After recording two back-to-back shutout wins this week, the College’s field hockey team is back on its feet. Following a 2-1 loss to Rowan last week, the Lions needed last Tuesday’s 5-0 win against Richard Stockton College and Thursday’s 4-0 win over Cabrini College to have a shot at the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) Championship. […]
The College’s men’s soccer team finally put an end to their seven-game scoreless streak last week, but still suffered two rough defeats to non-conference teams.
Last Wednesday, the College took on Drew University, the 2003 National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division III National runner-ups. […]
On Tuesday night, the women’s cross country team improved its scores since the Paul Short Invitational when it competed in an unscored six-kilometer race at the Haverford College Invitational Meet. Villanova University, Swarthmore College, Haverford College, Bryn Mawr College and Elizabethtown College also competed in the race. […]
After the women’s rugby team lost its first match against York College, it seemed as if they could not get a break.
Two weeks ago, they lost their second match to St. Joseph’s University. And last weekend, their match with Lehigh University was cancelled at the last minute due to referee problems. […]
The College’s women’s soccer team recorded two impressive shutout wins this week, improving to a 10-1-1 record on the season. The wins allowed the Lions to retain their No. 8 ranking in Division III.
The team began the week by defeating Kean University on Monday by a score of 5-0 in a New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) match-up. […]
The Lions football team improved to 4-1 on the year and 2-1 in the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) with a 22-14 victory over William Paterson University Friday night. The College has now won 11 consecutive games against the Pioneers.
The win did not come easily, as the College had to stave off a late comeback attempt from the Pioneers. […]
To the Editor:
Although Todd Carter’s recent article, titled “Proof of God can be found in core rational arguments,” was a decent try at making a brief argument for the existence of a god, there were some large flaws that I would like to point out. […]
To the Editor:
Before I begin my response to Zac Goldstein’s editorial, I want to clear up a few misconceptions he has about me. I like and respect the Republican Party, but Bush was a mistake. My letter was in response to the four main issues of the previous week’s paper. […]
To the Editor:
As another election approaches only weeks away and New Jersey slowly emerges as a swing state, I’ve been noticing a greater trend of Republican viewpoints among my friends. Some of the most surprising people have emerged as staunch Republican voters, and, to be honest, I do not understand this. […]
When Karl Rove was trying to salvage George W. Bush’s image after an embarrassing first presidential debate, he told supporters not to worry, because the campaign has a surprise in store that will regain its favorability.
No, he was not talking about Bush’s recent debate cameo as a stand-up comic (Need some wood?!). […]
I’d like to believe that the decisions a person makes in public office are more important than what he or she does in private life inasmuch as the former, not the latter, have the potential to impact all of us. Unfortunately, this view would make me a pariah in Washington, D.C., where character evaluation miraculously outweighs past political performance. Whether it’s a question of John Kerry’s leadership or George W. Bush’s honesty, moral character, rather than meaningful actions, has become the fixation of the politicos and the punditry. […]
Experts agree that there are several scenarios by which mankind may cease to exist. The first is nuclear warfare, which the international community has attempted to address through the Nonproliferation Treaty and subsequent treaties regarding the testing of nuclear weapons. […]
Mommy’s not tucking me into bed anymore, and I’m tired. College moves pretty fast, and before you know it, it’s 6:30 in the morning, you’re still awake, and you have class in two hours.
Unfortunately, hitting the hay early isn’t easy – so many things affect our sleeping patterns, and the college atmosphere makes it difficult to remember all of them. […]
The freedoms of speech and thought have been cherished in this country since its founding. The spirit of America is built on the bedrock of unalienable personal liberties guaranteed to all.
The universities and colleges should reflect those freedoms while also introducing many different topics and ideas for public consumption. […]