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NJ Music Fest now free

March 28, 2007 Candida DeFonseca 0

After sluggish ticket sales, the College Union Board (CUB) and the Student Finance Board have decided to make tickets to Friday’s New Jersey Music Festival free for College students.

The tickets, which were $15, will be limited to two per ID and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. […]

Black tie optional at ‘Dress Code’ art gallery exhibition

March 28, 2007 Kristen Lord 0

The College Art Gallery is presenting “Dress Code,” an exhibition of works by three emerging artists.

For the exhibit, the artists abandoned the traditional perception of art and replaced it with performance and public intervention.

“Dress Code” presents a different view of clothing, emphasizing the social and emotional impact of clothing on today’s society. […]

Concert offers campus a taste of jazz

March 28, 2007 Lindsey Borda 0

Kendall Hall was filled with music, applause and entertainment on Friday night as the TCNJ Jazz Band performed its spring concert to an enthusiastic and appreciative audience.

TCNJ Jazz Band, a product of a course offered at the College, is comprised of approximately 20 members representing the sections of trumpet, trombone, saxophone and rhythm. […]

Unprofessionalism continues in mainstream media

March 28, 2007 Lauren Kohout 0

As journalists, we respect certain rules above all else. First, don’t lie or fabricate. Second, be unbiased when reporting. Finally, do not speculate; only report the facts.

Our neighboring “professional” paper, The Times of Trenton, has chosen to ignore two of these rules. […]


March 28, 2007 Signal Editorial Staff 0

Senior Week veteran: fight for your rights

What ever happened to student dissent? During my four years at the College, my friends and I endured several ludicrous penalties for violating school policy.

One friend was placed on probation after committing an arsenal of ghastly offenses including watching TV with his door open (noise violation), drinking alcohol in the presence of minors (alcohol violation) and placing a drawer above his bed (some sort of strange furniture-propping violation). […]

National Lampoon’s Sports Minute or So

March 21, 2007 Signal Editorial Staff 0

By Steve Hofstetter, Cody Marley, Rich Ragains, Elliot Steingart and Chris Strait

Boxer Omar Nino Romero became the first fighter ever to be suspended by the Nevada commission for methamphetamine. Although Romero was given the chance to defend himself, he could not sit still long enough to do so. […]

Lions swat Hornets

March 21, 2007 Michelle Martin 0

Timely hitting and solid pitching led the softball team to a 5-1 record over spring break. The Lions traveled to the College of Staten Island for its season opener before traveling to Salem, Va., for the Ferrum Invitational.

The Lions wrapped up Spring Break on Sunday with a doubleheader sweep of the Shenandoah University Hornets and hosted the Ferrum College Panthers. […]

Lions enjoy an All-American pool party

March 21, 2007 Kaitlin Hamilton 0

The Lions collected one All-America citation and five All-America honorable mentions at the 2007 NCAA Division III Championships hosted by the University of Houston. The men’s team finished in 16th place while the women’s team finished 41st overall.

Senior diver Lee Swanson opened the competition on March 8, with a score of 355. […]

Lions defuse Bombers

March 21, 2007 Kevin Gilligan 0

Both the men’s and women’s tennis teams claimed 9-0 victories against the Ithaca College Bombers on March 9 in what is quickly becoming a spring season to remember.

The men’s team, ranked No. 10 in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Northeast Region, improved to a 6-0 record. […]

Lions banish the Devils

March 21, 2007 Sal Peloro 0

The College’s women’s lacrosse team picked up where it left off last season with a 13-6 home victory over the Fairleigh Dickinson University (FDU)-Florham Devils on March 9 in its season opener.

The Lions are ranked No. 1 in the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association NCAA Division III preseason poll after winning the Division III National Championship last season. […]

Wish Granted: Lion a Globetrotter

March 21, 2007 Justin Jez 0

Countless children dream of turning their love for a sport into a professional career. Graduate Derick Grant is one of the fortunate and talented few that turned his dream of playing basketball for a living into reality.

When Grant was 7 years old his father took him to see the world-famous Harlem Globetrotters. […]

Lions Around the Dorm

March 21, 2007 Signal Editorial Staff 0

We’re heading into the stretch run for the end of this semester. For our first Around the Dorm after Spring Break, we predict the winner of March Madness, Lions spring sports and the No. 1 pick in the NFL Draft. The contestants this week are Signal sports editor Brandon Lee, Signal nation & world editor James Queally and correspondent Adam Mamawala. […]

Five Lions achieve All-American honors

March 21, 2007 copress 0

The College was “seeing stars and stripes” in Terre Haute, Ind., at the 2007 NCAA Division III Indoor Track & Field Championships, as five Lions earned All-America honors.

Junior Brian Kopnicki led the way by taking home two All-America citations.

Kopnicki earned an individual merit by placing seventh in the one-mile run with a time of 4:13. […]

Lions Swing into Spring

March 21, 2007 Justin Jez 0

While a late winter storm blew over New Jersey, the College’s baseball team battled the heat in Phoenix on its way to an 8-3 record during its spring training visit to Arizona.

The trip out west saw the No. 4 ranked Lions outscore their opponents 115-71 and tally double-digit run totals on six different occasions. […]

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