About Amy Reynolds
Managing Editor

Royal Chef regal choice for take-out meals

November 12, 2013 Amy Reynolds 0

As I’ve mentioned before in previous food reviews, I don’t like to walk to get food when it’s cold outside. Sometimes I’ll make the trek to T-Dubs, but if I’m already wearing cozy sweatpants and slippers, there’s no chance I’ll walk to Eick when it’s cold.
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Campus Town focuses on enhancing appeal

November 6, 2013 Amy Reynolds 0

A large construction site and a visually unappealing green fence stand at the entrance of the College — perhaps a turn-off for prospective students and faculty. But what is eventually to come has the possibility to enhance the appeal of the College in new ways. […]

Liberty, a student and a leader

September 17, 2013 Amy Reynolds 0

Most students at the College have spent the majority of their lives in New Jersey. They went to elementary school here, middle school here, high school here — and now they go to college here. Student Government President Tyler Liberty, on the other hand, had a childhood far different from any other College student. […]

Freshman journey begins

August 27, 2013 Amy Reynolds 0

Take advantage of the small classes the College has to offer, ask questions, go above and beyond all expectations — these were among the many pieces of advice given during Monday morning’s convocation ceremony, in which the freshmen officially became members of the College community.
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Fedelo’s: Not bad, not good enough

April 16, 2013 Amy Reynolds 3

Rainy weather had the Managing Editor ordering take-out on a dreary Friday night. The not-so-special Italian food beat the monotony of eating at Eick, but spending the extra money could leave a bad taste in a college kid’s mouth. […]

Awareness raised / Understanding autism

April 9, 2013 Amy Reynolds 0

In the United States, one out of every 88 children has Autism.
In New Jersey, however, that number jumps to one in every 49 children, according to Debbie Schmidt, a mother of a child with autism and a presenter for Autism Awareness Week at the College. […]

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