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Online Classrooms Do Not Work as Well as Traditional Classrooms

Online classes are a great way to get a required class out of the way between semesters — especially for commuters who cannot always...

Montclair State Loses to Rowan in Women’s Lacrosse Offensive Showdown

In a game that was dominated by outstanding offense by both teams, the Montclair State women’s lacrosse team fell short in Glassboro on April...

Women’s Lacrosse Looks to Stay Hot in Final Stretch of the...

As the Montclair State University women’s lacrosse team approaches their final five games of the season, they currently have a 7-4 record and have...

LGBTQ Center Highlights Transgender Visibility Day

The LGBTQ Center, along with co-sponsor Theta Delta Sigma Society Inc., held an event in support of International Transgender Day of Visibility on March...

Men’s Lacrosse Enters Conference Play with Force

As Sprague Field was doused in a cold and consistent rain on April 9, the Montclair State University men’s lacrosse team took down the...

PRSSA Hosts 5th Annual Autism Fundraiser

Almost $6,000 – which is double the amount collected last year – was raised for Autism New Jersey by Montclair State’s chapter of the...

Red Hawks Put NJAC Woes Behind Them

The Montclair State University softball team had a strong opening to their season, but they’ve recently stumbled against New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) opponents....

Photo Exhibit Shows off Labor and Leisure of Excavation

    . Huge photographs of students hauling away buckets of dirt, meticulously brushing soil from ancient structures in the ground, scrubbing away at tiles and pottery...

Women’s Lacrosse Falls Short in NJAC Opener

The Red Hawks' attempt at four straight wins fell short in a 8-6 loss in their New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) opener against The...

Matthew Lerman Edges Juan Santana to Become Next SGA President

The Student Government Association (SGA) elections concluded Wednesday afternoon and 1274 undergraduates cast their vote to fill next year's positions. Matthew Lerman, President; George...
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