Freshman Jessica Goldman scores the game-winner in overtime. (Photo courtesy of the Sports Information Desk) Following their NJAC loss, the Lions traveled up to Geneva, N.Y., to compete in their 24th NCAA tournament. The team was able to win the first round game against Allegheny, 3-0, on Saturday, Nov. 15. Senior Christine Levering said in […]
High school girls from Trenton and Ewing participated in a day-long female empowerment workshop on Saturday, March 2 in the Brower Student Center.
The Lions fell behind early to Franklin & Marshall College and fell 12-10 to the Diplomats at home.
The leaves were falling, the autumn air was crisp and heels were clacking around campus on Nov. 9.
The women’s tennis team had a special week as they captured the NJAC title, received the first automatic bid into the 2012 NCAA Division III championships in the spring and improved their winning streak against conference opponents to 142 by completely shutting out Ramapo College last Wednesday.
The week before Spring Break, there was an incident reported on the second floor of Centennial Hall involving a male trespassing in the women’s bathroom. Carolyn Ritchie, junior psychology major, said she entered the bathroom and found a male fighting with his girlfriend, a resident on another floor of Centennial Hall.
In this week’s edition of Around the Dorm, the “Ref,” George Tatoris, asks our panel of experts three questions as they play for a championship spot in our Wednesday, May 4, issue: Is the NFL Draft order going to be affected by the Eagles trading up? Can the Washington Capitals keep up their playoff momentum […]
By Isabelle Tan and Tabiya Ahmed Menstruation is not only a biological function, but also part of a larger ongoing social, political and economic debate. Oftentimes, the stigma of menstruation is accepted without consideration, but it is important to critically analyze these social norms and understand how they directly impact women. Due to the detrimental […]
By Colleen Murphy Managing Editor • Campus Police reported 14 incidents of underage drinking summonses that were issued on Homecoming Day, Saturday, Oct. 24, between noon and 4 p.m. A 15th student was given an underage drinking summons later that night, at 11:50 p.m. in Lot 14, Campus Police said. Eleven of the summonses […]
By Kayla Lafi Features Assistant There are times where students get wrapped up in the craziness that is college. They can sometimes lose themselves in the midst of all the assignments, exams and group projects. It tests students’ will and how they feel about themselves. College can take a toll on someone’s confidence and Kappa […]
By Colleen Murphy Managing Editor • An intoxicated student was transported to […]
Among a college’s student body, there are always those few that tend to stick out — the individuals wearing Greek letters on their shirts. Yet, it’s been those letters which have garnered a negative connotation during the recent media mania, highlighting fraternities and sororities engaging in underage drinking, sexual assault, hazing and other reckless behaviors.
By Michael Battista Sports Assistant The softball team continued its impressive season, facing off against two Rutgers campuses, Camden and Newark, and earning three wins out of the four games they played at home. Tuesday, April 7, saw the Lions coming off two straight wins against New Jersey City University, and they looked to keep […]
College fraternities all across the country are making headlines, from Penn State to the University of Oklahoma to Dartmouth College. Their misdemeanors are nothing short of deplorable, and the media storm swirling around them is more than warranted.