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Nothing to see, just an old TV

September 24, 2014 Peter Fiorilla 0

An officer patrolling near the College’s rear entrance noticed five students “carrying a big screen TV” at 12:40 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 20, according to Campus Police. The students staid they found the TV on […]

Pre-gaming the pre-game

September 16, 2014 Peter Fiorilla 0

By Peter Fiorilla & Mylin Batipps News Editor & News Assistant On Friday, Sept. 12, at 3:30 p.m., a preacher who had been publically speaking outside the Brower Student Center reported a theft to Campus […]

Fuse breaks, school aches

September 16, 2014 Peter Fiorilla 0

Most of campus suffered a power outage starting at 12 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 12, with the affected facilities including The Atrium at Eickhoff and the Lion’s Den during the brunt of meal equiv. The cause […]

Student squats in the bushes

September 9, 2014 Peter Fiorilla 0

On Sunday, Aug. 24 at 11:50 p.m., Campus Police responded to a C.A. report of a controlled dangerous substance at Centennial Hall. A student told the floor’s C.A. her roommate had left marijuana on a […]

Lions redeem opening loss with 4-1 win

September 2, 2014 Peter Fiorilla 0

The men’s soccer team showed well in its opening two games at the Glimore Alumni Classic tournament last week, holding No. 1 Messiah College in a narrow 2-1 loss before rebounding with a 4-1 win over Elizabethtown College. […]

Coaching a winning family

September 2, 2014 Peter Fiorilla 0

By Peter Fiorilla News Editor Numerous NCAA championships and hundreds of student athletes have been attracted to the College’s lacrosse and field hockey teams over the years, and there has always been one constant at […]

T-Dubs fried out

August 26, 2014 Peter Fiorilla 0

Due to mechanical issues recently discovered on the scene of T-Dubs during construction, the opening of the Towers-based dining facility has been delayed until further notice. […]

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