With the constant barrage of images in our media today that defines what the “perfect” body type is, it comes as no surprise to learn that there are over 10 million reported cases of eating disorders among women. The Delta Phi Epsilon sorority at the College devoted the past week to their philanthropy, eating disorder awareness. […]
So this week, I’ve decided to cover a story that is so monumentally shocking that I think you should go to IKEA and specifically buy a chair to sit down in while reading this. (You’ll be assembling that chair for a few days, but this story is timeless so it’s OK.) […]
With nearly all of its pieces retained from an enthralling 2011 campaign and successful postseason, the 26th-ranked wrestling team hinted that more good things are to come with a second place finish at the annual Fall Brawl.
Coming into the Atlantic Regional Championships last Saturday, head coach Phil Jennings and the rest of his team knew that with the season on the line, they would have to run with authority. Although both the men and the women came up just short of qualifying for nationals, they gained some valuable experience, which will help them in the near future.
Sometimes things don’t end as well as you’d hoped. That’s certainly what happened with the Lions’ season this year, as they lost their final game 26-0 to Rowan University in a disheartening finish to what was an up-and-down season.
The women’s soccer team played their hearts out in this weekend’s NCAA tournament, and left with one win and one loss. Traveling to Haverford, Pa., the College was greeted with unseasonable warmth and perfect conditions for some stellar play. […]
This past weekend, athletes from the College’s men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams had impressive outings as they shared the water with four Division I programs at the Big Al Open held at Princeton University.