Women’s tennis qualifies for NCAA tournament

September 27, 2011 Signal Contributor 0

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. […]

Male spotted in women’s bathroom

March 23, 2005 Joe Garaventi 0

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. […]

Players speak out against sexism in college sports

November 15, 2016 Michael Battista 0

Over the course of a few days, Harvard University has gone from being one of the top universities in the world to just another college plagued with on-campus controversy surrounding its NCAA players.

On Monday, Oct. 24, The Harvard Crimson, the university’s newspaper, released a story detailing the existence of a 2012 Google doc created by the varsity men’s soccer team. The “scouting report,” as it has been called, ranked members of the women’s soccer team based on looks and other factors. Each girl had a photo attached with their name. […]

Around the Dorm 4/27: NFL Draft, Washington Capitals and Chyna

April 26, 2016 Signal Editorial Staff 0

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 and how should World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) Superstar Chyna be remembered? […]

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