Lions around the Dorm

September 27, 2006 Signal Editorial Staff 0

1) Though Roscoe may not be the coolest name for a mascot, being called the Lions is pretty awesome. On the other hand, I have no idea what a “sooner” is. If I did, I would probably hate the name even more. What is the worst NCAA mascot name?

LK: The University of California-Santa Cruz Banana Slugs. […]

Lubin takes it home

September 27, 2006 Matthew Rick 0

The New Jersey Athletic Conference third-ranked Lions’ field hockey team defeated the fifth-ranked Bears of Ursinus College by scoring in the last 10 minutes of the game for a 2-1 win last Tuesday.

The Lions remain undefeated this season, their record a perfect 5-0. […]

Lions send Ospreys out to sea

September 27, 2006 Ray Lodato 0

Lions’ soccer was a mixed bag this past week, as senior forward Matt Luber and company led the squad to a clutch 2-1 victory over conference rival Richard Stockton College of New Jersey.

Then they followed it up with a demoralizing 3-0 shutout loss to Montclair State University Saturday evening. […]

Russo snags 300th win in home opener victory

September 27, 2006 Justin Jez 0

While leading the women’s soccer team to a 1-0-1 record this week, head coach Joe Russo notched his 300th career win. The team’s game on Saturday against Montclair State University was a victorious one with a 5-0 score, while Wednesday’s game against Richard Stockton College of New Jersey ended in a 0-0 tie. […]

Victory is doubly sweet for Lions

September 27, 2006 Brandon Lee 0

Freshman Jackie Shtemberg and junior Christina Contrafatto will be going to Florida to celebrate their victories at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Northeast Regionals.

However, Disney World is not in their plans at the moment. Shtemberg, who won the Northeast Singles Championship, paired up with Contrafatto to win the Northeast Doubles Championship. […]

No place for military on campuses

September 27, 2006 Tom Stone 0

I detest everything about the invasion and occupation of Iraq and Afghanistan. I detest the fact that thousands of civilians have been killed, I detest the fact that thousands of American soldiers have had to die and I detest the fact that hundreds of billions of dollars have been needlessly hemorrhaged from the pockets of U. […]

Profiling involves common sense-not prejudice, unfairness

September 27, 2006 Keith Lucas 0

Imagine that you are walking down the street. You’ve just finished listening to some of the finest jazz, and now you are faced with a dilemma – you are lost. To get home, you have a choice of taking one of two routes.

On one route, you see a group of guys with rap apparel on, shouting obscenities and quoting random gangsta rap songs. […]

Students asked to put up or shut up for homework assignment

September 27, 2006 James Queally 0

Students enrolled in the women’s and gender studies course “Global Women’s Writers” were asked to pay their professor $1.50 for a copy of a reading assignment.

Adriana Rosman-Askot, an associate professor of Modern Languages who also proctors the class, requested that the students pay for a reading that consisted of two short stories, totaling 38 pages. […]

New IGC head will keep the kids in check

September 27, 2006 Myles Ma 0

People may have trouble distinguishing 22-year-old Pamela Mirabelli, the Inter-Greek Council’s (IGC) new fraternity and sorority coordinator, from the students she advises. The former Tri-Sigma and recent graduate of the College was named to the position in July after John Stout, who had held the position in an interim role for the past year, left the College. […]

Ticket-tape parade starts new semester

September 27, 2006 Nicole Gough 0

Back to school is usually associated with shelling out cash for school supplies and fall shopping. This fall, students at the College found something else to spend their money on – parking tickets.

Although parking tickets are common at any time of the year, Campus Police say that there is an increase in the beginning of every school year. […]

Vacant SGA VP seat filled

September 27, 2006 Scott Kieffer 0

The new executive vice president of Student Government Association (SGA), James Gant, was announced at last week’s meeting. Also, despite opposition, a bill recognizing Equity and Diversity as a full committee of SGA was approved at the meeting.

At the beginning of the meeting, Christine Cullen, SGA executive president, announced her appointment of Gant as vice president. […]

Cop Shop

September 27, 2006 Myles Ma 0

On Saturday, Sept. 16 at approximately 1 a.m. Campus Police stopped a young man shouting and walking in the middle of the road. Campus Police officers asked the young man why he was doing that, but the young man said that he wasn’t doing anything. When asked if he had been drinking, the young man said, “Not that much. […]

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