There’s something about the up-tempo rhythms, harsh guitar riffs and airy vocals that keep an audience warm and satisfied through the cold weather. While it snowed on Friday, Jan. 25, bands Circa Survive and Maps & Atlases played for students at the College Union Board’s Welcome Back Concert. […]
After years of high rankings in the US News and World Report and “best value” awards, the College’s efforts in providing excellent educations have been duly noted by numerous publications. While these accolades look good on a college website, it is interesting to examine how they actually affect the recruiting efforts of the College. […]
In the first meeting of the spring semester on Wednesday, Jan. 23, Student Government updated the assembly on advancements with the Here for Home campaign, a new vice president of Student Affairs, and additional forthcoming events. […]
Last week’s sub-freezing temperatures froze a sprinkler line in Eickhoff Hall, causing a small flood in areas of the dining hall and on the second and third floors of the residence hall, according to Matthew Golden, associate vice president for Communications, Marketing, and Brand Management for the College.
Here for Home, a campaign that is dedicated to helping aid in Hurricane Sandy relief efforts, officially began at the College on Nov. 1, 2012. On that day, approximately 45 people, the majority of whom were students, attended Here for Home’s first meeting and were eager to help.
The men’s and women’s indoor track and field teams have excelled in their season as several members have hit ECAC qualifying marks and delivered shining performances at the Haverford Invitational on Wednesday, Jan. 23 and at the Thomson Invitational at the University of Delaware on Saturday, Jan. 26.
In this week’s matchup of Around the Dorm, the “Ref,” Joe Caputo, challenges staff writers Mike Pietroforte and Andrew Grossman and coresspondent Greg Oriolo to answer questions about which Harbaugh will be victorious in the Super Bowl, which basketball team is the NBA’s best in New York, and who gets the end of the year hardware for the NFL. […]
The flu has become a nationwide epidemic that is said to affect the elderly and those with underlying conditions the most, but due to the living quarters of college students, they too have to be extra cautious with their hygiene habits. […]
In a week that showed the wrestling team’s ceiling to be nearly out of sight, the 19th-ranked Lions took care of the United States Merchant Marine Academy by a final score of 33-10 before sending shock waves through Division III with a 21-17 upset of No. 3 Centenary College.
Both the men’s and women’s swim teams at the College knew early on that some of their toughest competition would come against Rowan University and Stevens Institute of Technology. With just 24 hours separating matchups between their main rivals, the Lions had a difficult task at hand. The men took full advantage of that opportunity as they swept the Owl’s 162-123 and the sixth-ranked Ducks 151-111, taking the New Jersey Athletic Conference for the fifth straight year in the process.
After a week as difficult as this one, the College is certainly happy to put it behind them and look ahead. The Lions dropped all three of the games they played, two of them in a blowout and one of them at the buzzer, to Richard Stockton College, Ramapo College and Princeton University.