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Rachel Frederickson won the Season 15 of “The Biggest Loser” with a 155 pound weight loss. (Photo Courtesy of The Hollywood Gossip)

Unhealthy Losses Add Up to Big Gains

February 12, 2014

By CAMILLE DANIELICH CONTRIBUTING WRITER When Rachel Frederickson stepped out of the darkness on “The Biggest Loser” finale, shock and awe quickly spread across the faces of Bob Harper and Jillian Michaels, two of...

The Prudential Center is accessible via New Jersey Transit, PATH, and Amtrak. (Photo Courtesy of Flickr)

Editor’s Pick: The Prudential Center

February 12, 2014

By LEIGHTON SCHNEIDER MULTIMEDIA EDITOR When most students think of the most popular arena in the New York area, they would probably say Madison Square Garden or the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, but there is another one ...

Young the Giant's 'Mind Over Matter' in Review

Young the Giant’s ‘Mind Over Matter’ in Review

January 29, 2014

By JOSEPH VITALE MANAGING EDITOR The first and only time I have seen Young the Giant perform was on a disastrously rainy day at the Governors Ball. In the muddy fields of Randall’s Island, standing in the ...

With News of a Reunion, Reflecting on OutKast Ten Years Later

January 29, 2014

By DEVON SHERIDAN STAFF WRITER Most music lovers lament the existence of at least one skeleton hiding in their CD, vinyl or digital music collection closet. Typically, these musical hiccups are leftovers from our adolescence, a time of blissful ignorance. The beautiful thing is that, usually, out of the sound and the fury of those nascent musical years, an album or two inevitably emerges that you ubiquitously call “your...

Playlist: ‘You Take Me As I Am’

January 29, 2014

By ROSEMARY DEROCHER COLUMNIST “You Take Me As I Am” is best described as one of the most exuberant songs I have ever heard. The opening track on Tales from Terra Firma, the second album from the British folk band Stornoway, is a rampantly joyous testament to the power of love. I know this sounds like nothing new, but bear with me. There are hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of songs about love that we can choose...

Fall In Love with Fall in New York City

November 13, 2013

By KATHERINE MOBILIA CONTRIBUTING WRITER Autumn is upon us, and as we all rush to class and hurry to the library, we may fail to see the beauty that surrounds us. If or when you find a break in your busy schedule, hop on Metro North or the Ram Van to various parts of New York City and enjoy nature in the middle of the concrete jungle. While it may seem hard to believe, some of the most beautiful places to enjoy th...

Editor’s Pick: ‘Louie’

November 6, 2013

By JOE VITALE OPINION EDITOR There is something ironic in seeing Louis C.K. listed as writer, director, editor, scorer and star of his own Emmy-winning television show, “Louie.” Given his dream...

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