Gavornik lifts Lions to tight victory

March 29, 2006 Lauren Kohout 0

Senior captain Jackie Gavornik won the final match in fourth singles against the Herons of William Smith College to seal a 5-4 victory for the Lions on Sunday.

After capturing the first set, Gavornik was leading 5-4 when sophomore Cory Turner rallied to steal the second set from Gavornik, beating her 12-10 in the tiebreaker. […]

Lions pick up four ECAC times, have high hopes for Nationals

March 29, 2006 Ray Lodato 0

“To come together as a team and to compete and compete well.” That’s the College track and field team’s mantra this season according to head coach Eric Mobley – and compete they did.

The College opened up its track and field season on a bitterly cold Saturday with an appearance at the Monmouth University Spring Invitational, which garnered a few very solid performances as well as five Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) qualifying marks. […]

Comeback effort falls short, win streak ends at 17

March 29, 2006 Brandon Lee 0

The women’s lacrosse team lost 9-8 to sixth-ranked SUNY Cortland, snapping their 17-game winning streak that dated back to last season.

The top-ranked Lions fell to 2-1 for the season with a loss at SUNY Cortland Stadium Complex Sunday afternoon. This came on the heels of a 13-4 win against Ursinus Wednesday afternoon. […]

Perotty shines, Lions hand No. 2 Salisbury pair of losses

March 29, 2006 Kaitlin Hamilton 0

It was a fine day for the Lions, who beat No. 2-ranked Salisbury University in doubleheader action on Sunday. The Lions came in and swept the series, winning six of their last seven games.

It was freshman Carlyn Perrotty who continued to shine this weekend, as she contributed a solo home run in the fourth inning. […]

N.J. state colleges will perish at Corzine’s hand

March 29, 2006 Michelle McGuinness 0

Taxes are going up. And soon.

Gov. Corzine has proposed a budget that will attempt to tackle New Jersey’s debt by raising taxes and cutting funding.

The College, as I assume many already know, will face major budget cuts if this budget is approved.

I will avoid the details – first, because math and I have an abusive relationship, and second because they were spelled out clearly in the two e-mails the College sent about the proposed budget. […]

Border control act restricts immigrants’ rights

March 29, 2006 Will Dean 0

Illegal immigration sounds frightening, right? Does it conjure up images of tattered masses of desperately poor people going after your rewarding and high-paying janitorial careers? It’s illegal after all.

In a time when everyone seems afraid and our occupation of Iraq grinds past its third anniversary, it’s interesting to look at how our government sees foreign people living in this country. […]

DNA test confirms blood is Fiocco’s

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FRIDAY, 4:10 p.m. – As the search for clues into the disappearance of College freshman John Fiocco Jr. continues, authorities held a press conference this morning and confirmed that blood found in and around the dumpster behind Wolfe Hall earlier this week belongs to Fiocco. […]

Update: Police execute search warrants

March 29, 2006 Signal Staff Reports 0

WEDNESDAY, 10:10 p.m. – At a press conference held this evening at the College, Mercer County Prosecutor Joseph L. Bocchini Jr. said that his office had executed six search warrants in hopes of finding evidence related to the disappearance of College freshman John Fiocco Jr.

At press time, the entirety of Wolfe Hall was evacuated indefinitely and Travers Hall was in the process of being evacuated indefinitely as well. Those eating at T/W Dining Hall were allowed to finish their meals, but no more students were allowed to enter. […]

Press Conference: Missing student update

March 29, 2006 Signal Staff Reports 0

Signal Staff Reports

At a press conference held at 9:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Mercer County Prosecutor Joseph L. Bocchini, Jr. said that College freshman John Fiocco, Jr.’s body has not been found at this time.

Bocchini did say, however, that “several items have been found that have led my office to seek to obtain search warrants for several areas of the campus. […]

Search for missing student continues

March 29, 2006 Signal Staff Reports 0

As of 7 p.m. today, Tuesday, March 28, freshman graphic design major John Fiocco, who was reported missing on Sunday, has still not been found.

“The State Police Missing Persons Unit has been here since Monday,” Matt Golden, Director of Communications and Media Relations said. […]

Students to pay for stands

March 29, 2006 Bryan Wassel 0

Music students will have to bring in their own stands to practices and recitals, at least temporarily, according to the music department.

Partly due to several music stands that went missing during Spring Break, the music department is forcing students to purchase their own stands until a resolution can be found. […]

Poets, concert funded for Latino Awareness Month

March 29, 2006 Kaitlin Severini 0

On Wednesday, the Student Finance Board (SFB) passed two motions, both 11-0-2, to fully fund Uni?n Latina’s $425 and $3,000 requests to invite speaker Bobby Gonzalez to the College, as well as poets from “Beat of the Nuyorican Poet,” respectively.

As part of April’s Latino Awareness Month, Gonzalez will discuss colonialism in his lecture “The Untold Story of the Americas. […]

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