WIRED 90: November 17, 2016

On Wednesday November 16th approximately 100 students protested against the election of Donald Trump as president. They marched around campus chanting against Trump’s views on Black Lives Matter, immigration, the LGBTQ Community, and Women’s rights.

Montclair State University is taking its first steps to become a Tobacco and smoke free campus. Sponsored by the American Cancer Society and CVS Health foundation, MSU aims to be the 100% tobacco free in the next three years.

World Series champs Chicago Cubs manager, Joe Maddon will be at the Yogi Berra Museum Friday December 2nd, for a discussion moderated by Ken Rosenthal. Tickets are One-Hundred seventy-five dollars and can be bought at the Yogi Berra Museum website.

As Transgender Visibility Week comes to a close, come honor additional murder victims of the LGBTQ Community at the MSU Pulse Benefit Concert. This event will take place in the commuter lounge on Friday November 18th at 8 PM.

Feel like celebrating Thanksgiving a little early? Come on sunday, november 20th at 5:30 to enjoy free food and fun for Friendsgiving in the student center ballrooms.

The Montclair State University campus will be closing November 24 for Thanksgiving and will reopen on Monday, November 28. For a list a what will remain open check the university website.

Martin Halo

Martin Halo is a music journalist who founded TheWaster.com in 2006. He currently lives just outside of New York City and is the Director of Publishing for WASTER Inc., Halo Media Group, and Wired Jersey at Montclair State University.