Finances, relationships, sports, family, friends, schoolwork and more could give anyone an ulcer. In what’s often referred to as “the best years of their lives,” college students have a lot of things that make it difficult to balance everything that’s going on in their lives sometimes. […]
While many College students spend their summers relaxing at the beach or working as interns, senior health and exercise science and education major Chris Burns spent his biking across the country – and raising money for Habit for Humanity in the process.
He did so by participating in a program called Bike & Build, which teams up students from several colleges and universities and allows them to participate in the 3,800-mile cross country bike trip in order to raise awareness about Habitat for Humanity, the charitable foundation that builds homes for low-income families. […]
Oct. 10 to 16 marked a week of intense spirit, excitement and competition among students at the College as they took part in the annual Homecoming festivities.
Members from various campus clubs, Greek organizations and club sports teams participated in seven events throughout the week, culminating in Saturday’s Parade Fest and football game against Western Connecticut State University. […]
Meaghan Fleck spent last Friday night like any College student might: she ate a not-so-delicious dinner at Eickhoff Dining Hall, watched a movie in the residence hall and later played Dance Dance Revolution down the hall.
What makes Meaghan’s night so unusual, however, is that she’s only nine years old. […]
In one of the many hidden corners of Brower Student Center, you can find the home of the Off-Campus Student Organization (OCSO). The small lounge, equipped with a computer, television, microwave, refrigerator and plenty of seating space is home away from home for the College’s commuter students. […]
It’s 9:15 p.m. on a Wednesday night and at a dance studio five minutes from campus, 15 pairs of feet are tapping along to jazz. The students are dancing in two rows in front of a mirror and a teacher is watching their every step.
Despite the scrutiny, however, the studio has a very relaxed atmosphere. […]
Here’s a riddle: What courses currently offered on campus involve the Ace of Pentacles, the “V” position, Missy Elliot and Wyclef and a needle and thread? No clue? Here’s a hint: the courses are free. The College Union Board (CUB) has reintroduced the “mini courses,” the commitment-free, interesting and diverse courses created and taught by students. […]
Acupuncture, herbal remedies, homeopathy – what really works? In the world of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM), it just depends who you ask.
‘CAM,’ loosely defined, refers to any treatments – from herbs to massages – that are outside the norms of traditional medicine. […]
On Nov. 2, the next president of the United States, either the incumbent George W. Bush or his opponent, Sen. John Kerry, will be chosen. Across the country, as well as the state and even at the College, the campaigns have kicked into high gear.
Kevin Kelly, sophomore English major, is one of the College’s students getting involved as a member of the Cinnaminson Republican Committee, as an intern for Sen. […]
I find it difficult to grasp the fact that, like any other day, Nov. 2 will come and go and that this vicious campaign for the presidency will actually end. It seems as if we have been living with it forever, watching it, breathing quick and biting our nails. […]
In addition to being Election Day for the presidential race, Nov. 2 also marks the election for the Ewing Township Council. The current Democratic majority seeks to hold onto its position, while the Republicans, who held only one seat last year, seek to become the majority in the council for the first time in a decade. […]
It’s Saturday night and your roommate has a big date. You, however, remain confined in your stuffy room. “Why don’t I have a date?” you wonder. Maybe it is because you have yet to experience gorillapop.com, a new online dating service that matches individuals based on their musical preferences. […]
Examining the history of the breakthrough Brown v. Board of Education case, last Thursday’s lecture on “The Historical Context of the Brown Decisions” proved to be thought-provoking and eye-opening for many students.
The lecture was part of a series of events to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the decision. […]
Are you tired of self-congratulatory press releases and countdown clocks from the College? Are you a freshman who wants to be down with the College lingo? Need a cure for that vicious hangover? Looking for the perfect online game to keep you from starting a huge project or paper?
If so, you aren’t alone. […]