Students at the College enjoyed a night of drama, mystery and fun at All College Theatre’s (ACT) fifth annual Interactive Murder Mystery Dinner, titled “I’m Getting Murdered in the Morning.” The show was presented in the Cromwell Main Lounge on Friday and Saturday evening. […]
Hackett’s opinions are overly biased
The sad fact is that there is bias in all the news we consume. After all, in a large sense, this is why the media elites are so popular.
However, we all have the awesome ability to think for ourselves at some point. […]
It was encouraging to learn that Gov. Jon S. Corzine’s proposed budget for fiscal year 2008 included a $49.3 million boost for higher education, including a $1.6 million raise in the College’s base appropriation.
While the College administration is still reviewing the financial details, it is clear that the proposed budget is a whole lot kinder to the College than was last year’s. […]
Sophomore center Hillary Klimowicz posted her second double-double – 19 points and 10 boards – in as many games as the women’s basketball team crushed Montclair State University 60-39 in the first round of the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) playoffs on Tuesday night. […]
Both the men’s and women’s squads finished first in the team rankings of the New Jersey Athletic Conference indoor track & field championships in Toms River, N.J.
Freshman Kristen Tricocci placed first in the 200-meter dash in 27.50 and won the long jump at 4. […]
Last year at the Metropolitan Conference Swimming and Diving Championships, the Lions walked away with a second-place finish for both the men and women’s squads. This year the men’s team walked away with the championship while the women’s squad finished second. […]
The College’s tennis team is all smiles after soundly defeating both the St. Lawrenceville University Saints and the New York University (NYU) Violets this weekend in the spring season opener.
The men’s team hosted both teams, defeating the Saints 9-0 Saturday morning and the Violets 8-1 Sunday afternoon, while the women’s team defeated the Saints 8-1 Saturday afternoon. […]
By Steve Hofstetter, Keith Alberstadt, Adam Hofstetter, Cody Marley, Rich Ragains, Elliot Steingart and Chris Strait
This week was Lincoln’s birthday. That reminds me, four score and seven years ago the Celtics won a championship.
Scottie Pippen is considering a comeback to the NBA. […]
The women’s basketball team jumped out to a 13-1 lead early in the first half on its way to a 71-52 win over Rutgers University-Camden on Senior Night last Wednesday. With the victory, the Lions finished the season at 12-13 overall and 7-6 in the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC). […]
This week in Around the Dorm, we battle over John Amaechi and his new book, Dice-K and the Red Sox, and Marty Schottenheimer getting axed. The contestants this week are Signal managing editor Lauren Kohout, Signal nation & world editor James Queally and WTSR sports director Pat Lavery. […]
The College’s wrestling team captured the Metropolitan Conference team title and crowned three individual champions at the Metropolitan Conference (METs) Championships Sunday at Packer Hall.
Senior Joe Galante (157 pounds), sophomore Greg Osgoodby (174 pounds) and freshman Tyler Branham (141 pounds) all won conference championships in their respective weight classes. […]
The season is over for the men’s basketball team as it came up short against Ramapo College in the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) Playoffs First Round game after qualifying for the postseason with a win over Rutgers University-Camden (5-19).
The College finished the season with a 12-14 overall record and went 5-9 in the NJAC. […]
Throughout my academic career, I’ve been bombarded with social awareness events so much that I’ve started to become annoyed.
One such event is Black History Month, an event that began as a week but has since become a nationally celebrated month for the achievement of African-Americans. […]
In the United States, Socialists, or those even vaguely sympathetic to the ideology, are often instructed to “move to Cuba.”
Undoubtedly, this is a cheap and clich?d political barb that most leftists shrug off, but examining its actual meaning is important. […]