Fast times at Princeton University

January 30, 2008 Leeann Weiner 0

The Lions continued to improve upon their strong season this past Saturday at the Princeton University Relays.

In the early onsets of the indoor track and field season, the team has been posting plenty of ECAC-qualifying marks. They continued this trend at Saturday’s meet, as well as adding three NCAA provisional marks. […]

Lions trounced by trio of opponents

January 30, 2008 Justin Jez 0

It was a tough week for the men’s basketball team as they dropped two New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) games to Rowan University and William Paterson University and lost to Brooklyn College at home.

With an overall record of 5-12 and an NJAC record of 1-5, the Lions are in the midst of a four-game losing streak. […]

Lions around the dorm

January 30, 2008 Signal Editorial Staff 0

Welcome back kiddies! It’s a new semester and all of our Around the Dorm contestants are getting a fresh start. This week, the contestants will debate the Giants’ best defensive plan of action, the right moves for the Nets’ GM to make and Roger Clemens’ future in the Hall of Fame. […]

Local Devils defeat No. 1 Elmira

January 30, 2008 Lauren Kohout 0

Last Friday night, the Devils hosted the then-first place Elmira Jackets in a game that saw five separate fights break out between the teams, not including the fights referees broke up before they escalated.

“(Elmira is) a physical team,” head coach Rick Kowalsky said. […]

Carbone wins under pressure in close meet

January 30, 2008 Tom Galton 0

Entering the evening’s final bout with the score knotted at 16, senior co-captain Steve Carbone (285 pounds) knew the outcome of the wrestling team’s dual meet against Centenary College hinged on his performance.

Wrestling conservatively to protect an early lead, Carbone scored an 8-0 major decision over sophomore Adam Pearsall to finish off a dramatic 20-16 comeback victory for the No. […]

Lions down Profs, dealt loss by Pioneers

January 30, 2008 copress 0

The women’s basketball team split their twin bill, taking down Rowan University 75-50 before falling to William Paterson University 71-67.

The Lions first traveled to Glassboro, N.J., and soundly defeated the Profs by 25 points on Wednesday night. The Lions trailed 7-4 early in the game, but after going on a 9-0 run they never looked back. […]

Lloyd gives record-breaking performance

January 30, 2008 Bobby Olivier 0

After home victories against Rowan University last week, the College’s men and women’s swimming and diving teams attempted to continue their winning ways at New York University (NYU).

The Violets handed the Lions a pair of defeats. The men fell 167.5-132. […]

Letters

January 30, 2008 Signal Editorial Staff 0

Foley missed the point

Bryan Foley, you missed the point so hard that I feel sorry for you. The outrage over the fliers advertising the College Republicans’ Christmas (not Holiday, Christmas) Party last semester wasn’t because they dared to proclaim their love of Christmas. […]

College ‘lost its luster?’

January 30, 2008 M.J. Angelo 0

Has the college campus lost its luster? The college campus contains the most able-minded group of individuals with the greatest prospect to create innovation and initiate change. These individuals exist as the most powerful threat to the system.

However, it appears that the college scene has evolved. […]

Guild Wars offers chance at online gaming redemption

January 30, 2008 Scott Kieffer 0

To those who have never heard of a massively multiplayer online role playing game (MMORPG), let these words serve as a warning, a consumer recommendation and humble video game guidance. To those of you who proudly play your level 70 paladins, warlocks or rogues, this is your chance for redemption. […]

Health Services warns students of flu season

January 30, 2008 Tom Dunford 0

As flu season blows onto campus, Health Services is advising students to take extra precautions to avoid catching the virus.

“We’re trying to be more proactive,” Janice Vermeychuk, associate director of Health Services, said. “We don’t want to wait until we have a lot of cases on our hands. […]

College removes 24-hour security desks in T/W

January 30, 2008 Joseph Hannan 0

The 24-hour security desks in the Travers and Wolfe dormitories, which were controlled by the private security firm U.S. Security Associates Inc., were removed as of Jan. 21.

The announcement of the discontinuation was made in a campus-wide e-mail, signed by Jim Norfleet, vice president for Student Affairs, and John Collins, the recently-hired police chief/director of Campus Police. […]

Super motivated for ‘Super Tuesday’

January 30, 2008 Signal Editorial Staff 0

Some students at the College are working hard to ensure victory for their candidates of choice on Feb. 5, the day New Jersey will hold its primary along with 21 other states. Senior political science major Matt DeLuca (right) interned for Mayor Giuliani while members of TCNJ for Obama attended a rally in Newark in October. […]

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