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How David Ross Lawn is ‘making it’ as a professional musician

“The reason this album is called ‘The Nocturnes’  is that it’s the pieces of the nighttime,” Lawn said. “These pieces for me are my response to the darkness, the darkness that one would feel when they are getting told that they have to stay inside, they can’t do anything really artistic or have an audience in front of them, and so I think it goes deeper into the darkness that someone would feel during this time. And that’s where I drew my inspiration for this, I just kind of sat at the piano and went for it.”

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. 

States continue reopening plans amid coronavirus; CDC receives backlash for mishap

The coronavirus guidelines published by the CDC have triggered public backlash. Aside from the information released on May 22, the White House condemned the CDC over its response to the virus, according to Fox News, also shelving a 17-page report on guidelines for reopening the country.

Seton Hall University will open its campus for fall 2020; College still undecided

Seton Hall University announced on May 22 that its doors will open in the fall for a hybrid, flexible (“HyFlex”) plan that offers both in-person and online instruction, according to an announcement on its website. The university is the first public higher education institution in New Jersey to announce a decision for the upcoming semester.

Women defeat Stevens at home

Swimming at home on Saturday Nov. 10, the men and women’s swimming and diving teams had an eventful day against Stevens Institute of Technology.

Lions victorious in final game of season

The football team traveled to Buena Vista, Virginia to face Southern Virginia University for its last game of the season on Saturday,  Nov. 10.

Women secure fourth place in Regional Championship

Coming off a bye week used to celebrate a New Jersey Athletic Championship title, both the men and women’s teams returned to action on Saturday, Nov. 10 to participate in the Atlantic Region Championship in Glassboro, New Jersey.

Lions end season in NCAA quarterfinal defeat

Ranked seventh by the NCAA, the Lions competed for the championship title in the NCAA Championship tournament, but could not make it past the quarterfinals.

Lions fall in final round of NJAC championship

This past week, the field hockey team participated in the New Jersey Athletic Conference Tournament as the third-seeded team in the league.

College defeats Ramapo College on road

With wins by both teams, the men’s team advanced to 2-0 and the women improved to 1-1.

Lions achieve 18th NJAC championship title

The women’s soccer team competed in the New Jersey Athletic Conference Championships this past week.

Newport’s offensive raid scorches Lions

The football team struggled at home against Christopher Newport University, losing 38-13 on annual Senior Day.

Field hockey breaks winning-streak, then shuts out Kean 5-0

After two losses, the team recovered with a shutout victory in a challenge against Kean University with a final score of 5-0.

Women’s soccer extends winning-streak

Adding to its six-game win streak, the women’s soccer team was able to pick up two additional wins this week.

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