Playoff bound

October 29, 2008 copress 0

The Lions took the first step toward their goal of a championship this week, clinching a New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) playoff berth with a 3-0 win over the Roadrunners of Ramapo College.

The offense didn’t waste any time getting on the board, as junior defenseman Matt Erny scored his first goal of the year on a feed from junior forward Kevin Luber early in the first half. […]

This Week in Sports

October 29, 2008 Signal Editorial Staff 0

Game of the Week
Women’s Soccer
The Lions will host the first round of the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) playoffs on Saturday, Nov. 1. The Lions, led by top senior scorers Erin Cunliffe, Jamie Kunkel and Lauren Delaney, are entering the NJAC tournament after losing to Messiah College in the National Championship last year. […]

Lion of the Week: Tom Medvecky

October 29, 2008 Bobby Olivier 0

Sophomore swimmer Tom Medvecky won six events in two meets this weekend to lead the Lions to their first two victories of the season. On Saturday, Medvecky took first in the 400 medley relay, as well as the 500 and 1,000 freestyle events against Montclair State University. […]

Lions around the dorm

October 29, 2008 Signal Editorial Staff 0

This week in Around The Dorm (ATD), it’s a heavyweight bout between three ATD veterans: staff writer Duncan Slobodzian, Sports Editor James Queally and WTSR News Director Pat Lavery. Sports Assistant Bobby Olivier will dish out the points as we try to predict which tri-state hockey team has the best chance of capturing the Cup, who will win the NFC BEAST (East with a B) and which 2008 NBA Finals team is likely to return to the promised land. […]

Down on Gang Green? Try Big Blue

October 29, 2008 Myles Ma 0

Prior to the Raiders’ Week 7 matchup against my perennially middling Jets, Sebastian Janikowski had never kicked a 57-yard field goal. As I was watching the Raiders go three and out in The Signal office, I was celebrating because of the ludicrous, impossible length of the kick. […]

The frosh phenomenon

October 29, 2008 Leann Weiner 0

Freshman runner Alex Yersak has been turning heads each time the Lions compete this season, speeding past more experienced harriers and making a name for himself at the College and in the Division III cross country community.

Yersak kicked off his running career in middle school, attacking local tracks and trails in his hometown of Marlton, N. […]

Young Lions get chance to shine at Haverford Invite

October 29, 2008 Leann Weiner 0

The Lions competed at the Haverford Invitational held at Haverford College in Pennsylvania on Friday afternoon, where the men’s and women’s cross country teams dominated the non-team scoring event.

The meet showcased the College’s sub-varsity runners and saw six male Lions finish among the top 25 runners. […]

Double the dual meets, double the fun

October 29, 2008 James Queally 0

Talk about making a splash.

The men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams made the most of their opening weekend at the Aquatic Center, rolling over the Montclair State University Red Hawks and Stevens Institute of Technology Ducks in dual-meet action. […]

Iraq war has United States at a crossroads

October 29, 2008 Katelyn M. Surina 0

It is so sad to know how ill-informed the general public is concerning the Iraq war. As a proud American with personal vested interests in the success of our mission in Iraq, I feel I can shed some light on the pressing issue of the Iraq war. Considering my boyfriend is courageously serving in Iraq, I can affirmatively tell you we are winning the terrorist insurgency there. […]

Teen movie from mid-’90s evokes scary parallel

October 29, 2008 Jason P. Taestch 0

We are at the end of an era. An era marked with rampant materialism, excessive luxuries and hopefully, bling.

Suddenly, spending $500 on a Fendi bag or pair of exotic French shoes doesn’t seem like that great of an idea. Now we’re left with the question, who is to blame?

Sure, we can point fingers at the greedy CEOs, reckless financial institutions and oblivious government agencies. […]

Key to election outcome close to home

October 29, 2008 Pablo Moretto 0

We are about to witness one of the biggest events in the history of this country.

I don’t know about you, but world events tend to exist as a background to my everyday life. I hear about things happening on the news, but I don’t get the chance to experience them firsthand. […]

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