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A great weekend for the College’s wrestling team was highlighted by sophomore David Icenhower Jr.’s win against the number one wrestler in the country in his weight class.
The Lions participated in the 2005 National Wrestling Coaches Association National Duals, held at Cleveland State University in Ohio. […]
Despite five straight losses to tough opponents, the women’s swimming and diving team is still looking up when it comes to the season.
On Jan. 14 and 15, the women’s swimming team faced Johns Hopkins University and West Chester University of Pennsylvania in a tri-meet. […]
Due to the overwhelming snowfall over the weekend, the College’s men’s and women’s indoor track and field teams were unable to build on the solid performance they showed at the New York University (NYU) Invitational on Jan. 14.
The teams were looking forward to competing in the Princeton University Relays last Saturday but will now have to wait until next weekend for the Haverford College Invitational, which will be the teams’ last chance to prepare before their dual meet against neighboring rival Rider University on Feb. […]
The 11-game win streak of the College’s women’s basketball team came to a halt last Tuesday night when the visiting Red Devils of Dickinson College handed them their first loss since Dec. 1 by a score of 64-55.
With the win, the Red Devils (12-1) extended their winning streak to eight games. […]
The College’s men’s basketball team needed a late offensive surge to avoid a fifth straight loss last Monday night.
Trailing Marymount University 57-50 with four and a half minutes remaining, the Lions finished the game on a tear, outscoring the Saints 21-6 to cap the 71-63 comeback victory and snap a four-game losing streak. […]
In the underrated film “Cop Land,” Sheriff Freddy Heflin is reluctant to turn his benefactor, crooked cop Ray Donlan, over to Moe Tilden of Internal Affairs. Heflin eventually has a crisis of conscience and changes his mind, but by that point the case against Donlan has disintegrated. […]
I used to have a prejudice against popular culture. Experience had shown me far too often that popular things are sometimes not good things, whether it be in the realm of books, movies or television. Happily, I have since grown out of this rather narrow frame of mind and have come to realize that many new things are quite good, or, even if I find a great deal wrong with them, at least they contain something of merit, which can be very personally enriching. […]
In a recent address to the National Press Club, Sen. Edward Kennedy of Massachusetts revealed his vision for the the Democratic Party’s role in America’s future.
With quite wonderful rhetoric, he displays everything that is considered sacred to his party and makes some strong points about Medicare and education. […]
To begin, I would like to wish my readers a belated happy New Year. Around this time many media outlets, award shows and radio programs dedicate a broadcast or a certain time period to reviewing the best and worst of the year. Last year was a memorable year in many respects, especially politically. […]
After receiving excellent reviews by an evaluation team from the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, the College seems to be in prime position to be granted re-accreditation in the coming weeks.
The evaluation team, headed by Janet Dudley-Eshbach, president of Salisbury University, recently conducted an on-site peer review of the College as one step in the process toward consideration for re-accreditation. […]
Kevin McHugh, executive director for Student Development and Campus Programs at the College, was recently selected to serve as a member of the NCAA Division III Management Council. McHugh, in his 18th year at the College, will be one of 19 members on the committee representing various geographic regions across the country within Division III sports. […]