Among a college’s student body, there are always those few that tend to stick out — the individuals wearing Greek letters on their shirts. Yet, it’s been those letters which have garnered a negative connotation during the recent media mania, highlighting fraternities and sororities engaging in underage drinking, sexual assault, hazing and other reckless behaviors. […]
By Michael Battista Sports Assistant The softball team continued its impressive season, facing off against two Rutgers campuses, Camden and Newark, and earning three wins out of the four games they played at home. Tuesday, […]
College fraternities all across the country are making headlines, from Penn State to the University of Oklahoma to Dartmouth College. Their misdemeanors are nothing short of deplorable, and the media storm swirling around them is more than warranted.
By Emma Kumpf Blogger “Expect complexity and diversity.” These are the words my professor used to introduce my Gender in Islam class today, but I think they are also an appropriate introduction to my time […]
By Jennie Sekanics Blogger Within the past two weeks, media outlets have expressed frenzied outrage over the gone-viral video of Raymell Mourice Rice (also known as Ray Rice) abusing his partner, Janay Palmer. Of course, […]
By Meghan Chroback Blogger Hillary Clinton is one name that has a lot of power and meaning in the United States. Many people, including Pharrell, predicts that Clinton will win the Presidential office in 2016. […]
It’s the time of year again for improvisational comedy to welcome in the spring season. All College Theatre was fully funded for their event the “ROCK” by the Student Finance Board on Wednesday, March 5. The event will be free to all students. […]
As players on the women’s lacrosse team come and go, there is one constant that has remained seemingly unchanged: Throughout the 27 years as being head coach, Sharon Pfluger has earned herself a reputation for […]