With graduation approaching, my time as sports editor at The Signal, like the rest of my college career, has quickly come to an end. This past semester, my Sunday and Monday nights have been spent in the student center basement, doing my part to help produce a school paper that I hope provided some entertainment and enlightenment to the campus. […]
Hope for the best, but prepare for the worst. That’s one way you could describe the Philadelphia 76ers’ season, but not even I was ready for this. That is, the absolutely meteoric fall from playoff contention over the last two months of the season and dropping 14 of 24 games. […]
The College’s track and field team competed in two meets over the weekend, the Princeton and Widener University invitationals. The team managed to notch a total of five NCAA provisional performances and eight ECAC qualifying times.
Freshman Stephanie Herrickimproved upon her NCAA provisional mark in the 800-meter with a time of 2:13. […]
It was a disappointing week for the Lions as they lost their doubleheader against the Profs of Rowan University on April 18. The loss drops the Lions to .500 and ties them for sixth in the NJAC.
During the first game, the Lions battled hard as junior pitcher Julianne Lajiness took the mound and struck out five. […]
The women’s club volleyball team completed a successful season last week when it took second at the National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association’s (NIRSA) Volleyball Championships in Salt Lake City.
The Lions defeated Ithaca College and the University of Massachusetts before falling to SUNY Binghamton in the championship match. […]
The College rode a tremendous power surge en route to an undefeated week, scoring double-digit runs in victories over Rutgers University-Camden, Richard Stockton College and Messiah College.
The wins raised the Lions’ record to 26-4 and 9-4 in the NJAC. They are ranked No. […]
Head coach Sharon Pfluger became only the second member of the 300-win club in women’s NCAA Division III history on Thursday when the fourth-ranked Lions’ lacrosse team defeated Colorado College 15-5.
Pfluger, committed to the team concept, gave the credit to the entire program. […]
Contradicting Intelligent Design
I have read with interest the plentiful coverage of Intelligent Design (ID) in The Signal this semester.
Almost 150 years ago, Charles Darwin explained that life forms had evolved over time. He thereby provided the master narrative in life sciences. […]
As the school year is quickly coming to an end and students are trying to secure jobs for the summer, I would like to offer a small piece of advice.
Most of us take our college experiences for granted. We come here for four years, do our time and are on our way again. […]
Author’s Note: The author of this article attests to the fact that he was drunk while writing this because he is depressed about graduating. However, he stands by the veracity and truthfulness of everything alleged.
When I first entered this school four years ago, the idea of college I had was informed by the pop culture movies that everyone growing up in the ’90s saw. […]
THURSDAY, midnight – The body reported to have been found at Tullytown landfill in Pennsylvania Tuesday was confirmed Wednesday morning as that of missing freshman John Fiocco Jr. at a press conference at the College.
“(Tuesday) … at 1:53 p.m., an intact body was located at the landfill,” Superintendent Col. Rick Fuentes of the New Jersey State Police said. […]
TUESDAY, 6:35 p.m.
TULLYTOWN, Pa. (AP) – The remains of a white man were found Tuesday in a Pennsylvania landfill where authorities have been searching for evidence related to the disappearance of freshman John Fiocco Jr., police said.
While authorities wouldn’t confirm the body of Fiocco had been recovered, the student’s uncle said the family was in mourning and thanked police for “bringing closure” to the case.
“Johnny was caring, sensitive, smart and witty,” Joseph Fiocco said outside the family home in Mantua Township. He asked anyone with information about his nephew to contact authorities. He would not answer questions. […]
Though the College held its annual tuition hearing yesterday, students were left with no guidance on how high to expect tuition to climb in the aftermath of Gov. Jon S. Corzine’s proposed budget, which would slash state support for higher education by approximately $170 million. […]