Witches and woodland creatures took over the Don Evans Black Box Theater last weekend as Lyric Theatre brought Engelbert Humperdinck’s opera “Hansel and Gretel” to the College. The rendition of Humperdinck’s first professional opera, which was based on the Brothers Grimm fairy tale “Hansel und Gretel,” debuted on Thursday, Nov. […]
Friday night, the Mayo Concert Hall was filled to the brim with comedy enthusiasts vying for seats in the sold-out venue to hear Dat Phan, the first-season winner of “Last Comic Standing.”
As part of the Asian American Association’s Experience Asia month, Phan joked about racists, Asian stereotypes, his parents and his childhood. […]
Voter registration at the College was problematic this year because Student Government Association (SGA) members were unable to move into the College earlier due to budget cuts.
Michael Strom, SGA vice president of Legal and Governmental Affairs, said SGA members were not allowed to move in a week earlier than everyone else, as they had in previous years, due to budget cuts. […]
The Ewing Township races for mayor and town council were well-known on campus because of campaign signs boldly featuring the names “Ball, Ball and Cox.”
The campaign of Republicans Jack Ball, Faye Ball (no relation) and Don Cox became a target for jokes among students at the College. […]
Across the country, College-aged people voted in record numbers. However, many at the College feel that many students here did not participate in the midterm elections that took place on Nov. 7.
In the election, Democrat Robert Menendez defeated Republican challenger Tom Kean for a seat in the Senate. […]
‘Zombies’ come to life
The following is a response to Keith Lucas’s “College Community Houses Intellectual Void.” Just from the title, we get a sense of what Keith is trying to say: the College’s students are dumb.
Throughout his article, Keith never states that the college he is talking about is in fact The College of New Jersey. […]
You probably didn’t vote last Tuesday. You might’ve thought about it, but you probably didn’t feel like driving all the way home, or maybe you didn’t know how to arrange for an absentee ballot. But either way, you probably ended up speaking with the majority of Americans who stayed home last week discharging a chorus of dispassionate sighs. […]
If there’s somethin’ strange in your neighborhood, who ya gonna call? Around the Dorm! We welcome back the usual suspects in this crossroads of sports knowledge, creative thought and pandering to the judge. We have Signal sports editor Lauren Kohout, WTSR sports director Patrick Lavery, Signal sports writer Ray Lodato. […]
The men’s swimming and diving team captured its second win against Franklin & Marshall College, while the women’s team experienced its first loss on Sunday.
The men’s team defeated the Diplomats with a score of 120-80 and improved its record to 2-0.
The women’s team fell with a score of 115-90; the team’s record is now 1-1. […]
An extra point is all that separated the College’s football team from victory Saturday, as the Lions fell to the Bengals of Buffalo State College 34-33 in double overtime.
The usually reliable junior kicker Matt Dalessio missed an extra point following a touchdown connection in double overtime between freshman quarterback Chris James and senior wide receiver Ryan Ross. […]
The College’s wrestling team won the 24th Annual Ithaca College Invitational over the weekend and showed plenty of stamina. Ranked No. 19 in the Brute-adidas National Wrestling Coaches Association Division III preseason poll, the Lions overcame a 10-point deficit heading into the second day of the invitational and had three Lions win their respective weight classes. […]
The College’s cross country teams competed in the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC) Championships in Williamstown, Mass., last Saturday. While the women’s team finished in fifth place out of 35 teams, the men’s team took second in the 40-team field. […]
The Lions’ field hockey team defeated the Ospreys of Richard Stockton College 5-0 on Thursday in a game in which the Lions dominated both sides of the ball.
The win was important for the Lions, who were coming off their second loss of the season, as they were defeated by No. […]
The College’s eighth-ranked women’s soccer team captured the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) Championship with a 1-0 win over Montclair State University. The Lions advanced to the finals by way of a 2-1 victory over Kean University earlier in the week. […]