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Bands battle for musical dominance in T/W

February 25, 2009 Katie Brenzel 0

WTSR hosted its annual Battle of the Bands Friday in the Travers and Wolfe lounge, awarding the band Honah Lee the first-place prize of free recording time at R&M Music Studios in Langhorne, Pa. The event introduced a myriad of musical genres, kick-starting the night with the sounds of Seven Second Delay. […]

In support of the facts

February 25, 2009 Signal Editorial Staff 0

It would seem College students continue to actively buck their apathetic label.

In the fallout of Mike Tracey’s arrest, hundreds of students, alumni, professors and outside supporters have rushed to his defense. Tracey, the vice president of the College Democrats and junior political science major, was arrested at Ann Coulter’s Feb. […]

This Week In Sports

February 18, 2009 Signal Editorial Staff 0

Game of the Week: Swimming

Both the men’s and women’s swimming teams will be competing in the Metropolitan Conference Championships (METS) this weekend. The meets begin on Friday as both teams will try to perform as well in the championships as they have all season. […]

Lions around the dorm

February 18, 2009 Signal Editorial Staff 0

It’s a rematch of Week One’s epic battle as last week’s dominant force, Pat Lavery, has whipped up a fresh bowl of questions for our contestants. Staff writers Mike O’ Donnell and Brandon Lee will go to war against sports assistant Garrett Rasko-Martinis for Week-Five prowess. […]

Throwing their weight around

February 18, 2009 Jodi Price 0

The track and field team competed at the Rider/Lafayette Invitational at the famous 168th Street Armory in New York City on Friday and the Valentine’s Invitational at Boston University Sunday. They once again shined at both meets, adding even more qualifying marks for the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC). […]

A green and gold career untarnished

February 18, 2009 copress 0

Remember last March, when Green Bay Packer icon Brett Favre said he was mentally tired and was done with pro football? His emotional face was seen across television stations and newspaper front pages. Many saw this coming, and all the coverage Favre received was his last hoorah as he rode off into the sunset as arguably the most prolific quarterback in NFL history. […]

Back on track: Lions snap losing streak, outshoot Profs

February 18, 2009 James Queally 0

They could have done things the easy way or the hard way.

But after the men’s basketball team dropped an 83-77 decision to the previously winless Rutgers-Camden Scarlet Raptors, the Lions found themselves in a must-win situation Saturday at home against fellow playoff contender Rowan University. […]

‘Ice’ing on the cake

February 18, 2009 Bobby Olivier 0

He knows everyone. Every name that I could possibly throw at him. High school wrestlers with whom I graduated, some I had known, some I had not. Coaches I had interviewed before. Coaches I had not even spoken to but knew were associated with my high school wrestling program. […]

Collapse of Republican Party is dangerous for America

February 18, 2009 Matt Brinn 0

Over the past few weeks, in an attempt to appear relevant, House Republicans banded together to vote down President Barack Obama’s stimulus package. After four straight years of heavy losses, however, the move became nothing more than a symbol of the GOP’s imminent collapse. […]

New Administration Should Relax Drug Laws

February 18, 2009 Mike Tracey 0

Although the economy dominates our political dialogue, now is as good a time as ever to step back and evaluate which issues the new administration should be addressing in the coming months. From health care to energy reform, Afghanistan to Gaza, President Barack Obama has assumed office at a time of unprecedented complexity and is tasked with finding solutions to problems that have no clear antidotes. […]

Israel-Palestine conflict long-standing

February 18, 2009 Brianna Gunter 0

Nagesh Rao, assistant professor of English, gave a lecture titled “From Palestine to Afghanistan: The Shape of Things to Come” on Feb. 11.

The lecture discussed the current issues in both countries and U.S. involvement with each.

The primary focal point, however, was on the long-lasting conflict between Palestine and the state of Israel. […]

Construction site-scalers arrested for trespassing

February 18, 2009 Katie Brenzel 0

Campus Police received a call from a security officer requesting assistance on report of suspicious individuals in the construction area of the Art and Interactive Multimedia Building at 2:10 a.m. on Feb. 11.

The security officer informed the responding officer that he had seen the silhouettes of two males on the top area of the construction site. […]

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