Forget iPods, rock out to the catchy sounds of the cell phone

March 16, 2005 Chris Kubak 0

New Jersey is a relatively boring state to be in during Spring Break, especially when the weather is windy, snowy and bitter cold. But I did get one bit of warmth during my Spring Break when I replaced my three-and-a-half-year-old cell phone.

The whole theory of color screens and built-in cameras was like ancient Latin to me. […]

library display one week only

March 2, 2005 bosted@tcnj.edu 0

An artistic display on “Non-verbal Communication” is now being exhibited in the lobby of the Library. Haven’t seen it? Better hurry. Alas, it will only be on display until Monday March 21st, or possibly the […]

Bush’s Social Security

March 2, 2005 viola4@tcnj.edu 0

Many successful politicians possess the oratorical skill and charismatic presence to convince the citizenry that up is down, down is up, light is darkness and darkness light. The skilled politico makes the electorate always believe […]

Spring Sports Preview

March 2, 2005 Signal Editorial Staff 0

It’s hard to believe that it’s March and winter sports are wrapping up. As the weather finally begins to warm up, it can only signal the start of the spring sports season. The College’s spring sports teams hope to improve upon their performances last year and achieve successful seasons. […]

Zodda, Molski set new school records for indoor track

March 2, 2005 Scott Miccio 0

With the two biggest indoor track meets of the year coming up, the College seems to be in full swing.

On Friday, the indoor track team took part in the New York University’s Fast Track Meet at the 168th Street Armory in Manhattan. The meet was an important one for the College because it gave the individuals on the team one last chance to qualify for the East Coast Athletic Conference (ECAC) Championships and the NCAA Division III Championships. […]

Men’s tennis goes 26-1 at Drew Invitational

March 2, 2005 Lauren Kohout 0

Men’s tennis dominated the competition at the Drew University Invitational with an overall tournament record of 26-1 in singles and doubles.

Facing the Drew University Rangers, New York University (NYU) Violets and Salisbury University Sea Gulls, the College did not expect to have the type of record that it put up. […]

Basketball teams disappoint but earn individual awards

March 2, 2005 Matt Conklin 0

While both of the College’s basketball teams had their playoff runs ended by Rowan University, several Lions’ players were honored for their performance on the court during the regular season.

Senior guard Derick Grant capped off a spectacular career last Wednesday by being named the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) Player of the Year. […]

No. 1 Lions shocked by Profs in playoffs

March 2, 2005 Kristina Cossaboon 0

Instead of the celebration of a championship they had hoped for, there were tears. The College’s women’s basketball season, which was filled with hard work and dedication, came to the end no one had expected Friday night in Packer Hall after a 70-67 loss to the Rowan University Profs. […]

Editorial: Let the week change you

March 2, 2005 Signal Editorial Staff 0

The Corolla was beautiful. It was a brand new silver 2005 S-Type, and the summer sun reflected off every chrome facet – the paint, the rims, the license plate liner. It lured me in every way. I wanted to sit in it all day, just to take in the scent of new car. […]

Embryonic stem cell research is a waste of life, money

March 2, 2005 Matt Esposito 0

Years ago, the Spanish explorer Juan Ponce de Leon explored the forests of Florida for the famed Fountain of Youth.

The water from this fountain was supposed to cure all ailments and ensure that the drinker lived forever.

To make a long historical narrative short, Ponce de Leon and his men never found the fountain; instead, many ended up impaled upon the spears of natives. […]

Funding Planned Parenthood should be a priority

March 2, 2005 Stefanie Pfoutz 0

By the time this column is published, Acting Gov. Richard Codey will have already submitted his budget proposal for the 2006 fiscal year.

Programs that have not spent money wisely will feel the squeeze, but we cannot put that same squeeze on programs that have already used their meager funds frugally. […]

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