That time of year is upon us again. Flowers are blooming, birds are chirping … and your nose is running, and your eyes are so itchy you’re fairly certain that you’re going to be scratching your cornea sooner than later. […]
As the semester winds down and the weather starts to warm up, there is more time to spend outdoors with family and friends. No more waking up early for class or staying up to all hours of the night writing papers. But that doesn’t mean to stop your already developed green living habits! […]
New Jersey Commissioner of Labor, Harold Wirths, stopped by the College’s business department to speak with a group of eager young entrepreneurs on Wednesday, April 24. Despite the rough road he has had to endure since his appointment, Wirths’s message was clear: things are getting back on track in New Jersey.
Paige Aiello is a senior communication studies major at the College. She is a member of Lambda Pi Eta, the national communication honor society. Not only is Aiello a strong student, but she is also a talented athlete. She is a captain of the women’s tennis team, which she has been part of since her freshman year. […]
Information Technology will bring a number of changes to the campus once the 2013-14 academic year begins in the fall. SOCS, email accounts, course evaluations and more will receive renovations or overhauls as the College takes steps to improve security and efficiency. […]
By Courtney Wirths News Assistant The sales and marketing fraternity, Pi Sigma Epsilon, travelled to San Diego, Calif, earlier this April to compete in a series of business and chapter related competitions. Students from the […]
Here’s a headline you didn’t expect to see! “Eggs, milk, sack of potatoes, 10 boxes of hot pockets.” Whoops, accidentally copy-pasted my grocery list. Let’s try this again. “Reese Witherspoon arrested for disorderly conduct after traffic stop.” […]