Senior catcher Gerard Haran accepted his College Baseball Player of the Year award at the 71st Annual New Jersey Sports Writers Association Banquet on Jan. 28, receiving a round of applause from an audience that included the New York Mets’ Carlos Delgado, Willie Randolph and Omar Minaya, along with other collegiate and professional sports notables. […]
The College’s wrestling team proved there’s no place like home in its last two appearances at Packer Hall this season.
The Lions went 4-0 last weekend, stretching their dual meet winning streak to 10 matches and improving to 16-1 on the season. The College is currently ranked No. […]
Sophomore Stephanie Herrick highlighted a solid performance at the Seamus McElligott Invitational for the Lions by establishing a new meet record in the 800 meters and an NCAA provisional cut with a time of 2:16.42 on Saturday.
“She just had an awesome race and looked real strong,” head coach Eric Mobley said. […]
The College’s swimming and diving teams split with Rowan University last Wednesday, as the women lost 155-138 and the men were victorious 167.5-130.5. With the victory, the men jumped to 4-3 overall while the women fell to 1-8.
The highlight of the meet was the record-breaking 1,000-meter freestyle race by sophomore Mike Molloy in 9:46. […]
For the first Around the Dorm of the spring semester, we debate steriods, the NBA micro-fiber ball and David Beckham. This week we have Signal nation & world editor James Queally, WTSR sports correspondent Rob Viviano and Signal managing editor Lauren Kohout. […]
The College’s women’s basketball team went 0-2 on the road this week, falling to Mount St. Mary College and Rutgers University-Newark. The Lions’ record dropped to 8-11 overall and 3-5 in the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC).
The Lions lost an away game to Mount St. […]
The men’s basketball team split its two New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) matchups this week by defeating William Paterson University at home and coming up short on the road against Rutgers University-Newark. The Lions’ record stands at 11-9 overall and 4-4 in conference games. […]
After 13 years of tireless effort and debate, New Jersey has waved the white flag of surrender to join the other 49 states in their liberalized views on drug treatment.
Recently, the Democrat-controlled legislature passed a bill sponsored by several state politicians, including state senators Nia Gill (D) and soon-to-be retired William L. […]
I have come to the conclusion that a lot of people in the world lack home training. Just to clarify, home training refers to those skills that are imparted to individuals by their parents in the home during development. These skills include, but are not limited to: table etiquette, hygienic practices and, of course, manners. […]
Students from the College joined hundreds of thousands of anti-war protesters in Washington, D.C. on Saturday, Jan. 27 for a massive demonstration and march.
John Leschak, treasurer of the Progressive Student Alliance (PSA), helped organize transportation for students. […]
The College now has a new construction eyesore on its hands, a long trench running along the rear of Green Hall near Brower Student Center. Surrounded by temporary fencing and wooden signs marking a “Temporary Sidewalk,” the work is needed to replace aging steam distribution pipes and should be done by March, weather permitting. […]
While most students were enjoying a break from classes, Michael Strom and Dan Beckelman met with New Jersey legislators to lobby for the restoration of state funding to the College.
Strom, vice president of Legal and Governmental Affairs for the Student Government Association (SGA), and Beckelman, SGA senator at-Large, met with five legislators, located in North Jersey. […]
The Student Finance Board (SFB) fully funded the Black Student Union’s (BSU) $10,700 request for events comprising the upcoming Black History Month.
The planned events for February include an opening ceremony, lectures and presentations, and step team and jazz performances. […]
The student organization, the Educational Opportunity Fund Alliance, was granted official club status at the Jan. 24 meeting of the Student Government Association (SGA).
The large majority vote approving EOF Alliance can be accredited to comments made by SGA executive board members and senators, which quelled dissenting opinions. […]