Free speech for all–besides pro athletes

February 11, 2004 Lauren Kidd 0

When David “Boomer” Wells rode down the Canyon of Heroes with the 1998 World Series Champion New York Yankees, shredded computer paper and ripped newsprint fell from office windows, fans piled on each other’s shoulders and dangled from light polls just to catch a glimpse of his 125-50 team, and the perfect game pitcher finally felt like he was an official Bronx Bomber. […]

Overtime again — this time Lions outlast Pioneers

February 11, 2004 Dave Nicotera 0

The College men s basketball team finally got the break it needed in its attempt to win its second straight game for the first time in nearly a month.

The Lions, whose last five league losses have averaged a margin of less than five points, were determined not to let another close game out of their grasp. […]

Little-known crew team looks to compete in near future

February 11, 2004 George Goros 0

They can be seen braving the elements just to get in a routine run around campus. You’ll find them sweating in the gym day in and day out for hours on end. And when the time comes, they’ll be ready.

Like the other club sports here at the College, most people have heard of the Lions Crew club team but few people actually know much about it. […]

Warner scores 1,000th point in Lions Win

February 11, 2004 Andrew Grant 0

After beating William Paterson University in their last two meetings, Lions head coach Dawn Henderson was a little worried that the third game would not go as well.

It turns out she had no reason to worry, as the Lions took care of the Pioneers with a 67-58 win. […]

History of Scottish nationalism

February 11, 2004 Matt McDowell 0

Scottish nationalism is not exactly a hot-button issue in the United States.

Nevertheless, it is an interesting movement (largely unknown to us) that has taken shape north of the English border with the weakening of Tony Blair’s New Labor movement and the nosedive of the Conservative party after Margaret Thatcher’s leadership. […]

Minus Cupid: We’re better off without love

February 11, 2004 Zac Goldstein 0

Valentine’s Day is here once again to remind me why I don’t believe in love.

Granted, that might seem like an overly cynical declaration from someone too inexperienced to know what he is talking about, but I’ve thought enough about it to believe what I say is true. […]

Women and children are being targeted in Juarez

February 11, 2004 Kevin Semanick 0

Every time a child is missing, the country turns its eyes. Authorities hold press conferences and threaten punishment on the kidnappers.

The media plastered the face of Elizabeth Smart everywhere, while cops and community members created armies of lines to search for her. […]

Gay marriage is a vital step towards equality

February 11, 2004 Jaclyn English 0

On Feb. 5, the Supreme Court of Massachusetts declared it would no longer offer “civil unions” instead of marriage for same-sex couples. This change further clarified a Nov. 18 decision that overturned Massachusetts’s opposite-sex only marriage law.

In response, according to the Boston Globe, nearly 2,000 people participated in protest rallies against the ruling. […]

Students develop program to aid Hopewell schools

February 11, 2004 Lindsay Knight 0

No matter what college you attend, be it an Ivy League university, a large public university or a smaller public school like the College, it is incredibly difficult as an undergraduate to get hands-on experience in careers in your field.

In the College’s computer science department, however, associate professor Ursula Wolz has changed the face of undergraduate research opportunities. […]

Organizations must obtain waiver from Sodexho before serving outside food

February 11, 2004 Tammy Tibbetts 26

Though Passover is two months away, the Jewish Student Union (JSU) is already thinking about the necessary step it must take before serving kosher food on campus: clearing its plans through Sodexho Dining Services.

It is the policy of the College that Sodexho provide all food served on campus, including at events sponsored by student organizations, unless a group obtains a waiver to bring in its own food. […]

RES.net reset causes some to lose their connections

February 11, 2004 Ashley Marty 0

Just as everyone was beginning to get used to life back at school, a temporary Internet connection loss last Wednesday left some students unable to check their e-mail, surf the Web or chat with their friends via AOL Instant Messenger (AIM). The affected students had forgotten to re-register their computers through RES. […]

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