Practicing paganism — it’s not hocus pocus

November 4, 2004 Christine Brozyna 0

When Will Lewis strolls around campus dressed in a Scottish kilt and flowing cape, carrying an oversized walking stick, heads turn – and he likes it that way. Lewis’ unique style has caused him to be the subject of glaring eyes, hushed whispers and confused stares around campus. […]

IT keeps an eye out for students’ computer health

September 15, 2004 Christine Brozyna 0

It’s a student’s worst nightmare – you wake up one morning to find your computer wallpapered with pop-up ads or frozen with last night’s Google search scrawled across the screen. “It’s frustration, anger and disappointment all at the same time,” Kajal Vora, junior international business major, said. […]

IT keeps an eye out for students’ computer health

April 7, 2004 Christine Brozyna 0

It’s a student’s worst nightmare – you wake up one morning to find your computer wallpapered with pop-up ads or frozen with last night’s Google search scrawled across the screen. “It’s frustration, anger and disappointment all at the same time,” Kajal Vora, junior international business major, said. […]

Thousands rally in Midtown to protest war in Iraq

March 31, 2004 Christine Brozyna 0

the invasion of Iraq, thousands gathered in the streets of New York City passionately waving signs, banging drums and shouting chants in protest of the war.

The protest, held on March 20, was the largest demonstration since Feb. 15, 2003, when over 100,000 people gathered in Midtown with calls to prevent war in Iraq. […]

College students won’t be ‘bored’ with these games

February 4, 2004 Christine Brozyna 0

It’s Tuesday night – party night for many students at the College. The halls bump with bass from the blasting sound systems, girls cover their faces in layers of make-up and dress in their favorite pair of jeans, guys finally shave their 5 o’clock shadow. The energy is intense as students get ready to go out for a night of carousing and letting loose. […]

Manzano: Sesame Street gives Hispanics a media role

November 11, 2003 Christine Brozyna 0

Students re–lived their childhood as they watched a furry blue monster sing in Spanish and other off-beat creatures sing and dance as part of a video montage introducing guest speaker Sonia Manzano. Manzano, known as “Maria” from “Sesame Street,” gave a lecture, “One, Two Three: Who put Latins on TV?”

It was part of the College’s Multicultural Lecture series that hopes to broaden the student body’s understanding and appreciation of the diverse cultures represented on campus. […]

Spigner withdrew from the College when unit was activated

September 16, 2003 Christine Brozyna 0

The generation of Americans who grew up with G.I. Joe believes that the image of the American soldier is a big, buff, stern-faced man programmed to fight and kill. However, the American soldier today is far from this stereotype. The men and women fighting for this nation as soldiers are people with real jobs and lives who do not just live for conflict. […]