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Oscars bring together industry’s biggest stars

February 26, 2013 Colleen Murphy 1

Oscar night is somewhat of a holiday for me. I look forward to the ceremony all year, so when the awards are not quite up to par, it is almost like not getting what you want for your birthday. But Sunday night’s 85th Academy Awards show was like the mother of all birthday presents — this year’s Oscars were the best I’ve ever seen. […]

‘Impractical Jokers’ offers schadenfreude

February 12, 2013 Colleen Murphy 0

Take four lifelong best friends from Staten Island, put them on the streets of Manhattan, have them do or say stupid things to strangers, and you’ve got television gold.
TruTv’s “Impractical Jokers,” now in its second season, is the most entertaining show that’s been on in a while. […]

Three candidates, one position

February 12, 2013 Colleen Murphy 0

The College is choosing between three candidates to fill the new position of assistant dean of Students and director of Leadership. Over the past two weeks, the three candidates each gave a 45-minute presentation at […]

Mascherino and Day reunite at the Rat

February 5, 2013 Colleen Murphy 0

Alan Day of Four Years Strong headlined the College Union Board’s Friday Feb. 1 show in the Rathskeller. He performed under his new solo name The Here and Now, and was open ed by Fred Mascherino, lead singer of Terrible Things and The Color Fred, formerly of Taking Back Sunday.Mascherino performed songs from the various bands he has been in, starting his set list with Terrible Things’ “Revolution.” […]

Eickhoff waits for repairs

January 29, 2013 Colleen Murphy 0

Last week’s sub-freezing temperatures froze a sprinkler line in Eickhoff Hall, causing a small flood in areas of the dining hall and on the second and third floors of the residence hall, according to Matthew Golden, associate vice president for Communications, Marketing, and Brand Management for the College.
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Flu poses threat

January 29, 2013 Colleen Murphy 0

The flu has become a nationwide epidemic that is said to affect the elderly and those with underlying conditions the most, but due to the living quarters of college students, they too have to be extra cautious with their hygiene habits. […]

Students perform original music

November 28, 2012 Colleen Murphy 1

Four students, each equipped with a guitar, performed at the Rathskeller on Friday, Nov. 16 for Student Soloist Night. Though the students all sang acoustically, each of them performed in their own style, making for a diverse night of music. […]

College tries to balance with Ewing residents

October 23, 2012 Colleen Murphy 0

Loud noises, littered yards, trashed streets and unkempt recyclables that some Ewing Township residents experience have caused a strained relationship between members of Ewing and the College community over the past years, according to Ewing Township Business Administrator Jim McManimon. […]

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