LIONS’ ATHLETICS 2007-2008: YEAR IN REVIEW

April 30, 2008 Signal Editorial Staff 0

Football

The football team ended its season as New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) champions, finishing 9-3 after falling in the second round of the Division III playoffs.

The Lions lost to perennial powerhouse Mount Union College on the road, ending a season that featured an eight-game winning streak and a 6-1 NJAC tally. […]

Lions around the dorm

April 30, 2008 Signal Editorial Staff 0

It’s title time boys and girls, but there can be only one. In our final showdown, arts & entertainment editor James Queally, staff writer Duncan Slobodzian and sports assistant Michael O’Donnell will go to war over the Dolphin’s taking Jake Long No. 1 in the draft, the NBA Finals and the Phils’ benching of Ryan Howard. […]

Hall of Fame

April 30, 2008 Signal Editorial Staff 0

On Sunday, five more former lions will join the College’s Alumni and Athletic hall of fame. The Signal congratulates these former school standouts, who will be inducted during a brunch at the Mildred and Ernest E. Mayo Concert Hall.

The Inductees:

Kimberly Faust Petke, ’97, Women’s Soccer

Midfielder/Defender. […]

SOFTBALL: Stiff pitching earns weekend split

April 30, 2008 copress 0

After taking one of two from the visiting Pioneers of William Paterson University, the Lions claimed the fourth seed in the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC).

“Our goal was to be in (the) top six and we did that,” head coach Sally Miller said. “I’m very glad we’re in the tournament. […]

TENNIS: Women overcome injury, shock Swarthmore

April 30, 2008 Bobby Olivier 30

The Lions finished their regular season with a close win as they look forward to the postseason, coming out victorious over the Garnets of Swarthmore College in a close 6-3 match. The College, ranked 26th in Division III, improved its record to an impressive 12-6, while Swarthmore fell to 11-5 after enjoying a five-match win streak. […]

Tri-state track takeover

April 30, 2008 Leeann Weiner 0

The College had a busy weekend competing in its second at-home meet, hosting the annual Lions’ Invitational as well as attending the prestigious Penn Relays.
More than 30 teams met on the track to compete in the non-team scoring events. Teams from all three NCAA divisions competed along with several junior colleges. […]

Lions coast into tourney with pair of wins

April 30, 2008 Kristen Lord 0

The No. 3 Lions prepared to close out the regular season this week, coming away with two big wins over in-state rival Rowan University and Frostburg State University.

The Lions celebrated Senior Day at their final regular season home game of the year, honoring senior defender Christine Cavallo, senior goalkeeper Caitlin Gregory, senior midfielders Toni-Anne Cavallo and Karen Doane, as well as senior forward Diane Haddeland. […]

Film causes nationwide controversy

April 30, 2008 Eric Berg 5

On April 15, College students heard a lecture from Bob Kaita, a Princeton physicist who argued it is possible for a scientist to believe in God. While Kaita’s arguments were reasonable, the material handed out in the hallway was not.

Volunteers passed out promotional DVDs, posters and pamphlets hocking Ben Stein’s new documentary, “Expelled. […]

Wild bear wanders onto campus

April 30, 2008 Signal Staff 0

A campus-wide e-mail from the College yesterday warned that a bear was spotted on campus Monday morning. According to the e-mail, the bear was brought to an isolated location three blocks from campus
until the Division of Fish and Game arrived. […]

Young entrepreneurs share stories of success

April 30, 2008 Leigh Kazmaier 0

Starting your own business is not as hard as it seems, according to several entrepreneurs who shared their stories on April 22. The College’s School of Business, Small Business Development Center and the Entrepreneur Club hosted the event, titled “Young Entrepreneur Success Stories. […]

All sealed up

April 30, 2008 Signal Editorial Staff 0

The Seal, the College’s yearbook, is expected to be delivered this week. The yearbook is usually delivered in September following graduation. According to Amanda Burd, president of The Seal, a spring delivery will combat declining sales and make it easier for seniors to get them. […]

Jewish fraternity given pre-active status by IGC

April 30, 2008 Megan DeMarco 0

The Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEPi) Jewish fraternity was voted a pre-active status chapter at the College through a 22-4 vote on April 23.

Dave Conner, assistant director of Fraternities and Sororities, said recognition of AEPi is the first attempted expansion of the Greek community using a combined expansion policy of the Inter-Greek Council (IGC) and the office of Student Activities and Leadership Development that was implemented in January. […]

Holy puke: Drunk student taken to Spiritual Center

April 30, 2008 Megan DeMarco 0

A student was charged with underage consumption of alcoholic beverages on April 16 at 1:30 a.m.

An officer observed the student lying down on the ground behind a parked vehicle.

The officer observed another student trying to help her up.

When the officer asked if everyone was OK, the intoxicated student said she was “OK” and “just wanted to go to bed. […]

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