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For Director of Athletics, it’s nice being No. 1

In summer 2008, Troy Tucker became NCC’s third director of Athletics in its nearly 50-year history. Five years after his arrival, he has made a lot of headway. Soon after arriving at the college, Tucker played a large role in helping NCC join Region XIX, one of the 24 regions that make up the National…

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NCC welcomes the presidents

A collage simply titled “The American President” is on display throughout February in College Center’s Laub Lounge. The collage highlights the work of various Associated Press photographers who took the shots, some of them iconic, through the decades. One of the earliest photographs is from 1904, when an unnamed AP photographer took a picture of…

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NCC starts their weeks by cutting the meat

If you could cut out any part of your usual diet on Mondays, what would it be? At NCC, students have the option to trim an important part of most diets — meat. That is the basis of the Meatless Monday program that caters to the vegan and vegetarian populations at the school. Meatless Monday…

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Giving the flu the cold shoulder

You have a runny nose, a cough, chills and feel the start of a fever. These are all signs that point to the flu. The flu season is known to peak in January and February and with the semester work starting to build up, most cannot afford to be ill. The first step that can…

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DC’s Newseum gets it write

It takes four hours to get from Bethlehem to Washington, D.C., not including rest stops. The drive is scenic and long — until you reach Washington when suddenly the trip seems even longer as you navigate through the traffic snarls.Parking is atrocious. Trying to park a mini-bus is not easy. Parking meters are not run…

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