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.
Sexual assault is an issue that has been on activists’ radars since the ’70s and hasn’t gone away yet.
By Emma Kumpf Blogger “Expect complexity and diversity.” These are the words my professor used to introduce my Gender in Islam class today, but I think they are also an appropriate introduction to my time here in Jordan. There is so much here that is different from my home, but at the same time there […]
By Jennie Sekanics Blogger Within the past two weeks, media outlets have expressed frenzied outrage over the gone-viral video of Raymell Mourice Rice (also known as Ray Rice) abusing his partner, Janay Palmer. Of course, this appalled reaction was justified since Ray Rice not only knocked her unconscious but carelessly left her body on the […]
As part of the College’s first Careers in Aging Week, a screening of “Age of Champions” was held, a documentary highlighting senior athletes.
By Meghan Chroback Blogger Hillary Clinton is one name that has a lot of power and meaning in the United States. Many people, including Pharrell, predicts that Clinton will win the Presidential office in 2016. But despite the rumors, Hillary has denied running for office. Let’s take a moment to talk about the woman Barbara […]
It’s the time of year again for improvisational comedy to welcome in the spring season. All College Theatre was fully funded for their event the “ROCK” by the Student Finance Board on Wednesday, March 5. The event will be free to all students.
As players on the women’s lacrosse team come and go, there is one constant that has remained seemingly unchanged: Throughout the 27 years as being head coach, Sharon Pfluger has earned herself a reputation for winning, and she expects this new 2014 season to be no different. After a dominant 19-3 victory over FDU-Florham last […]
In this week’s Around the Dorm, the “Ref,” Peter Fiorilla, asks our expert panel three questions: Will Michael Sam’s sexuality be a detriment to an NFL team if he is drafted, what has been the most exciting story out of the Winter Olympics this year, and should the New Jersey Devils consider trading the legendary […]