The ALumni Association has been working tirelesly over the past decade to connect not only with Alumni, but with current students. The Association represents the legacy of The College, and we plan to continue to […]
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The College’s field hockey team will look to add another successful chapter to its already illustrious history this fall.
Fortunately, the College will return a number of key players from last year’s squad.
The Lions lost only four players to graduation and restocked their roster with outstanding recruits from all around the region. […]
The College’s men’s soccer team will look to improve upon its 7-9-2 record during its disappointing 2004 season.
Last year’s team had trouble finishing on the offensive side, as they were held scoreless in eight of 18 games.
Head coach George Nazario admits that goal scoring was not the team’s strong point. […]
Coming off of a 12-3 record last spring, the College’s men’s tennis team is hoping it only needs slight improvement both individually and as a team in order to claim even more glory than last season.
The Lions finished last year ranked No. 8 regionally, and missed entering the NCAA Division III Regional Tournament by only one match. […]
The College’s women’s tennis team boasted a 14-3 record last spring which included 10 shutout wins. The Lions also continued their New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) winning streak, which now stands at 106 straight wins.
This season, the Lions will look to extend their conference winning streak as they endure five conference matches. […]
The Lions women’s soccer team will have to make do this fall without 13 graduated seniors who were instrumental in leading last year’s 18-win team to the sectional round of the NCAA Division III Tournament.
“It’s a huge loss for us,” head coach Joe Russo said. […]
Philips Jennings, the College’s new cross country coach, inherits a program that has seen its men’s and women’s squads tally a combined 21 New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) titles over the past 11 years.
The rookie coach has no concerns about living up to such prior success this year, though. […]
Despite a highly successful 2004 campaign, the College’s football team will try to improve upon last season’s 8-2 mark with hopes of winning the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) after finishing as the runner-up in the past three seasons.
Having lost numerous key players to graduation, the Lions will have some significant shoes to fill, namely those of offensive lineman Erik Sendel and defensive linemen Bryan Mulholland and Michael Sykes, members of the Class of 2005 who were all named to the 2004 All-East Team. […]
Welcome back fellow students. I am sure that you all have been suffering from withdrawal symptoms without having my articles to read each week, but never fear! Once again, due to popular demand, I have returned to wreak havoc upon supporters of liberalism. […]
I cried after the 2004 election.
It devastated me (and 59,028,109 others). I was left sitting in a corner, clutching a bottle of booze that would never cut education spending or send other unlucky 20 year-olds off to die.
But now revitalized by summer, and a refreshingly large drop in the president’s approval ratings, there is hope. […]
This fall, students have the ability to take three new minors: photography, linguistics and professional selling, and they will also have the ability to major in a maximum of three subjects.
Previously, two majors were the maximum.
The photography minor, which will provide both traditional photographic processes and digital manipulation from photographic resources, will be available to students of all majors, except for students already in the art department. […]
This summer, the College was recognized for its efforts to promote diversity on campus by the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U).
The citation is a result of a study of campus diversity initiatives at New Jersey’s colleges and universities. […]