Defense shuts out again as Lions win

September 25, 2012 Brandon Gould 0

Moving forward in an undefeated season, the College’s field hockey team has one thing on their minds: paying attention to detail. That has been the focus for the No. 1-ranked Lions, who extended their winning streak to 20 games in a 3-0 victory over Juniata College. […]

Mixed Signals bring back comedy genius

September 25, 2012 Signal Contributor 0

If you entered the Library Auditorium after 8 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 17, you would have been forced to sit on the floor. Almost every corner was filled with eager audience members awaiting the first Mixed Signals’s show of the semester.
The College’s improvisational comedy group performed a solid one-and-a-half hour show filled with witty jokes and clever puns that had the room echoing with laughter. […]

Rifkin and Blake discuss classic literature

September 25, 2012 Signal Contributor 0

The Business Building Lounge was full on Thursday, Sept. 20, as students gathered to hear Benjamin Rifkin, professor of World Languages and Cultures (Russian) and dean of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, and David Blake, professor and department chair of English, read and analyze excerpts from Leo Tolstoy’s “Anna Karenina” and Herman Melville’s “Moby Dick.” […]

Heffernan and Recht shed light on stage production

September 25, 2012 Signal Contributor 0

A duo of directors led the second Brown Bag discussion titled “Putting it Together — the Art of Collaboration” on Friday at the Ernest and Mildred E. Mayo Concert Hall. The lecture was presented by Maureen Heffernan, a professor in the arts and communications department at the College, and Ray Recht, a scenic designer with experience on and off Broadway. […]

Next up — Donohue

September 25, 2012 Signal Contributor 37

The College’s board of trustees and a speckling of students returned on Friday to greet the second and final nominee for the position of vice president of College Advancement, John P. Donohue. […]

1 2 3 4 7