Junior Audit

April 27, 2005 mattciv@gmail.com 0

I had only been back a few hours from my summer vacation when my dad, who had stayed in the US for work, informed me that I had received a “Junior Audit” over vacation. Despite […]

Dirty Justice

April 27, 2005 bigdk@acninc.net 0

To Whom It May Concern: My name is Keith Lynch and I’m forwarding this correspondence to every organization, and media outlet in America. I wish to make them aware of a tragic situation that I […]

M.A.D.D.

April 27, 2005 harry.netchel@verizon.net 0

M.A.D.D: Should be a “Corporate” Liquidation! Who put the good housekeeping seal of approval on the “wisdom” of Mothers Against Drunk Driving? They never proposed a punishment that was rationally thought threw. Holding our Legislators […]

ANNOUNCEMENT & INVITATION

April 27, 2005 jbatlan9@aol.com 0

Recognizing that today’s commemoration of Memorial Day, was initially known immediately after the Civil War as Decoration ( of military veterans graves) Day, the Department of New Jersey, Jewish War Veterans United States of America, […]

Senior Athletes

April 27, 2005 Signal Staff Reports 0

Football

Seniors: Ray Bateman, Michael Sykes, James Smith, Steve Vogt, Nick Tranchina, Justin Mannick, Brian Mulholland, Joe Ward Mike Burlew, Tony Sorrentino, Joe Bergondo, Erik Sendel, Rob McCurley, Jim Dabrowski, Steve Andrews

Due to changes in NCAA eligibility rules, the College’s football team will lose an unusually large group of 16 seniors this off-season. […]

Track teams look strong at home meet

April 27, 2005 Signal Staff Reports 0

The College’s men’s and women’s outdoor track and field teams made the most of home-field advantage this weekend with several NCAA qualifying times and personal bests. The College played host to the New Jersey Invitational, a four-team scored meet also featuring Rider University, Monmouth University and Lehigh University. […]

Lions fall to fourth in NJAC with pair of losses to WPU

April 27, 2005 Tim Fox 0

The College’s softball team dropped both games of a doubleheader against No. 23 William Paterson University on Monday to fall to fourth place in the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) with a 23-13 overall record and a 7-7 mark in conference play.

In the first game, Pioneers’ sophomore first baseman Liz Sisca had two home runs to down the No. […]

High-powered offense pilots lacrosse

April 27, 2005 Scott Miccio 0

Since suffering two very tough losses in the early part of the season, the College’s women’s lacrosse team has outscored its opponents by a total of 90 goals, 132-42.

Last week, the College had a full schedule, playing three games in the span of four days. […]

Lions rolling as NJAC tourney approaches

April 27, 2005 Matt Conklin 0

The College’s baseball team is making its poor play two weeks ago seem like a mere aberration.

After losing four of five games from April 10-15, the Lions won seven of their last eight, with the lone defeat coming at the hands of Rowan University, ranked second in the nation. […]

Letters

April 27, 2005 Signal Editorial Staff 0

Still flaws in Lovett’s explanation

In his recent editorial, Dr. Lovett has stated that science and religion are “two different ways of knowing,” and that religion relies on faith, and science relies solely on facts. Perhaps in an ideal world, he would be correct, but science today, regardless of the area, relies heavily on faith. […]

Editorial: Mixing pleasure and professionalism – four years at Signal ‘so good’

April 27, 2005 Signal Editorial Staff 0

Former Editor in chief Kristen Anastos and I just returned from watching the graduation clock in the Rat tick down 17 days. Our countdown is actually shorter. We have one day – one night, rather – until life as we know it halts: This is our last Signal.

We have about six hours to recall the past four years spent in this windowless basement room – both the professional and personal memories. […]

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