The ninth-ranked women’s soccer team hit the road again over last two weeks, where the Lions took on three teams before they returned to the College for the first of a four-game homestand to finish out the season. […]
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 […]
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. […]
The Lions beat Lynchburg College, 5-0, on Saturday, Nov. 18 and then advanced in penalty kicks in a 1-1 draw with Messiah College on Sunday, Nov. 19. The team is in the hunt for the program’s fourth-ever national title, and its first since 2000.
By Brielle Bryan Production Manager A young, beautiful woman held against her will in a locked room by an aggressive, beastly captor — does this situation sound romantic or disconcerting? In Disney’s live-action remake of […]
The Women’s and Gender Studies Department kicked off Women’s History Month on March 8 with a lecture entitled “Tweet Storm: The Rise of Trump, the Mainstreaming of White Nationalism and the Real Threat to Building just and Sustainable Communities.” […]