By Tom Ballard News Assistant Future historians, criminologists, philosophers and political scientists here at the College now have a new dean. In an email from Thursday, Dec. 3, Jacqueline Taylor, provost and vice president for […]
Professors walked out of their respective buildings and congregated under the gray afternoon sky, with the intention of shedding some light on a not-so black-and-white issue. Faculty and staff, from the School of Humanities and Social Sciences to the Office of Student Accounts, got together to show that they will not stay silent while facing conditions that come with being an employee at the mercy of the state government. […]
In this week’s special championship edition of Around the Dorm, the “Ref,” Otto Gomez, asks our panel of experts — seeded by their number of wins this semester — three questions: What can stop the […]
By Connor Smith Staff Writer The Lions continued their hot start on Wednesday, Nov. 19, with a 34-12 victory over King’s College and followed it up on Saturday, Nov. 21, by beating Gloucester (44-3), Middlesex […]
By Sean Reis Columnist With this being the final issue of the fall semester, I decided to take a slightly different approach than past columns. Rather than focusing on DraftKings and the weekly picks, I […]
By Otto Gomez Staff Writer After starting the season, 1-1, the Lions came home and battled Western Connecticut State University for a 83-82 overtime win on Wednesday, Nov. 18. The team followed by splitting their […]
By Anthony Caruso Staff Writer The College’s women’s basketball team has lost all three games over the past two weeks, all within a week span before the players and coaches went on Thanksgiving break. The […]
By George Tatoris Staff Writer The men’s and women’s indoor track teams are training hard for their opening meet, the New Year’s Invitational hosted by Princeton University, which will be held on Friday, Dec. 11. […]
By Michael Battista Sports Editor Early November is both an exciting and challenging time when it comes to fall collegiate sports. The season begins to wind down, conference playoffs determine who will play for the […]
By Sydney Shaw News Editor Please forgive them, they want to go home. All past and present members of River City Extension returned to the Stone Pony in Asbury Park, N.J., for their sold-out, sixth annual Simple Gifts […]
What happens when you can’t get into the college courses necessary to prepare you for graduate school and a subsequent career?
Students with plans to attend medical school after completing their undergraduate degree in a discipline outside of the hard sciences have asked themselves this question far too many times, as many of their required courses are reserved strictly for those within the science department. After years, these students will tell you they’ve learned the hard way that there’s nothing you can really do but wait — that is, join a waiting list as soon as possible and hope that a seat will open up once the hold for non-science majors has been lifted.
Junior psychology major Nishawn Rahaman is all too familiar with the arduous process of registering for pre-med classes at the College. […]