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Campus Catholic Ministry: What's Going On?


    One of the most active organizations at William Paterson University has more or less collapsed after decades of offering charitable services.

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Grand Slam in Muppets Stadium



     What do a plus size fashion editor, a casino performer and a worldclass plumber have in common?

     Ignoring the fact that they are all former superstars, Kermit, Miss Piggy and friends have a serious problem on their hands. It is an issue of such magnitude that an entire movie was dedicated to their struggles.

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Merry Christmas, NBA Fans


     The NBA is giving its fans the best possible gift for the holidays: a season. After 149 days of grueling negotiations, a tentative agreement has been reached the will see the NBA open its season on Christmas Day, with training camps and free agency beginning Dec. 9.

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    'Finding Face' Director Visits William Paterson

         In America, spreading acid on another person is a crime. But in Cambodia, people do it and don't get punished even if the victim is hurt.

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    Artist You Should Know: Massive Attack

         This English DJ and trip-hop duo taps into the deepest hollows of their listeners' minds.

  • Tots

    Toys for Tots

         William Paterson University's Student Public Relations Association (SPRA) and the Office of Veteran Affairs are hosting a Toys for Tots charity event on Thursday, Dec. 8, from 11a.m. to 2 p.m. The J. Victor Machuga Student Center, near the student café, will be transformed into a festive holiday setting with music, lights and bake sale treats. Guests may personalize ornaments, pose for pictures with Santa and his helpers, and meet the Toys for Tots U.S. Marine Corps. representatives from Picatinny Arsenal in Dover.

  • Office

    "Office Gallery" Exhibit

           Professor Alan Lazarus and the Business of Art class would like to invite the William Paterson University community to attend their "Office Gallery" exhibit. Roughly 40 pieces of student's artwork will be displayed in the Power Arts Building on 25 Power Ave.

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         "Occupy Wall Street" was relocated to nearby Zuccotti Park to not interfere with operation of America's stock market. For more than two months, protestors were at this location and similar protests have cropped up in other cities in the United States as well as in other countries.

  • Money

    Money Spent Wisely?

         Every student's tuition at William Paterson University includes an activities fee for about $61. Would you like to know where it goes?

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  • Gaede's Pond

    New Fountain Display at Gaede's Pond

         Notice anything different about Hobart Hall's Gaede's Pond?

  • Cana

    Student Catches the 'Entrepreneurial Spirit'

         Thomas Cana, a junior business management major from Roseland, had his own cheering section at William Paterson University's first-ever Business Concept Competition held in the auditorium of the Christos M.Cotsakos College of Business.

  • Judicial

    What is 'Judicial Affairs' at William Paterson?

         If a student allegedly violates William Paterson University Code of Conduct, the campus police or residence life representative files a report of the incident. Once the incident is evaluated, it is assigned to Judicial Affairs.

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  • Domestic

    Domestic Violence

         The Women Center's mission is to organize extracurricular activities with an educational purpose for students regardless of their gender.

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    Crime Report 11/10/11-11/22/11

      **ALL REPORTS FILED INITIATE AN INVESTIGATION 11/10 @ 00:40 –WPU Police officers conducted a welfare check in Lot 5. One non-student was arrested for several narcotic offenses and one non-student was arrested for outstanding warrants @2:23 –WPU police officers conducted a motor vehicle stop on College Road.

  • Swiming

    Men's Swim & Dive Defeat Lehman

         The William Paterson Men's swimming team (5-2) defeated Lehman (1-1) on Parents Appreciation Day on Saturday, Nov. 12, by a score of 137-103.

  • Access Link

    A Day in the Life: Juana Ortiz

         Due to my physical disability I am unable to drive. I was born with cerebral palsy. This condition impairs motor function. I go to school by Access Link run by New Jersey Transit.

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    Behind the Tattoo

         The chair looks exactly like the one in the dentist's office, but the interior décor certainly does not.

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