July 14, 2020

Lions dominate competition at Thompson Invitational

February 16, 2005 Scott Miccio 0

With numerous personal records at the Thompson Invitational, it seems that the College’s indoor track and field team is turning up the heat for their post-season push.

Saturday’s Thompson Invitational included various teams from the tri-state area from all three divisions. […]

Late three robs Lions of key conference win

February 16, 2005 Matt Conklin 0

Three minutes and thirty-six seconds was all it took to turn what looked like another New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) win into a heartbreaking loss.

After building a 58-50 lead over the first 37 minutes of the Saturday’s contest against Rutgers University-Newark, the College’s men’s basketball team needed just one more score and a defensive stop in the final seconds to secure a victory. […]

Editorial: New Dean, new DNC

February 16, 2005 Signal Editorial Staff 0

In 1964, Barry Goldwater ran for president in a red blaze of failure. One of the nation’s staunchest conservatives in the time when Kennedy and Johnson reigned, he garnered a measly 38.5 percent of the vote, winning only six states and 52 electoral votes.

Despite this, Goldwater was named chairman of the Grand Old Party (GOP) just a year later. […]

That art of disinformation — propaganda vs. news

February 16, 2005 Zac Goldstein 0

During a conversation a few months back, a friend sent me a link to a Washington Times editorial in an effort to prove me wrong with “solid facts.”

I was alarmed by this and not just because the Washington Times is a patently dishonest, ideologically-driven excuse for a publication. […]

Somehow, Bush will escape the second-term curse

February 16, 2005 Jeff Pillar 0

In its first term, the George W. Bush presidency was marked by a series of tradeoffs. It traded the capture of a man who organized the flying of planes into the World Trade Center three-and-a-half years ago for the capture of Saddam Hussein, a man who did not. […]

Neglecting masculine duties causes women to suffer

February 16, 2005 Matt Esposito 0

After three years at the College I have noticed that things tend to happen in a predictable manner. The seasons change, rushes for fraternities and sororities occur, the administration ignores students and their concerns and “The Vagina Monologues” is once again performed. […]

Bush budget proposal fails to tame growing defecits

February 16, 2005 Zac Goldstein 0

We have a saying around these parts: if you are going to come late, don’t come at all. After months of standing behind a Republican-controlled Congress that has given us record deficits, President Bush has finally expressed his desire to cut spending. While this is a step in the right direction, it can only be described as too little, too late. […]

Sophomore ‘squatting’ right discussed at RHA forum

February 16, 2005 Tim Fox 0

Students voiced their concerns about squatting priveleges of sophomores currently living in Townhouses and expressed their continued displeasure with Dining Services last week at the Residential Housing Association (RHA) open forum.

The new housing policy will allow current sophomores who live in Townhouses West to remain in these highly sought after residence halls next year. […]

SFB: $3,000 added to conference request line

February 16, 2005 Sean Marotta 0

The Student Finance Board (SFB) debated how to spend the remaining $4,500 in its conference request line at its meeting last week. The Technology Education Society (TES) received $800 of a $1,590 request with a 8-6 vote, while the Minority Association of Pre-Health Students (MAPS) received its entire $544 request with a 10-3-1 vote. […]

Cop Shop

February 16, 2005 Katelyn McCormick 0

On Jan. 19 at 3:40 a.m., Campus Police was dispatched to Cromwell Hall on a report of a fire alarm.

The building fire annunciator panel reported a smoke detector activated on the second floor. An investigation revealed that unknown persons activated the fire extinguisher in the second floor hallway, which activated the alarm. […]

There’s no such things as free breakfast

February 16, 2005 Sarah Gasparetti 0

Due to a glitch in the Carte Blanche dining system, some students with Plan C, which does not offer unlimited access to Eickhoff Dining Hall before 11 a.m., thought that they were getting free breakfast for the first few weeks of the semester. However, Sodexho Dining Services, the company that supplies all food on campus, discovered the glitch and will deduct points from students who received free breakfasts during that time. […]

Ordinances make living off campus difficult

February 16, 2005 Bryan Wassel 0

Ewing Township passed four new ordinances that are making it more difficult for students at the College to find housing off campus and causing landlords to discuss how their property may become unfit for rental.

The new ordinances create a variety of new safety, size and parking regulations for rental housing and increase the frequency of official inspections required by the township. […]

A birthday celebration to remember

February 16, 2005 Brigid Mara 0

Founders’ Day, which commemorated the College’s 150th anniversary last Wednesday, provided students, faculty and alumni with many ways to celebrate. Events on Founders’ Day included a commemorative postal cancellation table, collection of items for the time capsule and the College’s 150th birthday party. […]

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