The College's women's basketball team ended a solid week of play with a crucial 78-52 victory over Rowan University in a New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) game.
Senior guard Tiara Simpkins dropped a career-high 21 points in the winning effort over Rowan, surpassing her previous best of 20 points.
The men's basketball team remains unbeaten, slipping by the Profs of Rowan University 50-49 last Tuesday thanks to some late-game heroics by senior guard Jason Stallworth. With the win, the Lions improve to 3-0 overall and 1-0 in the conference.
With the shot clock winding down, Stallworth hit the go-ahead three-pointer, putting the Lions on top 48-47.
High expectations. As is always the case with the College's wrestling team, high expectations will be the theme all season.
The bar has been set high for the team, and although it is still early in the season, the team seems to be on the right track.
The Lions started off the season ranked No.
After defeating New Jersey City University (NJCU) one night before, the Lions men's soccer team lost its hope for a national title after falling to the defending national-champion Falcons of Messiah College 3-0 in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament on Nov.
The College's men's and women's cross country teams finished in the top 10 in team standings at the 2005 NCAA Division III Championships at Ohio Wesleyan University on Nov.12.
Rookie head coach Phil Jennings felt that the hard work the Lions put in this year resulted in top 10 finishes.
In a season filled with perfection, the women's soccer team fell just one win short of a championship. A somersaulting freshman ended the College's quest for a national championship and undefeated season on Saturday.
The No. 2 ranked College lost to No. 1 Messiah College 1-0 in the NCAA Division III Championship at MacPherson Stadium at Bryan Park in Greensboro, N.
The Nov. 9 issue of The Signal reported in "Cop Shop" that Campus Police, "observed a male student crawling across Metzger Drive." Apparently, when the officers questioned the student, he said that he "drank too much beer at the Sigma Pi house."
Few things rile me up about this campus, but events like this should not be allowed to pass under the radar.
If you're like me then you spend most of your time sitting around, thinking how everything other people do is completely wrong.
You do this because you know that you are absolutely right.
Everything other people do falls under this judgemental gaze, especially when it comes to sex.
College students, nonprofit executives and philanthropists came together at a conference on Nov. 16 to learn strategies for success in the nonprofit business sector.
"Partnerships that Change Society: A Professional Conference" was sponsored by The Support Center for Nonprofit Management and the Bonner Center for Civic and Community Engagement at the College, and held on campus in Forcina Hall.
The School of Nursing at the College has teamed up with Thomas Jefferson University's (TJU) College of Health Professions and the School of Nursing at the University of Delaware (UD) to offer a neonatal nurse practitioner education program to those in the tri-state area.
Four women were killed in a major car crash Nov. 25 on Route 29, just north of Lower Ferry Road in Ewing.
According to the Star-Ledger, Antionette and Shanna Miller, 20 and 21, of Ewing, Latonya Woodley, 22, their cousin, also of Ewing, and Amanda Amison, 18, of Trenton died in the accident.
On Wednesday, the Student Finance Board (SFB) fully funded two requests from the College Union Board (CUB) to hold its annual Welcome Back Weekend Concert and to attend the National Association of Campus Activities (NACA) conference in February.
CUB was previously allocated $7,500 for its other Welcome Back weekend events in January, but wanted an additional $2,750 to invite the band Mae, a group that Kajal Vora, director of finance for CUB, called "happy punk," to perform.
An amendment allowing students to introduce legislation to the Student Government Association (SGA) general body was passed unanimously at the Nov. 16 SGA meeting.
The amendment, proposed by Senator at-Large Ravi Kaneriya, would require a student to get 100 signatures from full-time students before introducing the legislation.
On Saturday, Oct. 29, at 8:15 a.m., Campus Police was dispatched to Eickhoff Hall on a report of an unconscious person.
An officer reported that he had received an anonymous call stating that there was a male student sleeping near the exit door since 3:30 a.