This week, we have an exclusive interview men’s basketball head coach, Marcus Kahn, as he steps down to pursue a coaching position at Mary Washington University. We also look into the summer plans of the campus community and check out a variety of beach towns along the Jersey Shore.
Tag Archives | Jersey Shore
A viewer’s opinion on what makes reality TV.
Being a Jersey girl is something I’ve never been ashamed of. I love the Jersey shore and have been going to Long beach Island, Wildwood and Ocean City my entire life. The community I grew up in is very small and everyone knows each other and I’ve haven’t had any negative feelings towards New […]
Lifetime’s ‘Russian Dolls’ spices up reality television.
With my last summer before graduating college quickly approaching, I decided to compile somewhat of a short bucket list for the summer of 2011, of places to go, things to do and just different ways to have fun. Go to the beach – Obviously this is on many people’s to-do list for the summer, and […]
Wyclef Jean Even though Wyclef Jean couldn’t be the president of Haiti, his new career as a professor at the prestigious Brown University should be just fine. Jean plans on teaching a class in the department of African studies where he hopes to enlighten students about African culture. Winner of the 2009 BET Humanitarian of […]
James Franco returns to the screen as well as the biopic film genre in “127 Hours.” According to IMDB.com, Franco once starred as Hollywood icon James Dean, however “127 Hours” is not about a celebrity. Think along the lines of Emile Hirsch’s adventurer-meets-danger role in the 2007 film “Into the Wild.” Will actress / singer […]
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