Baseball sparks seven-game winning-streak

March 20, 2018 Signal Contributor 0

Following back-to-back losses against Aurora University and Concordia University Chicago on March 10 and 11, the Lions bounced back with seven consecutive wins in Winter Haven, Florida.

The first win came on March 12 against the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. Following seven innings of shutout pitching from senior pitcher Brandon Zachary, junior pitcher Zac deRocco coughed up the lead. He gave up two earned runs as the opponents tied the game, 2-2. However, in the bottom of the eighth inning, the Lions regained the lead after senior utility player Austin Lindsay smacked a go-ahead RBI single to center field to pull ahead 3-2. Senior pitcher Matt Curry came back to the mound in the ninth to secure the win. […]

Letter to the Editor

March 6, 2018 Signal Contributor 0

Dear Editor: I believe that most of us Americans have been victims of bullying and/or some form of abuse at some time in our lives. As a former counselor and therapist, I worked with and […]

Students should feel welcome at gym

March 5, 2018 Signal Contributor 0

This semester, I became the person I never thought I would be — the person who actually goes to the gym almost every day. I have always been insecure about my body. I am fortunate to have never struggled with my weight, but I feel as though I am constantly defined by my lack of muscle and naturally-thin physique. I decided that I wanted to gain muscle mass with the help of one of my friends, a fitness enthusiast who exercises frequently. […]

Shooters do not deserve sympathy

March 5, 2018 Signal Contributor 0

An active shooter invaded Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, claiming the lives of 17 teachers and students on Feb. 14. Following the shooting, several news outlets and major media networks published articles that sympathized with the shooter. […]

Students share stunning slam poetry

March 5, 2018 Signal Contributor 0

INK, the College’s student-run creative writing club, hosted Slam Down The Walls, a biannual slam poetry competition, for student-artists to debut 10 minutes of their best spoken-word poetry in the Bliss Hall Lounge on Thursday, March 2. […]

Vital Signs: The dark side to your dark roast

February 27, 2018 Signal Contributor 0

Picture yourself settling into a seat at the library for a painfully long study session. If you’re like me, you’re most likely accompanied by an iced coffee as tall as the distance between the floor and your head. Caffeine consumption, whether it be through coffee, soda or energy drinks, seems like an integral part of the college experience. But is there a dark side to your dark roast? […]

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