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Lions coup Monarchs, falter in tournament

November 28, 2016 Connor Smith 0

After a tough loss to open the season, the College’s wrestling team bounced back in a big way as they trounced the King’s College Monarchs on Wednesday, Nov. 16, with a 33-6 victory. The Lions also earned one win and two losses on Saturday, Nov. 19, in the York College Duals. […]

Some aspects of on-campus life are annoying

November 28, 2016 Connor Smith 0

n most cases, the College treats students living on campus well. The rooms are cozy enough, the food is passable and the campus usually looks splendid. That said, a few minor changes could go a long way toward improving the overall experience. […]

Ducks squeak past Lions in opener

November 15, 2016 Connor Smith 0

The College’s wrestling team opened its season on Wednesday, Nov. 9, on the road against the rival Stevens University Ducks. The Lions also competed in the Ursinus College Fall Brawl on Saturday, Nov. 12. […]

Sodexo fires beloved employee

November 13, 2016 Connor Smith 6

Students who swiped into the Atrium at Eickhoff this week might have noticed something was off. The usual spirited greetings of “Y’all got this in the bag!” and “You’re almost over the hump!” were absent from the main dining hall on campus. […]

College policies may violate First Amendment rights

November 10, 2016 Connor Smith 0

The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) — a bipartisan organization whose mission is to defend and sustain individual rights at America’s colleges and universities — informed The Signal that the College maintains a dreaded “red light” rating due to several policies that allegedly restrict student and faculty speech rights on campus. […]

Lions ill-prepared for Frostburg’s cold front

October 18, 2016 Connor Smith 0

On Oct. 17, 2015, the College’s football team lost its matchup with Frostburg State University which brought the team’s record to 0-4 in New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) play. In the weeks that followed, the College bounced back and won its final four matchups to cement a 4-4 conference record. […]

T.J. Miller makes Kendall his dog house

October 4, 2016 Connor Smith 0

T.J. Miller emerged from a locked supply closet following his Tuesday, Sept. 27, performance in the College Union Board’s (CUB) Fall Comedy Show in Kendall Hall. Miller was already dressed like a sleazy magician — or as he put it, “(A guy who’d) sell you a car, but you’re not trying to buy a car.” After the show, however, the actor and comedian had discovered a felt dog nose that was equipped with live-action barking sounds. […]

Lions Defense holds strong in loss

September 29, 2016 Connor Smith 0

Brisk temperatures and an overcast sky greeted the football team before its home opener on Saturday, Sept. 24, against the No. 24 Christopher Newport University Captains. The Lions defense shut down the best offense in the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC), but their own offense could not muster enough plays to overcome an eventual 17-0 deficit. […]

Market brings fresh produce to campus

September 14, 2016 Connor Smith 0

Tucked between Pennington Road and the Campus Town parking lot, the 31 & Main Farmers Market is a refreshing departure from the College’s everyday monotony. The bluegrass sounds of banjos plucking and neighbors conversing on Sundays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. will lead you right to the College’s new market. […]

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