• NBA Season Preview

    by  • October 16, 2013 • 0 Comments

    Anthony and Lopez will go head to head 4 times this season. Photo: SBNation

    The NBA season is just about upon us and New York football fans are probably already dying to watch another sport. Thankfully for Giants and Jets fans, both of the local basketball teams are expected to be good and possibly even compete for a championship. The New York Knicks and Brooklyn Nets are set...

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    Google Glass Defined

    by  • October 9, 2013 • 2 Comments

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    By BLAKE CORRAO, DOUGLAS DEPREKER and NICOLE NIGRO With no clear release date in site as Google continue to delay until 2014, consumers all around the world are anxious to hear about what promises to be the first step towards the future of smart technology: the Google Glass.   Google Glass is a new hands-free operating system...

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    A “News” Spin on Pinning

    by  • October 9, 2013 • 1 Comment

    The layout of a typical Pinterest page.
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    By MICHELE MATTIA “Oh, I saw that on Pinterest!” is a common phrase said by users in search of fashion and gossip trends, referring to the photo-sharing website that is growing in popularity.  But now, news has been added to the list of Pinterest content. The Business Insider reports 3.4 billion Pinterest monthly page views from its 25 million members...

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    Famous NJ Housewife’s New Book Fuels Uproar over Martial Rape

    by  • October 9, 2013 • 1 Comment

    Melissa & Joe Gorga featured on the Bethenny Show, alongside Tiki Barber and Traci Johnson.
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    By JASMINE DURSUN One of the newest New Jersey housewives has been causing an uproar this past month, and it isn’t because she’s been having altercations with her co-stars on The Real Housewives of New Jersey. Melissa Gorga’s new advice book, Love Italian Style, gives readers insight about the steamy marriage that she and her husband,...

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    Ramapo College Transforms in a Country Themed Event

    by  • October 9, 2013 • 1 Comment

    The mechanical bull attracted a lot of adventurous, daring students as the event was being held. PHOTO/Anthony Vigna

    By ANTHONY VIGNA As Ramapo students piled into the Laurel courts on October 3rd, they were greeted to an environment unlike anything they have ever seen before on campus. Hay bales were scattered around the floor, images of a saloon were hung up on the walls, and country music that was blasting in the area....

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    Anti-Hazing Week Shows there are more to Greeks

    by  • October 9, 2013 • 1 Comment

    Two sorority girls promoting a car wash where all proceeds go to their philanthropy. PHOTO/ Sunny Cekic

    By AMANDA SICILIANO Ramapo College Greeks held Anti-Hazing Week to come together to discuss hazing and the negative connotations it has on our organizations and how people outside of Greek life view it. Ramapo College has strict rules against hazing for Greeks. Ramapo College defines “Any action taken or situation created, intentionally, to produce mental or physical...

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    New Apple, Nintendo Technology Sparks Consumer Reaction

    by  • October 2, 2013 • 3 Comments

    The iPhone 5S has a larger screen and sleeker design than previous versions of the phone. PHOTO/Apple.com

    By JESSICA WRIXON, SELAJDIN POLISI, ADRIAH ROLLING, and LAURA FRENCH Leading technology companies, Apple and Nintendo, are releasing new portable and more practical technologies this fall that have been sparking mixed reactions from consumers. With the recent debut of Apple’s iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C, and iOS7 software, as well as Nintendo’s announcement of the upcoming 2DS...

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    Classic King Returns With “Doctor Sleep”

    by  • October 2, 2013 • 1 Comment

    The hardcover edition of Doctor Sleep. PHOTO/Blake Corrao

    By BLAKE CORRAO In 1977, American horror writer Stephen King wrote one the scariest books in the history of fiction; The Shining. Now, 36 years later, King is returning to the world of the haunted Overlook hotel with his new novel, Doctor Sleep. After the events of The Shining, Doctor Sleep follows the now middle-aged Danny...

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    Fox News Blames Video Games for DC Shooting

    by  • October 2, 2013 • 1 Comment

    Video games are often misjudged for having connections to rising aggression. PHOTO/Anthony Vigna

    By ANTHONY VIGNA Gamers were outraged when they heard Fox News blamed last week’s mass shooting in Washington DC on violent video games last week. Aaron Alexis, Navy contractor and reservist, reported “hearing voices” before shooting 12 people and being shot by police, according to Reuters. While some are looking into his mental stability, Fox News...

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