On Wednesday, March 20 at 4 p.m. in the Arts and Interactive Multimedia Building, an interdisciplinary mix of experts that came together to contemplate the concept of value in art, business and life. […]
In this week’s matchup of Around the Dorm, the “Ref,” Brendan McGrath, challenges sports editor Chris Molicki, staff writer Kevin Lee and correspondent Greg Oriolo to answer questions about the Devils’ playoff chances, the World Baseball Classic and Rex Ryan’s future with the Jets. […]
I had forgotten how refreshing it was to listen to a David Bowie song. His songs are, at the core, catchy pop songs. However, through a variety of unconventional production techniques, he has been able to create some of the most unique and memorable works in the history of modern pop music. Bowie’s latest album, “The Next Day,” is his first new material in 10 years. […]
During his senior year of high school, Dolan noticed more of his friends taking drugs like Adderall, Vyvanse and even cocaine to stay awake. He said that when he came to the College, it only got worse. Dolan wanted to try to stop this trend, and in July 2011, the idea of creating an alternative to drugs came to him. The sophomore finance major is now the CEO of Naderol, an all-natural, non-prescription, dietary supplement and focus enhancer. […]
Student Government voted on and passed the Young Americans for Liberty Organization for recognition at their meeting on Wednesday, March 20. The club presented to the Governmental Affairs Committee three times, and was just passed on the Sunday before spring break. GA previously rejected YALO because they saw weakness with the former leadership. This issue has since been resolved with the new leadership. […]
Over 50 years ago, 20,000 South African women demanded an end to apartheid oppression and gender inequality outside the union building in Pretoria, South Africa. Today, a monument is designed to memorialize the political efforts of these women and is nearly impossible for the public to access. […]
Kevin Smith, creator of “Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back,” “Mallrats” and the beloved “Clerks” movies, is a proclaimed comic book connoisseur, so much so that he opened up his own comic book store called Jay and Silent Bob’s Secret Stash (commonly known as “The Stash”) in his hometown of Red Bank, N.J. […]
Humans are creatures of habit. This seems especially true when it comes to destructive habits, such as not recycling, using too much electricity and other habits that cause extra strain on the environment. In order to facilitate student-to-student education about these habits, how destructive they are and how to stop them, a new program has been formed at the College called Sustainability Ambassadors. […]
What activity on campus involves painted rocks up for auction, walruses complaining about their changed habitats and students hiding in bushes being randomly tazed?
If you guessed a class, then you may need to rethink the classes you’re taking.
The American Cancer Society projects that in 2013, there will be 1,660,290 new cancer cases detected. They also expect that 580,350 people with cancer will die this year. But today, those diagnosed with cancer have […]
On Saturday, March 24 around 9:53 p.m. a student reported to Campus Police that a male student attempted to force his way into her room in Travers Hall. The female student was in her room when she heard male voices coming from the hallway, asking for the code to the women’s bathroom. She approached the students and asked if they had been drinking. He responded by shoving his cup in her face. According to reports, she felt threatened and ran back to her room. […]
A new show that I have quickly become a fan of is the CBS drama “Golden Boy.” This show centers around the meteoric rise of the young and ambitious cop, Walter William Clark, who becomes the youngest police commissioner for New York City.