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News

Security of Pier Village Apartments Questioned

3 DAYS AGO  |  KERRY BREEN | SENIOR/NEWS EDITOR & KAITLIN KORGESKI | CONTRIBUTING WRITER
Security of Pier Village Apartments Questioned

Duplicated Key Provided: Unauthorized Access to Student Apartment


After an unnamed student was given access to a Pier Village apartment via an “unauthorized duplicate” key, some students question the security of University-sponsored apartments.

According to Ashley Chavez, a senior communication student who lived in Apartment 426 during the 2016 – 2017 school year, an anonymous female student wh...

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Opinion

Bad Boys Rule

3 DAYS AGO  |  JASON AQUINO | DELIVERY ASSISTANT
Bad Boys Rule

There is an old saying: “When one door closes, another door opens.” The person holding that door open is a gentleman - silently nodding, waiting for a reply. If that does not sound appealing to you, the female reader, then how would you feel if he slowly closed the door with a wry smirk on his face as you shuffled to it, adjusting the bag or backpack on your shoulder, only to grab the door’s handl...

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Sports

Track and Field Wins Conference Championship

3 DAYS AGO  |  SOPHIA GALVEZ | STAFF WRITER
Track and Field Wins Conference Championship

The men and women’s track and field team of dominated in their fifth Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) Indoor Championship this weekend at the 168th Street Armory in New York City, and brought back another championship; with the women’s team bringing home their fifth straight championship and the men bringing back their fourth championship in the last five years.

“Both teams executed well a...

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Entertainment

More Tears Than Laughs in This Year's Oscar Nominated Live Action Shorts

3 DAYS AGO  |  MARK MARRONE | STAFF WRITER
More Tears Than Laughs in This Year's Oscar Nominated Live Action Shorts

Usually when you go to the movie theater you sit down and strap in for the long haul. For about two hours you follow a character’s journey while crying, laughing, or holding your breath.

But can you feel the same way sitting through a film around 20 minutes long?

The task is daunting, but the best short films can make you feel like you’ve experienced a feature length film’s worth of information or e...

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Features

What is Love? How to Not Let Your Baby Hurt You No More

3 DAYS AGO  |  EMILY CONDRON | STAFF WRITER
What is Love? How to Not Let Your Baby Hurt You No More

Love is an emotion that so many people have attempted to understand, but have failed. With the feeling of love so much more impactful than anything, love has taken over the minds of a vast majority of college students.

The modern concept of love is somewhat of a challenge; how does one get past the communication hurdle or how does one know when there is true love? These difficulties hinder the mind...

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Lifestyles

Making the Best of Your Aesthetic Requirement

3 DAYS AGO  |  MELISSA BADAMO | STAFF WRITER
Making the Best of Your Aesthetic Requirement

One of the biggest arguments against the aesthetics requirement is that it won’t be necessary in a future career. However, aesthetics classes such as art, dance, music, and theatre teach us important things that can’t be taught in other general courses.

For instance, the sense of creativity that is learned from any aesthetic class can enhance our college experience while shaping us into well-rounde...

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Politics

Menendez Acquitted, Facing His Next Jury

3 DAYS AGO  |  NICHOLAS COSCARELLI | POLITICS EDITO
Menendez Acquitted, Facing His Next Jury

The Voters


The U.S. Department of Justice announced that it would not pursue a re-trial of New Jersey Sen. Robert Menendez’s corruption charges on Wednesday, Jan. 31.

After an 11-week trial last fall, which resulted in a hung jury, District Court Judge William Walls declared a mistrial on all 12 charges against Menendez.

However, federal prosecutors said that they intended to retry Menendez on politi...

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Club & Greek

Club and Greek Announcements 02-21-18

3 DAYS AGO  |  NICOLETTE PEZZA | CLUB & GREEK EDITOR
Club and Greek Announcements 02-21-18

Students Advocating Girls' Education (SAGE)

SAGE is dedicated to equal access to education and the betterment of the campus community through social justice, gender equality, and feminism. SAGE hosts a number of events on campus to raise money and donate to organizations and communities which improve access to quality education for women and girls, both locally and globally. They also increase camp...

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Leisure

Campus Viewpoints 02-21-18

3 DAYS AGO  |  NICOLE RIDDLE | VIEWPOINT & PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR
Campus Viewpoints 02-21-18

What is your favorite sport to watch in the Winter Olympics?


Shannon Christie

Senior

"My favorite sport to watch is snowboarding. Being able to watch Shaun White take the gold this year was really amazing given his rough patch in Sochi."

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Online Exclusive

Men's Basketball Falls to 7/8 Ranked Kentucky

2 MONTHS AGO  |  ZACH COSENZA | SPORTS EDITOR
Men's Basketball Falls to 7/8 Ranked Kentucky

Men’s basketball was defeated by 7/8 ranked Kentucky Wildcats 93-76 in the Citi Hoops Classic at Madison Square Garden on Saturday afternoon.

On a busy day in New York City that had people dressed as Santa, a rivalry game between the Rangers and Devils at The World’s Most Famous Arena, a Yankees’ trade that included one of the best power hitters in Major League Baseball, and on top of all that, the...

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Editorial

Understanding Mental Health

3 DAYS AGO  |  EDITORIAL STAFF
Understanding Mental Health

A healthy life and body is something everybody tries to maintain. When we get a cold, we take medicine and might even see a doctor, but when people struggle with their mental health there is adverse stigma that can be detrimental to taking the first steps to get help or continue to receive help.

“Mental illness is disrespected and mistreated by those who are uneducated, unaffected, and apathetic,” ...

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Comics

Knowledge and Quinn #14

10 DAYS AGO  |  BRIAN TURCZMANOVICZ | COMIC ILLUSTRATOR
Knowledge and Quinn #14

© Copyright 2017 Brian Turczmanovicz
All Rights Reserved

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