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REIT investments fret with FED

Published: September 18, 2015 MIKE HANIFIN Business Correspondent With all of the constant speculation that the Federal Reserve will be shortly raising interest rates, many an investor is wondering what…

Falling oil prices leads to new sources of energy

Published: September 18, 2015 JORDAN REIS Business Correspondent With the recent turbulence in the stock market few commodities have been spared from losing value. One such commodity is crude oil.…

Student loans skyrocket, debt follows suit

Published: September 18, 2015 DARON MURPHY Business Correspondent An issue facing most college students today is student loans, more specifically student loan debt. For some time there has been the…

Faculty Spotlight: Christos Pargianas

Faculty Spotlight: Christos Pargianas

Published: September 18, 2015 MICHAEL BIANCO Staff Writer As yet another day of classes get underway in Brennan Hall, the business building at The University, students begin to file into…

“In Concert” with Professor Cunningham and His Old School

Published: September 18, 2015 NINA ABATE Arts and Life Correspondent A highly energetic, enticing performance by a five member group took students, faculty and locals back in time to the…

Yo La Tengo: “Stuff Like That There” Review

Published: September 18, 2015 PETER SHAVER Staff Writer Yo La Tengo, Hoboken staples of indie rock, recently released an excellent new album, “Stuff Like That There.” This year marks the…

Look at those buns: Man buns trending on campus

Look at those buns: Man buns trending on campus

Published: September 18, 2015 MAX CACI Arts and Life Correspondent I believe it is time to address a very controversial topic that is starting to appear on campus: the notorious,…

Photography exhibit debuted in Hyland Hall

Photography exhibit debuted in Hyland Hall

Published: September 18, 2015 JESSIE ESTRELLA Arts and Life Correspondent Lisa Hinkle’s photography exhibit “(Im)Perfect Specimen” currently adorns the walls of Hope Horn Gallery in Hyland Hall. Running from Sept.…

Point to ponder for first-year students

Published: September 18, 2015 Commentary by ANNE KENNEDY Advice to keep in touch with parents, siblings Everyone always says, “College is the best time of your life.” What they don’t…

Students must remain curious

Published: September 18, 2015 Commentary by MATTHEW REYNOLDS How many red blood cells can fit in a beach ball with a diameter of 24 inches? This type of question is…