Lions around the dorm

February 27, 2008 Signal Editorial Staff 0

Salaries and scandals and Superman, oh my! This week in Around the Dorm, we debate Ryan Howard’s salary increase, Kelvin Sampson’s scandalous recruiting policies and the legitimacy of Dwight Howard’s super dunk. Staff writer Brandon Lee, senior editor Lauren Kohout and arts & entertainment editor James Queally are the contestants, and last week’s winner, staff writer Duncan Slobodzian, is the ref. […]

Track and Field teams take home honors

February 27, 2008 Leeann Weiner 0

The College kicked off the championship season this past weekend with the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) Indoor Track and Field Championships.

The first portion of the meet, the weight throw competition, was held on Friday.

Senior Brian Donatelli defended his championship title and was named a Gerrity Award winner as the Most Outstanding Male Athlete. […]

Trenton Devils down Chiefs

February 27, 2008 Lauren Kohout 0

The Trenton Devils snapped a 10-game losing streak when they scored four straight goals to take out the Johnstown Chiefs 4-3 Sunday night.

It looked as though the losing streak would continue until a power play goal began a rally for the T-Devils. A charging center Jim Henkel scored his 15th goal of the season off a pass from forward Jason Bonsignore 9:31 into the second period to climb to a 2-1 score under the Chiefs. […]

Rocky men’s basketball season comes to an end

February 27, 2008 Steven McFadden 0

The men’s basketball team was eliminated from New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) playoff contention on Wednesday night when it lost to the Rowan University Profs 65-62. The Lions also dropped their season finale 80-77 in overtime on Saturday as they visited the Scarlet Raptors of Rutgers University-Camden. […]

Klimowicz reaches milestone as women’s basketball team clinches division

February 27, 2008 copress 0

The Lions had an eventful week as their best scorer, junior center Hillary Klimowicz, reached quadruple digits in career points and the team took sole possession of first place in the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) South Division.

The College claimed the division title and a first-round playoff bye with a victory over Rutgers University-Camden Saturday and Kean University’s upset loss at Rowan University the same day. […]

LETTERS: Offended WIRED 2008 viewers are oversensitive

February 27, 2008 Signal Editorial Staff 0

A certain letter was brought to my attention that concerned WIRED 2008.

In this letter, two men, David Adams and Alex Seise, commented on the show, more specifically Dan Keyser and Vincent Scafuto’s short titled “Suite!” Adams and Seise went on to say how the play had unnecessary and offensive remarks that demeaned the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community and that these attacks on the LGBT community should be treated with sensitivity. […]

Students brave treacherous sidewalks

February 27, 2008 Dan Mutter 0

The first of (hopefully) many snow days this semester came on Feb. 22. The 289 tree-lined acres of the College’s suburban Ewing Township campus were transformed into a magical winter wonderland dotted with snowmen, igloo forts and snow caterpillars.

Many students enjoyed their day off from class in true College spirit. […]

Subconscious racism creates real problems in America

February 27, 2008 Sheil Naik 0

Please note, I mention blacks repeatedly in this article, but my thesis applies to people of all skin colors. It’s just that I’ve seen examples made of blacks more often than other races.

Also, I myself am not black, but some of the statements I make explain how I imagine I would feel if I were black. […]

‘Get connected,’ alum advises

February 27, 2008 Maham Qureshi 0

A presentation given by two executive board members of the Biology Teachers Association of New Jersey (BTANJ) on Feb. 21 provided students with insight into how to stay connected in teaching.

The biology department sponsored the talk on networking by Bunny Jaskot and Sharon Weiss of BTANJ that offered resources for students interested in studying education. […]

SETA fights for secondary education double major

February 27, 2008 Tara Kieffer 0

The Secondary Education Teacher’s Association (SETA) this semester established a petition demanding secondary education be recognized as a dual major. According to the SETA proposal, the secondary education program “greatly exceed(s) the amount of credits required by the state to be considered a major. […]

U. of Toledo administrator named new vice president

February 27, 2008 Kelly Duncan 0

The office of the President announced on Friday, Feb. 22, that Carol Bresnahan had been chosen to fill the position of provost/executive vice president at the College.

Bresnahan is currently the vice provost for Academic Programs and Policies and professor of history at the University of Toledo. […]

Golden shower rains down in Wolfe

February 27, 2008 Megan DeMarco 0

A resident of Wolfe Hall was charged with the underage consumption of alcoholic beverages after he was found urinating on another student’s bed while she was in it.

On Feb. 17 at 8:35 a.m. Campus Police officers were dispatched to Wolfe, where a resident said she returned to her room from using the bathroom and saw the accused urinating on the lower bed-bunk while her roommate was in it. […]

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