The Metzger Drive loop was alight with the kindness of over 100 people this past Saturday evening. Carrying red and white balloons, complete with flashing lights, they joined together to raise money for the Southern New Jersey Chapter of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society by participating in the seventh annual Light the Night Walk. […]
In the wake of a tragedy such as Hurricane Katrina, those not directly affected often feel helpless. They may wonder how they can possibly make a difference 1,100 miles away from the devastation.
Steve Hofstetter, however, a writer and stand-up comedian who increased his visibility among the college-aged demographic by joining facebook. […]
Before you light up your next cigarette in your room, think again. The College and the state of New Jersey are both looking to ban smoking in all residence halls. The change – proposed in a state bill that passed in the Senate March 14 – could go into effect as early as Fall 2005 if legislated by the state government, according to Mary-Elaine Perry, vice president for Student Life. […]
Headlining speaker Christopher J. Christie, U.S. Attorney for the District of New Jersey, failed to arrive at last Wednesday’s student forum on business ethics, sponsored by the School of Business.
“Ten (minutes) after 3 (p.m.), I was told he wasn’t coming,” Aimee Rogers, program assistant and interim dean for the School of Business, said. […]
The inbound security gates for several parking lots, including the upper level of Lot 12, adjacent to Forcina Hall, have been out of order for over three weeks. Though the gates are raised, tickets willl continue to be distributed to unauthorized vehicles parked in the lots. […]