Like everyone else in America, a hook-up with a friend took place. Alcohol played a factor. We're really good friends and the flirting that we always do has taken a different twist. I didn't even think my friend found me attractive. But we haven't talked about it.
To the Editor: I'm writing in response to your article about how the Career Fair is geared to business students. I have to say that I disagree with that statement. I myself was a liberal arts major, now currently working for a company that was at the Career Fair my senior year.
To the Editor: First of all, I understand that the article about the clichéd stereotypes of New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Massachusetts was supposed to be funny. I fully recognized the intention for humor. Few people I talked to found the article amusing though.
by Tara E. Lynch There are moments in pop culture, little triumphs and tragedies of Americana, which seem to have a permanence in the minds of the public. My parents, for example, will always remember the day that John F. Kennedy was shot or the first day of Woodstock.
by Kelly Sheehan Whether you prefer rock, alternative, hip-hop or rap, you don't have to hate FUSA this year for its spring concert selection. FUSA's second spring concert bid was accepted at the end of last week by popular hip-hop group The Roots, according to Jessica DiBuono '06, co-chair of music programming, "I was really hoping they would accept the bid and now I'm just ecstatic about the good possibility of them coming," she said.
by Ryan Blair The fate of FUSA's new constitution now rests in the hands of the student body as the continuing saga of the document draws to a close. The new constitution passed unanimously in the FUSA Senate in an "emergency session" on Monday night. Now, the only step that remains is the ratification of the document in a campus-wide referendum scheduled for Thursday, March 3.
It was the moment everyone had waited for. After being the hero last Thursday night with a buzzer-beating floater that sunk Marist and pushed the Stags' men's basketball team to within a half-game of first place in the MAAC, junior guard Terrance Todd handled the ball on the right sideline, heading towards the hoop with his team trailing first place Niagra 76-74.
The men and women's tennis teams have hit the courts and are looking to build off last year's success. The men have gone 2-1 so far this season, defeating Queens College and Holy Cross, yet falling to Boston University this past weekend. "While I believe we are much improved from last year, the conference is going to be so challenging that we really have to use our non-conference schedule and practice time to make another leap forward over the next two months," said Coach Jeff Wyshner.