum

In response to the protests since the death of George Floyd, local, state and national governments have started to pay attention. Activists are meeting lawmakers to discuss ways for sustainable reform.

Campus Town hosts local blood drive

In honor of National Blood Donor Month, Campus Town hosted a blood drive from Jan. 30 to Friday, Feb.1 in effort to combat the current blood bank deficit facing New Jersey.

Wrestling takes third at McGinley Tournament

Before the wrestling team began its 2018 season, the team competed in a public event preseason match against each other in the Blue/Gold Intersquad on Oct. 26 to determine the team’s starting wrestlers.

Field hockey continues winning-streak

The field hockey team celebrated homecoming on Saturday, Oct. 27 with a 4-1 victory over Stockton University on a wet and rainy night.

Cross country teams take home NJAC titles

The Lions defeated Rowan University and won New Jersey Athletic Conference titles on Saturday, Oct. 27 when both the men and women’s cross country teams traveled to Glassboro, New Jersey to conclude the regular season.

Lions celebrate Homecoming victory

The Lions marched to a 24-7 win over William Paterson University for a dominant homecoming victory.

Women’s soccer bounces back quickly from first loss

The women’s soccer team faced two opponents last week: Johns Hopkins University and Rutgers University-Newark. The Lions fell to Johns Hopkins 1-0, but prevailed against Rutgers-Newark, 4-2. Their undefeated record has been changed and they now hold a record of 3-1.

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