‘Don Jon,’ the directional debut from Joseph Gordon-Levitt, retells a classic tale through the lens of a dark romantic comedy.
There’s a scene in the beginning of “Miss Congeniality” in which Sandra Bullock’s character demonstrates how to take down an attacker. Dressed like a Bavarian maid, she uses what she calls the “S.I.N.G.” method on her unsuspecting partner, much to the delight of the audience. Get rid of the frilly dress, add in some bright […]
Neither Rutgers-Camden nor Rutgers-Newark Universities stood a chance when the Lions showed up to play this past week. The women’s basketball team played some of their best games of the season, securing two important wins in each. As the team comes closer to the New Jersey Athletic Conference playoffs, their play has become nothing less than spectacular. With everyone showing up fully to every game, the Lions look like they are unstoppable.
While the rest of the College community was sleeping in, overeating and relaxing at their homes throughout December and January, the women’s basketball team was busy with their unrelenting schedule during the break. With games resuming on Dec. 29, the Lions went quickly to work, securing a 73-51 win over Apprentice School and resuming their season with a bang.
In this week’s Club Hub, columnist Sara Stammer spends the day at a shelter with the Animal Benefits club.
The No. 6-ranked Lions (11-2) were held scoreless following a 10-9 start, eventually falling to the No. 1 Salisbury Sea Gulls (12-0) by a score of 12-10.
A male student covered in mud and pine needles was issued a summons for underage drinking in the early hours of New Year’s.
The Interfaith Council requested $95 for its event “Pie the Professor,” which will charge students $1 to pie a participating professor in the face or $0.50 to pie an executive board member of the club, in order to raise money for the Japanese Disaster Relief. There was some debate among members because SFB-funded events can’t […]
By Lauren Indyk Correspondent Students expecting a quiet poetry reading were in for a surprise when they settled into the Library Auditorium on Tuesday, March 1. Pomona College professor and poet Claudia Rankine lectured and read poetry about racism. Though the crowd of students and professors was small, the dimly lit room provided a comfortable, […]
SFB funded TCNJ College Republicans’ request for $26,300 at last Wednesday’s meeting to try to bring Ben Stein to campus sometime during the last week of March. “I think it really pertains to students because he’s kind of a pop-culture phenomenon, plus he has a lot of experience with politics and economics,” said Nick Lukaszewicz, […]
It is no secret that for the past 11 years, the U.S. has been spending outside its means. Between the war on terror, the massive bailout of some of the largest corporations in the U.S. and the deficit spending used to restart the economy, the U.S. has managed to rack up a $1.1 trillion debt. […]
Today, Bliss Hall houses the English, journalism/professional writing, languages, religious studies, philosophy and women’s and gender studies departments. Filled with classrooms, offices, basement computer labs and bookshelves, it’s hard to imagine this building actually being considered a home. Although it has changed significantly since, Bliss Hall was originally a male dormitory. The late William Hausdoerffer, […]
By Lauren Rittenbach I’ve always considered myself to be above the gender differences. I like math, I try not to wear pink, and I’m not even afraid to kill spiders. Yeah, I’m a pretty independent woman with one exception: I can only talk to guys when I’m at parties. When I’m at parties I’m hotter […]
Campus bathrooms are shared by scores of people on a daily basis — staff, faculty, students, visitors and potential enrollees — and the College is responsible for cleaning many of these facilities. According to Edward Gruber, who recently assumed the position of interim supervisor for buildings and grounds, “Restrooms have the biggest priority because you’re […]