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President Joe finalist at Stockton University

Sofia Rositani – Editor-in-Chief Jaylen Carr – Sports Editor President Joe Bertolino has been picked as a finalist for a job at Stockton University in New Jersey. “I have not been offered

School of Business host pep talk for students

Brandon Cortes- News Writer In today’s competitive job market, a well-crafted resume and cover letter can be the key to securing your dream job.  Recognizing the importance of these documents, Mark Zampino,

Spring allergies pose problems for students

04/28/2010 By: Allison England Staff Writer All across Southern’s campus, tissues are in high demand, red eyes are a common sight and sneezes echo throughout the hallways. Spring has arrived and with

Students prep for Relay for Life

04/28/2010 By: Ryan Morgan Staff Writer Hundreds of candles in paper bags will light up the track on May 7 at Southern’s annual Relay for Life. These luminarias represent those who have

Islam brought to the spotlight

04/28/2010 By: Kaitlyn Naples General Assignment Reporter Last week the Muslim Student Association (MSA) celebrated Islam Awareness Week. “Every day we have an event dedicated to Islam Awareness,” said president of MSA

Professors present research

04/20/2010 By: Sean Meenaghan Staff Writer I didn’t really understand this. Maybe you should ask Sean for some clarifications. I just think many Southern students will stop being interested when they stop

Yom HaShoah brings Holocaust remembrance

04/20/2010 By: Mark McCurley News Writer As a way of remembering and recognizing Yom HaShoah, or Devastation and Heroism Day for the Holocaust, students and faculty gathered on campus and shared experiences.

Hebrew now an option for students

04/20/2010 By: Caris McLaughlin Copy Editor Many Southern students have the misconception that in order to fulfill their language requirement, they must take Spanish, according to Elena Schmitt, department chair of the

Financial advising for students

04/13/2010 By: Stephanie Paulino Staff Writer Noticing the limited resources for information on smart money management on campus, NAACP President Ashiah Richeme said she helped organize a hip-hop inspired program called Rubberband