Guster’s demands include healthy snacks

November 29, 2006 Sean Marotta 0

Guster might have radio standards such as “Amsterdam,” but did you know the band prefers red wine, soy milk and Odwalla juice drink? All bands have a list of demands, formally called “riders,” in their contracts that lay out just what they want – from food, to drinks, to black athletic socks – when they perform. […]

Students wow with poetry at Reading Series

November 29, 2006 Kristen Lord 0

Poetry dominated the second Student Reading Series (SRS) of the semester, held in the New Library auditorium on Wednesday, Nov. 15.

Promoted by ‘ink,’ the College’s creative writing organization, the readings support creative expression among students at the College. […]

Brand New finally gets out of high school, while imports impress

November 29, 2006 Signal Editorial Staff 0

Brand New

“The Devil and God Are Raging Inside Me”

4 out of 5 stars

As is typical of Brand New, several tracks on this album end in instrumental screeches that make you wonder why the band is so intent on making fans’ ears bleed. More important though is why fans (me included) will still give the band rave reviews while wiping the blood from the sides of our faces. […]

Punchlines punch Mamawala’s ticket to Atlantic City

November 29, 2006 James Queally 0

Stand-up comedy. As soon as you read those words, a list of famous names started to compile itself in your head. Jerry Seinfeld, Robin Williams, Chris Rock, Adam Mamawala.

Wait a minute, Adam Mamawala? Who the hell is that guy?

Mamawala, sophomore communication studies major, has the chance to creep one step closer to that illustrious list when he performs at the Catch A Rising Star comedy club on Dec. […]

We can’t be happy underground

November 29, 2006 Signal Editorial Board 0

We were alarmed this week at news that an underground fraternity is operating on campus. According to reports gathered by the Signal staff, the group – calling itself Chi Beta Pi – has been holding rush events for freshmen with the promise that they would get some form of recognition at a later date. […]

Letters

November 29, 2006 Signal Editorial Staff 0

Sweet, sweet democracy

Thanks to The Signal for running the article “Alum Supports Pro-Choice in South Dakota.” That alum, Kelly Baden, helped defeat the ballot initiative which would have outlawed every abortion in the state, even if the woman’s health or life were in danger. […]

Lions advance to NCAA Championship Tourney

November 15, 2006 Jessica Jamieson 0

With the sun shining and no rain in sight, the College’s men’s and women’s cross country teams traveled to Mt. Morris, N.Y., to compete in the NCAA Division III Regional Championship on Saturday. The women’s team took second place out of 30 teams, and the men grabbed fourth place out of 34. […]

Lions miss a stroke in tight meet

November 15, 2006 Kaitlin Hamilton 0

It was a tough weekend for the men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams, as both suffered losses. On Friday, the women’s team lost to the C.W. Post Pioneers by a score of 145-92. Overall, the women are 1-2 on the year.

Senior Lee Swanson earned first place in the one-meter and three-meter diving events with scores of 257. […]

Mullin leads Lions despite injury

November 15, 2006 Lauren Kohout 0

After helping launch the Lions to Sectionals of the NCAA Division III Soccer Championship, senior forward Christine Mullin is glad she decided to work through her pain and become a force on the field.

During Mullin’s freshman year, she tore her meniscus. The following year, she managed to tear her ACL just three games into the season. […]

Lions maul the Mustangs in NCAAs

November 15, 2006 Justin Jez 0

The women’s soccer team easily advanced to the third round of the NCAA Division III Soccer Championship by dominating Villa Julie College in a 10-1 game Sunday at the College’s Soccer Complex. The Lions are 16-2-1 on the season.

“We knew we had to come out strong and dominate early,” sophomore defender Courtney Krol said. […]

Lions Around the Dorm

November 15, 2006 Signal Editorial Staff 0

Welcome to week eight of Around the Dorm! This week, we decided to mix things up a bit. Rob Viviano is taking a shot at the questions this week, as I, Lauren “Linda Cohn is my hero” Kohout, am taking over the judging for the week. Joining Rob as panelists are our regular contestants: Signal staff writer Ray Lodato and WTSR sports director Pat Lavery. […]

Lions’ season ends in third round of NCAA Tourney

November 15, 2006 Kelly Duncan 0

After winning its first game in the NCAA Division III Tournament last Friday, the Lions’ field hockey team experienced a 2-1 loss to Messiah College’s Falcons on Saturday, ending the season with a 17-3 record.

The Falcons scored the deciding goal 2:52 into the second half when sophomore forward Nikki Bailey scored off an assist from sophomore forward and midfielder Tiffany Leatherman. […]

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