Lions smash ranked opponents

April 24, 2018 Miguel Gonzalez 0

The second best team in the New Jersey Athletic Conference? No sweat. The number one ranked team in the country? No competition. A team all the way from Colorado? Just another day at Lions Stadium. […]

College has ‘Critical Conversation’ about protest

April 17, 2018 Miguel Gonzalez 1

In the aftermath of the student counter-protest against the presence of conservative religious group Bible Believers in Alumni Grove on Thursday, April 12, the College held the “Critical Conversations: Spring Edition” forum in the Education Building Room 115 to allow students to discuss their concerns about the day’s events. […]

Philadelphia 76ers advance their process

April 16, 2018 Miguel Gonzalez 0

After years of tanking, frustration and heartbreak, the Philadelphia 76ers are returning to the NBA playoffs. Unlike the 2012 team that fought hard to secure the eighth seed, the Sixers are rolling through the Eastern Conference with a 16-game winning-streak. […]

Students compete with PB&J sandwiches

April 9, 2018 Miguel Gonzalez 0

United by the common goal of feeding patrons of the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen, but divided in the spirit of friendly competition, 10 campus organizations participated in Student United Way’s fifth annual PB&J race on Thursday, April 5 in the Brower Student Center.
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Baseball on 11-game winning-streak

April 3, 2018 Miguel Gonzalez 0

The baseball team seemingly leaves the diamond with a win after every game this season.

On March 27, the Lions defeated Widener University, 5-4, at George Ackerman Park. The team then prevailed over Haverford College, 4-3, at home on Wednesday, March 28. The following Saturday, March 31, the Lions traveled up to Newark, New Jersey where they played a doubleheader against Rutgers University-Newark and won both games, 12-0 and 7-3. […]

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