Donald Trump, bondage and cement shoes are some of the art pieces highlighted at the College’s 2016 BFA Senior Art Exhibition, “Pushing Edges,” on display from Wednesday, May 4, to Friday, May 20, in the Art and Interactive Multimedia Building’s Art Gallery.
Modern Baseball rocked the sold-out Wonder Bar during the band’s “Holy Ghost” release show on Friday, May 13.
Former President Bill Clinton spoke at the College on behalf of his wife, Hillary, during her 2016 presidential campaign on Friday, May 13.
CAPS at the College doesn’t have enough resources to help every student on-campus struggling with mental illness.
The tear-jerker P&G commercials are back on the air, and that can only mean one thing: The Olympics are coming. There is now less than 100 days to go until the Friday, Aug. 5, Opening Ceremonies in Rio, and despite the negative storylines that surround this year’s Games — the dangers of the Zika virus, poor Brazilian economy, etc. — athletes and the countries they will represent are already feeling the excitement.
The College’s lacrosse team takes on the Stockton University Ospreys on Tuesday, April 26.
A recap of this year’s athletic performances, from football to basketball.
Cathy Engelbert, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Deloitte — the largest professional services firm in the U.S. — spoke to students and educators at the College on Monday, April 25.
The Lions concluded their season on a six-game winning streak as they won two crucial New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) doubleheaders at home — one against the Montclair State University Red Hawks and another against the Ramapo College Roadrunners.
The College’s baseball team ends its dominating season with wins against Montclair State University.
Ansar al-Islam, a Bangladeshi militant group with close links to al-Qaeda, claimed responsibility for the killings of a top gay rights activist and his friend on Monday, April 25, in the Bangladeshi capital of Dhaka.
Students talk about the process of receiving formal club recognition through Student Government.
Vice President of Student Affairs Amy Hecht hosted a series of open fora on Tuesday, April 26, and Thursday, April 28, to discuss four positions — three new and one current — whose salaries would be funded through the Student Activities Fee (SAF).
Each semester, students are asked to fill out an Online Student Feedback on Teaching evaluation for every course they take. This semester is no different, as some of the undergraduate students at the College can complete them at anytime from Monday, April 25, to Friday, May 6, in PAWS, according to the Office of Records and Registration’s Website.