Junior quarterback Chris James scored five touchdowns to lead the Lions to victory over Buffalo State College on Saturday. James completed 24 of 31 passes for 303 yards against the Bengals, throwing three touchdowns for the College and rushing for two more in the 42-32 victory. […]
Two of Around The Dorm’s inaugaural ramblers return to ATD this week, as staff writer Ray Lodato and WTSR News Director Pat Lavery do battle with newly christened staff writer and ATD newcomer Kristina Shemming. The trio will argue over the legitimacy of Carlos Zambrano’s no-no, who got hurt the most by Gilbert Arenas’ most recent injury and the struggle for power in the NFL. […]
After dropping a 3-0 decision to C.W. Post of Long Island University, the College began its New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) schedule with a shutout victory over Kean University, 2-0.
“We all know the real season started with the opening of NJAC,” junior forward Kevin Luber said. […]
Here we go again.
It’s mid-September, and while some of the numbers and names have changed, the New York Mets are once again stumbling and clawing their way toward the finish line, inducing heart attacks and headaches for everyone who ever said “you gotta believe. […]
After head athletic trainer Joe Camillone’s retirement in June, there is a changing of the guard atop the athletic department. For the first time in 35 years, a new head athletic trainer has been appointed by John Castaldo, director of Athletics and Recreation. […]
After being dealt their first loss of the season in an upset by Swarthmore College, 4-3, last Wednesday, the women’s soccer team came back with a vengeance, pounding on New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) opponent Kean University 3-0 Saturday afternoon.
The team has not lost a conference matchup in its last 37 games, earning a total record of 35-0-2. […]
Let me ask you something: How much would it be worth to you, personally, to be able to go back in time eight years and have Al Gore elected instead of George W. Bush?
Think carefully, now: The war in Iraq has already taken $1,700 from your pocket, and it’s anyone’s guess as to how much longer it’s going to last. […]
James Howard Kunstler, author of the freshman summer reading book World Made by Hand, defended his stance on environmental sustainability on Sept. 17 as part of the College’s Community Learning Day.
Themed Human Health and Environmental Sustainability, the day included a panel discussion on sustainability and a keynote address by Kunstler, a noted author and lecturer on environmental and economic issues. […]
In celebration of Constitution Day, Daryl Fair, professor of political science, questioned whether a new constitution is necessary last Wednesday in the Library Auditorium.
Sponsored by the Student Government Association (SGA), the lecture was titled “Do We Need a New Constitution?”
Fair started the discussion by asking the audience: “What parts of the Constitution bug you? What needs to be changed?”
Examples brought up by the audience included the Electoral College, the right to bear arms and the lack of the Equal Rights Amendment, among others. […]
The College Union Board (CUB) cleared its first obstacle to securing hip-hop artist Rihanna for its Spring Concert after the Student Finance Board (SFB) unanimously awarded it $126,387.30.
“It would be the perfect concert to have,” Katerina Gkionis, CUB director, said. […]
The College recently stipulated non-smoking areas around Green Hall and Eickhoff Hall, in accordance with the College’s smoking policy and New Jersey’s Indoor Air Quality Regulations, Matthew Golden, executive director of Public Relations and Communications, said. […]
Students living on campus can start feeling a little safer this week, as the office of Campus Police will begin a push to make their presence more recognizable throughout the College.
Starting today, security officers will assist community advisors (CAs) and other Residential Education and Housing (Res Ed) staff members in their duties, occasionally joining them on roves throughout the dorms and townhouses. […]
The College and its students took notice of Wall Street’s crisis a week and a half ago when 158-year-old investment giant Lehman Brothers filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
On the same day, Merrill Lynch was bought by Bank of America, and American International Group (AIG) announced plans for a massive restructuring. […]