In this week’s edition of AtD, we debate Donovan McNabb’s comments on African-American quarterbacks, the media’s coverage of baseball steroid scandals and the driving force behind the women’s soccer team’s success. Arts & entertainment editor James Queally, sports editor Allison Singer and correspondent Steve Cohen are the contestants and news editor Brandon Lee is the ref. […]
For the third consecutive year, the College has a Northeast Singles champion roaming the campus.
Sophomore Jackie Shtemberg returned from the International Tennis Association (ITA) Northeast Regional tournament on Sunday with her second Northeast Singles title in two years. […]
On Thursday evening, the cross country team traveled to Haverford College to attend the Main Line Invitational. The meet was not a team scoring event, but it allowed many individuals to shine.
“This race wasn’t really about getting fast times,” junior Martine McGrath said, “but more about just getting into the race and getting a good workout. […]
In his new book, “National Lampoon’s Balls! An In-Your-Face Look at Sports,” comedian Steve Hofstetter turns the light on a side of sports that people rarely see.
“I’m a huge sports fan and I feel like there’s always been something missing,” Hofstetter said. […]
Men’s rugby traveled to Reading, Pa., to take on Albright College. Albright is the reigning East Penn Rugby Union DII champion and is ranked No. 7 in the nation. Against a team as highly touted as this, the College was going to have to play mistake-free rugby. […]
The field hockey team (5-1) picked up two huge wins after dropping their first game this week to Ursinus College, the No. 1 team in the nation.
The game held in Collegeville, Pa., on Tuesday, Sept. 18, was a tight contest from start to finish. After an early goal by Ursinus in overtime, the College ended up on the wrong side of the 5-4 scoreboard. […]
The College’s name was seen scrolling across many networks’ tickers on Saturday afternoon after the football team’s 13-12 win over the Division I (formerly DI-AA) La Salle University Explorers Friday night at McCarthy Stadium in Philadelphia.
“Nothing feels better than when you see your name flashing across the ticker on ABC,” head coach Eric Hamilton said. […]
Still undefeated, the women’s soccer team dealt losses to Montclair State University and Gwynedd-Mercy College this week, while tying Richard Stockton College.
The No. 2 ranked Lions now stand at 7-0-1 on the season and 2-0-1 in New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) play. […]
The last two weeks have been both enlightening and encouraging in terms of our progress in a very important battle in the War on Terror: the battle for Iraq. With both anticipation as well as some skepticism I listened closely to Gen. David H. Petraeus and U. […]
I was arrested at the foot of the Capitol Building on Sept. 15 in an act of civil disobedience as a result of my participation in a protest to end the war in Iraq. Consequently, I keep getting asked, “Why did you cross the police barricade?” My actions were entirely symbolic. […]
The College’s school of Culture and Society and the Pre-Law Advisory Committee hosted a panel discussion on the death penalty for the College’s third annual Constitution Day on Tuesday, Sept. 18.
Each of the three panelists presented a brief lecture before they held a joint discussion and fielded questions from the audience together. […]
The Asian American Association (AAA) was denied a $26,462 request for comedian Russell Peters to perform during Experiance Asia month at last Wednesday’s Student Finance Board (SFB) meeting.
AAA received $8,530 for Experience Asia which takes place throughout November in an effort “to raise Asian awareness through various events,” Kyle Chan, AAA treasurer, said. […]
On Sept. 14 at 9:35 p.m. three students were arrested for possessing and being under the influence of a controlled dangerous substance suspected to be marijuana. At 9:30, a Campus Police officer was dispatched to the Green Lane Fields bridge area on a report of a group of individuals smoking. […]