July 9, 2020

Lions drop three games, fall to 3-3 in the NJAC

April 7, 2004 Matt Conklin 0

The College’s softball team lost both games of a doubleheader against Ramapo College on Saturday night.

They also split a doubleheader with rival Rowan University last Tuesday. This put the Lions at 13-8-1 and 3-3 in the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC). […]

Track posts six qualifying marks at Princeton University

April 7, 2004 Vanessa Wolkovitsch 0

The College’s men’s and women’s track and field teams posted six NCAA Division III provisional qualifying times, among other accomplishments, at Princeton University during the Sam Howell Invitational on Friday and Saturday.

“Six qualifying times is very good for early in the season,” head coach Steve Dolan said. […]

New softball club wins first game

April 7, 2004 Kristen Zimmerman 0

A 12-10 win in the first game of the season is an impressive accomplishment for any team. For a team in its very first year of existence, it becomes even more impressive.

The College’s club softball team, in its first season ever, defeated Rutgers University-New Brunswick. […]

Blue Jays break away from Lions in sixth inning

April 7, 2004 Michael Dimasi 0

The College’s baseball team beat Elizabethtown College 9-4 last Tuesday, in a rebound from its 8-4 loss to the Johns Hopkins University Blue Jays last Monday. The College now stands at 11-4.

In the win, senior designated hitter Brian Hickey led the way, going three-for-three with an RBI. […]

Students save with Nexus Trade

April 7, 2004 Bryan Wassel 0

A new source for the purchase and sales of used books, called Nexus Trade, has been created on campus. This small, student-run company helps students buy and sell textbooks at cheaper prices than the bookstore.

By using Nexus Trade, students can save up to 13 percent over bookstore prices, and books are delivered to the dorm of the recipient. […]

American Empire: Our country examined through films and lectures

April 7, 2004 Bryan Wassel 0

A faculty spanning six departments examined the United States from a world perspective in terms of both economy and war to put U.S. foreign policy under a microscope.

This faculty composed the USA Project, which created last week’s Examination of American Empire week, a group of events discussing America’s foreign policy. […]

Bylaw amendment defeated in SGA meeting

April 7, 2004 Sean Marotta 0

The Student Government Association (SGA) defeated a bill that would have revised the way SGA approves organizations and the way it interacts with the office of Student Activities at its meeting last week.

The bill, proposed by Marco Zelaya, vice president of legal and governmental affairs, would amend SGA bylaws to change all references to the office of Student Life to the office of Student Activities. […]

Speaker notes U.S.’s refusal to protect women’s rights

April 7, 2004 Jenna Lerro 0

The United States is one of approximately six countries that has not signed a document that provides a universal definition of discrimination against women as well as the pledge to aid in the elimination of this gender discrimination, Carol Boyce Davies, director of African-New World Studies and a professor at Florida International University, said last Wednesday. […]

Deaf presenter shares the story of her life

April 7, 2004 Anthony Miscia 0

Delighting her audience with humorous anecdotes and stories of her trials and tribulations, guest speaker Rose Pizzo told the story of her life without making a single sound last Wednesday. That is because Rose Pizzo is deaf.

Pizzo was accompanied by her friend, Judy Jonas, who interpreted Pizzo’s sign language for the evening. […]

HabiFest raises poverty awareness

April 7, 2004 Michael Puzyk 0

The College’s chapter of Habitat for Humanity struck a blow against homelessness last Wednesday by holding its first annual HabiFest, an event featuring speakers as well as musical acts in Brower Student Center.

The nationwide student-initiated day of advocating for affordable housing, HabiFest is recognized on over 200 high school and college campuses and features events such as awareness walks and speaking engagements, like the one that took place at the College. […]

Talent show cancellation spurs questions over who is at fault

April 7, 2004 Tammy Tibbetts 0

Miscommunication and disorganization are possible reasons for the cancellation of the third annual junior class talent show, previously scheduled for March 19, though exactly who is at fault remains a discrepancy.

Tiffany Meredith, junior class president and pre-law major, blames the cancellation on the disorganization of Conference and Meeting Services (CMS). […]

Sodexho introduces Carte Blanche despite opposition

April 7, 2004 Audrey Levine 0

Despite expressions of opposition from students and faculty about the new Carte Blanche meal plan, it will be instituted for the 2004-05 year.

The new dining plan offers freshmen and sophomores three different options.

The basic idea of the meal plan is that students will not have to pay each time they enter Eickhoff Hall. […]

1 2 3