Breaking: Five Students Arrested on Sexual Assault Charges
Social Media: Important to WPU
Social media is important to William Paterson University– and not just its students. With the threat of a school shooting and several bear sightings on campus since the beginning of the semester, the university’s efforts to utilize social media as a new form of communication has been put to the test.
"When the Rain Stops Falling" Gets High Reviews Opening Night
Black walls, 60 red-cushioned chairs, a stage set with a table and two benches, a coat rack and another table with bowls and a ladle was all that was in the Black Box Theatre when I entered.
Pioneers Win, 36-20
Starting their season on the road against SUNY Maritime College, the William Paterson University Pioneers spoiled the Privateers’ home opener by winning the first ever game at the new Reinhart Field 36-20. Prior to kickoff, Maritime unveiled their impressive facilities adjacent to the Throg’s Neck Bridge with an inaugural ceremony.
Student Eats, Breathes, Writes Baseball
Mathew Orso fell in love with America’s pastime sport when he was 11-years-old. With his grandpa by his side, his passion for baseball grew.
Around the World: Brazil
Brazilians are anxiously waiting to see the future of their government.
Dilma Rousseff, the Brazilian president, is running for another term but it’s not looking good for her this time.
In 2010 she was elected. She brought change to the economy expanding it by 7.5 percent, according to the Economist. The poverty rate has reduced by 55 percent and the increase in minimum wage went up 84 percent since 2003. Though these are positive changes, not everyone is impressed or ready to repeat the past.
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