Students share opinions around campus

December 6, 2016 Mia Ingui 0

“Do you think that Paul Loser Hall should be renamed?” “I think it should be reconsidered because of what he said in the past. It doesn’t represent our current values at TCNJ.” “I haven’t looked into […]

Chapecoense tragedy brings the soccer world together

December 6, 2016 Rohan Ahluwalia 0

The soccer world woke up to the most dreadful news imaginable on Tuesday, Nov. 29: A flight carrying the Brazilian soccer team Chapecoense crashed in Colombia just outside of Medellin.

Of the 81 people on the flight, which included players, coaches, journalists and airline staff, only six survived. […]

Sophomore runner journeys to nationals

December 6, 2016 George Tatoris 0

“I didn’t see that coming,” Cooper said.

Assistant coach Michael Walker was more surprised by the time frame in which she got to nationals.

“I could see it happening later on as a senior, so this is ahead of schedule from what I thought was possible,” Walker said.

Cooper previously played soccer, but did not enjoy it, so her mother suggested she try cross country. The new sport resonated with her.

Unfortunately, during junior and senior year of high school, fractures and shin problems prevented her from running.

Upon graduation, she chose to attend the College because her brother graduated from there, and if she wanted to continue to run, the cross country program was there, ready and waiting.
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Cougars outlast Lions in NJAC nailbiter

December 6, 2016 Signal Contributor 0

In the final moments of the game that had fans out of their seats, the Lions lost to their conference opponents, the Kean University Cougars, 56-58, on Saturday, Dec 3. The loss came three days after a win against Stockton University.

The game was an absolute defensive standstill, where there was no guaranteed winner until an attempted three by senior guard Kim Dana was missed at the final buzzer. […]

Lions come back to beat the defending NJAC Champs

December 6, 2016 Miguel Gonzalez 0

The Lions continue their blazing start to the season with consecutive wins against New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) opponents. After falling to Skidmore College, 84-96, on Monday, Nov. 28, the Lions defeated Stockton University, 66-62, two days later. The following Saturday, Dec. 3, the Lions crushed Kean University, 77-43. […]

Buzzfeed’s beauty deserves appreciation

December 5, 2016 Mia Ingui 0

If you’re an avid Buzzfeed user like I am, the first app you always open is not Facebook, not Twitter, but the Buzzfeed app, which greets you with that beautiful red circle with a cutting arrow that is the Buzzfeed logo. […]

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