Fall Sports Recap 2006

December 6, 2006 Signal Editorial Staff 0

Men’s Soccer

The men’s soccer team fell short of its own expectations, but still had a respectable season this year with a 7-8-1 record. Senior forward Matt Luber led the Lions in scoring with eight goals and 18 points with five game-winning goals. Luber was then named to the 2006 National Soccer Coaches Association of America adidas All-Metro Region Second Team. […]

Lloyd and Kiss claim ECAC honors

December 6, 2006 Brandon Lee 0

Who knew Lions could swim?

The Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Division III Championships at the Nassau County Aquatic Center was Lions’ territory as the College received four individual awards, including a second-place finish for the men’s team and a third-place finish for the women. […]

Lions win thriller in NJAC opener

December 6, 2006 Justin Jez 0

The College’s men’s basketball team kicked off New Jersey Athletic Conference play with a 72-70 win over the New Jersey City University (NJCU) Gothic Knights.

After a loss to the University of Scranton Royals Monday, the Lions are 4-3 overall and 1-0 in the conference. […]

Lions Around the Dorm

December 6, 2006 Signal Editorial Staff 0

For the last issue of the semester, we at Around the Dorm have decided to mix things up a bit. From now on different people will rotate in all the time! This week we have Signal Arts & Entertainment Assistant James Queally, Signal Managing Editor Andrew Grant and Signal Sports Editor Lauren Kohout. […]

Greyhounds take Lions for a ride

December 6, 2006 Kelly Duncan 0

The College’s women’s basketball team opened its New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) season with a 57-50 win over the New Jersey City University (NJCU) Gothic Knights on Saturday. The win improved the Lions’ overall record to 4-2 (1-0 in the NJAC), while NJCU dropped to 2-3 overall and 0-1 in the conference. […]

Letters

December 6, 2006 Signal Editorial Staff 0

Campus Police seek

to improve relations

There has been a great deal written within The Signal’s pages this fall about the relationship between members of the College community and the office of Campus Police Services.

By nature, the interaction between those charged with enforcing laws and those who, even inadvertently, transgress them is often less than pleasant. […]

Holiday spirit snowed under political correctness

December 6, 2006 Brian Hackett 0

As winter vacation approaches, we anticipate Hanukkah celebrations or Christmas dinner with our families, friends and other loved ones. We look forward to seeing family, exchanging gifts and enjoying the solace of the winter season.

Even though Thanksgiving has passed, it is still important that we keep in mind all the blessings we have this holiday season, and especially remember those individuals who are elderly, lonely, poor or not as privileged as we are. […]

Vacation for a cause

December 6, 2006 James Queally 0

Fourteen students of the College are set to embark on a mission to El Salvador for peace and prosperity on June 1, 2007.

Titled “The El Salvador Solidarity Project 06-07,” the students will stay in the country’s capital, San Salvador, and work with the Women’s Cooperative of Mariona, a group of women and children who make a living by making crafts; and El Canton, a local community center. […]

SFB approves $20,000 for multi-college concert

December 6, 2006 Signal Editorial Staff 0

The Student Finance Board (SFB) fully funded a high volume request submitted by the College Union Board (CUB) for a multi-college concert.

In a unanimous vote, CUB received $20,297.50 for a Spring 2007 concert in conjunction with Rowan University, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey and Monmouth University. […]

Weber advises students to clean up dirty NJ politics

December 6, 2006 Sean Marotta 0

Republican State Assembly candidate Jay Weber visited the College Republicans on Nov. 29 to talk about corruption in New Jersey, how to reduce it and how Republicans can make a comeback in the Garden State. Weber said that corruption might not be a winning election issue for Republicans, but clean governance is worth pursuing. […]

SGA sloshed by Senior Week

December 6, 2006 Joseph Hannan 0

Heated debate regarding the programming content of the next Senior Week ensued at the Nov. 29 meeting of the Student Government Association (SGA). It focused largely on the new alcohol-free policy for the event. Senior Week is intended to serve as a fun and exciting culmination to the academic efforts of graduating students of the College. […]

News Briefs

December 6, 2006 Michelle McGuinness 0

SGA tackles state budget cuts

On Dec. 5 and 6, the Student Government Association (SGA) is presenting “The Ramifications of Higher Education Budget Cuts on the Economic Environment of New Jersey” in science complex room P101 at 8 p.m.

It was created by the Legal and Governmental Affairs Committee of SGA and outlines the effects of state budget cuts on the College. […]

Night walk brings concerns to light

December 6, 2006 Myles Ma 0

A group of about 14, made up of students, Campus Police officers, Brian Webb, risk manager for Administrative and Environmental Services, and Thomas Hasty, head grounds worker, probed the campus for an hour-and-a-half the night of Thursday, Nov. 30 for any safety issues they could find. […]

News from magazine editors: future is online

December 6, 2006 Bryan Wassel 0

With the rise of Internet publishing, upcoming reporters often wonder what prospects exist for them in the new medium. A panel of three online magazine editors, sponsored by Ed@TCNJ and Unbound, the College’s online magazine, sought to give students insight in the opportunities open to them. […]

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