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Monthly Archives: January, 2010

Help Haiti and other nations in need

The earthquake that struck Haiti on Tuesday Jan. 12 was completely devastating to the Haitian people. An estimated 111,000 lost their lives in the...

If we all donate, we can make a difference

As College students, we hold a few truths to be self-evident — class will always be at 8:30 a.m., no matter what status our...

Multiplayer gun battles save grace in post-apocalyptic “Borderlands”

By Alex Sisko Correspondent It’s tempting to go easy on "Borderlands" merely because of its genre, or lack thereof. There aren’t many first person shooting games that...

Tucker Max tonight

The votes are in and the tickets are sold. Tucker Max will be at the College tonight. After weeks of deliberation, protests and student...

Campus reacts to N.J. same-sex decision

New Jersey’s State Senate turned down a bill Thursday, Jan. 7 that would have allowed same-sex couples to wed, causing a tide of emotions...

Art and IMM building open for business

The new Art and Interactive Multimedia building is now open. According to the College’s Web site, the  building is comprised of administrative and faculty...

Campus Style

What are you wearing? I’m wearing a winter jacket and a flannel button-up with a graphic tee underneath. My pants are just a grey dress...

‘Left 4 Dead 2’ breathes new life into zombie franchise

by Alex Sisko Correspondent “Left 4 Dead 2” was the target of one of the largest fan boycotts in gaming history due to its suspiciously swift...

The Signal recalls our decade in entertainment

Just when you thought the ’oughts were over and done with, our Signal staff swiftly rounded the bases of pop culture to present you...

College gaining momentum in 2010

The College started the new year off strong in men’s swimming and diving, while the women’s team suffered its first loss of the season. The...

Lions place high in Gotham Cup

The men’s and women’s indoor track and field teams opened the new season at the New York Gotham Cup on Friday, Jan. 15. Both teams...

Lions start final stretch of the season with four straight wins

With two wins over Rutgers University, one Newark and another Camden, and a victory over Centenary College, the Lions are trying to grab every...

No. 7-ranked Lions drop first match

The Lions’ unscathed season hit a snag on Saturday, Jan. 16, as the No. 7- nationally ranked College lost it’s first dual meet of...

This Week In Sports

Men’s Basketball Jan. 20 @ Kean University, 8 p.m. Jan. 23 vs. Montclair State University, 3 p.m. Women’s Basketball Jan. 20 @ Kean University, 6 p.m. Jan. 23 Alumnae Game, 9:30 a.m. Jan. 23 vs....

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