Award-winning artist brings her work to College

September 26, 2007 Sarah Oldfield 0

Artist Shelly Silver spoke at the College on Sept. 19 part of the “Religion, Culture, and Identity” learning community’s artist lecture series. Students were given a chance to view parts of Silver’s films and ask questions and add their own thoughts.

Silver is a New York-based artist who utilizes film, video and photography. […]

Carney delivers close reading of Shakespeare

September 26, 2007 Liz Hannah 0

English majors gathered with non-English majors Thursday morning for professor and English department chair Jo Carney’s reading of Act III/Scene I of Shakespeare’s “Merchant of Venice.” Carney’s half-hour dissection of this work was the first in a series of “Close Readings. […]

Popular Philly group returns to Rathskeller

September 26, 2007 Jason Lipschutz 1

Brian Williams, The Blue Method’s live-wire lead singer, has a voice that refuses to be ignored. On Sept. 18, every time the audience at the Rathskeller settled comfortably into his band’s blend of ’70s funk and up-tempo R&B, Williams grabbed the microphone like a man on a mission, his booming voice pouncing on every word until the crowd was just as enthralled by the music as he was. […]

Club Sports Update

September 19, 2007 Signal Editorial Staff 0

Women’s club soccer lost to the University of Pennsylvania (UPenn) 1-0 on Saturday. After a scoreless first half, UPenn was able to get a shot past junior goalkeeper Justine Clarke. The loss puts the College at 0-2 for the season after a loss against the University of Delaware on Sept. […]

Guerriero places first

September 19, 2007 Leeann Weiner 0

The men and women’s cross country teams started the season on the right track at the New York University (NYU) Invitational held this past Saturday.

The meet took place at Van Cortland Park, in the Bronx, N.Y.

Junior frontrunner Christopher Guerriero clinched the individual 8K run title for the men in a time of 25:24. […]

Mixed beginnings for Lions’ tennis

September 19, 2007 copress 0

The women’s team, ranked No. 17 in the nation, spent its week increasing its New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) win streak to 117 consecutive matches as it rolled past Rutgers University-Newark 9-0. The streak’s roots date back to Fall 1982.

“Let’s hope it doesn’t end anytime soon,” head coach Scott Dicheck said, “but you take it one day at a time. […]

Gregory tends to goals of her own

September 19, 2007 Kristen Lord 0

Junior Caitlin Gregory burst onto the College athletics scene last season, recording 95 saves in 15 games as the lacrosse team’s starting goalkeeper. The College community has come to know Gregory as a successful lacrosse goalkeeper, but this season her skills protecting the field hockey cage are taking center stage. […]

Men’s soccer tallies a pair of ties

September 19, 2007 Steven Cohen 0

The Lions’ men’s soccer team played to two ties this week in a pair of hard-fought defensive struggles. The first came against the Ducks of Stevens Institute of Technology on Wednesday, Sept. 12 at home and ended 0-0. The second game took place on Saturday at Ramapo College that ended 1-1. […]

Lions around the dorm

September 19, 2007 Signal Editorial Staff 0

This week we’re talking about the NFL and the NBA. Should Portland have drafted Greg Oden? Who’s more important, Eli Manning or Chad Pennington? Were the Patriots penalized enough for stealing signs? All will be revealed as editor-in-chief Lauren Kohout, news editor Brandon Lee and sports assistant Kristen Lord go head-to-head-to-head in the third installment of AtD. […]

Five goals move Lions to 5-0 on season

September 19, 2007 Justin Jez 0

Kicking off New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) play at home, the women’s soccer team came away with a 5-0 win this weekend over the Ramapo College Roadrunners.

The No. 2 ranked Lions are now 5-0 on the season and 1-0 in the NJAC.

“The team has done well,” head coach Joe Russo said. […]

U.S. should help Iraqi minorities

September 19, 2007 Scott Blair 0

Given the news that routinely comes out of Iraq, it is not surprising that a speech by the vicar of the Anglican church of Baghdad did not attract most of America’s attention. The vicar of the Anglican church of Baghdad made a simple statement on the fate of minorities in Iraq before the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom. […]

Everyone has some Vick in them

September 19, 2007 Brian Sposato 0

As a child you probably remember being taught that you should express compassion toward your family and friends. If you were fortunate enough to have a pet, you were instructed to treat him or her with care and love.

Incredibly though, there was a limit to the compassion that you needed to express. […]


September 19, 2007 Signal Editorial Staff 0

The old saying “you get what you pay for” holds particular truth when it comes to College President R. Barbara Gitenstein.

As the first woman president of the College, Gitenstein has done a remarkable job of maintaining academic excellence amid budget cuts from the state. […]

9/11: Forgotten by the College

September 19, 2007 George Apostolopoulos 0

Sept. 11, 2001, the day the world changed. Most of us know the details of what happened on that morning as 19 members of al-Qaeda unleashed the worst terrorist attack on U.S. soil in American history leaving close to 3,000 dead.

The result was an instantaneous public outcry and widespread feelings of patriotism that had not been seen in this country since the second World War. […]

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