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  • All Dressed Up

    photo by Stephanie Nardi Cranberry King and Queen candidates, from left standing, Mike Scuilli, Maria Panvini, Colleen Kelly, Davendra Brijlall, Laura Franko, Ryan Sydorko, Travarus…

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  • by Paul Mullin Issues in the upcoming N.J. Legislative Elections, including property taxes, the state budget and political corruption throughout the state were the focus…

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  • University investigates fraternity

    by Chris Cole The Zeta Beta Tau (ZBT) fraternity is making its best bid to clean up its act by presenting evidence of reform to…

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  • Sad Song

    compiled by Jeff Frankel Five piano keys were stolen from each of three pianos on the Princeton campus. The theft occurred sometime between Monday, Oct.…

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  • Underage drinking

    compiled by Jeff Frankel A trio of underage females was caught drinking at the Pub on Friday, Oct. 26. A male employee contacted Public Safety…

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  • Forgery

    compiled by Jeff Frankel An online job-posting site scammed a student after she put her résumé on the Internet. It was reported at around 9:50…

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  • Frisbee team tosses away from home

    by Danielle Flood The Rider Ultimate Frisbee (RUF) team is throwing its discs on the Princeton campus and as far away as Rochester, N.Y. RUF…

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  • by Jess Hoogendorn A workshop to discuss the meaning of diversity and what can be done to connect students of different backgrounds on Rider University’s…

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  • Junior wins national award

    by Steph Mostaccio This year, approximately 200 Delta Sigma Pi business honor fraternity members throughout the country applied for the Founder’s Memorial Undergraduate Scholarship, and…

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  • Lawrenceville SGA vice president

    by Jeff Frankel For the third time in three weeks, a discriminatory incident has shocked the campus, and for the second time, it was racist…

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  • by Danielle Phillips Most students do not have the opportunity to take a walk through the archives on the top floor of the library, but…

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