The men’s and women’s track teams excelled at home in the College-hosted New Jersey Invitaional, as a handful of Lions won their events in a competition that included athletes from Divisions I and II. For […]
Long derided by students as a soft spot on an otherwise rock-solid campus experience, the Physical Enhancement Center is finally being supplied with much-needed funding this semester to combat the problems that have kept students away over the years. […]
Riding teamwork and a selfless mentality all the way to the program’s best-ever finish at the NCAA Championships, the men’s swimming and diving team won national titles in the 200-free and 400-free relays, as six […]
Friday featured huge upsets in the NCAA March Madness tournament, but that madness did not carry over onto the baseball diamond for the Lions (9-4). The College soundly defeated the struggling Eastern University Eagles 10-1 […]
We saw them this past week, creeping around corners, dueling outside of Green Hall and sometimes walking on campus like average students, albeit equipped with foam swords and mischievous grins: the players of the “Human […]
Four wrestlers sealed their fate this past weekend at Kings College during the NCAA Northeast Regional tournament when they qualified for the prestigious Division III National Championship hosted in Iowa. Sophomore 149-pounder Dylan Thorsen and […]
The men’s soccer team needed to defeat an unbeaten Montclair State University squad to move on in the NJAC playoffs and qualify for NCAA’s last Wednesday, Nov. 6. But the team fell into a 2-0 hole in the first half from which it never recovered, losing 4-1 to the eventual champions.
The selling point of Barbara’s Hungarian Restaurant is that it fulfills a unique niche — the food is authentically ethnic through and through, from the goulash to the paprikas, but it’s easy to feel right at home in this slice of Hungary on Parkway Avenue, thanks to its comforting cuisine and cozy dining area. […]
The stage was set for something dramatic at the end of Homecoming, a game in which quarterback Chris Spellman came alive and the football team’s defense stayed dominant for a 21-20 win over visiting Morrisville State College.