October 29, 2020

Goals for the semester

August 27, 2014 Andreia Bulhao 0

By Andreia Bulhao Columnist Welcome back — or if you’re new to campus, welcome to the College! It seems like yesterday I had just kicked off my summer, and yet here we are again at […]

Tips for a healthy year

August 27, 2014 Ruchi Shah 0

By Ruchi Shah Columnist All college students can be categorized into one of two groups based on how they’ve spent their last weeks of summer: either they’ve been the outdoorsy type, spending the days lying […]

Campus Style

August 27, 2014 Heather Hawkes 0

By Heather Hawkes & Jordan Koziol Columnists  Some days, neon shirts and boisterous patterns totally make the statement you’re looking for, but when all that color gets too loud, try toning it down with an […]

Mo’ne Davis

August 26, 2014 Kevin Luo 0

Mo’ne Davis definitely made viewers at the Little League World Series rethink the phrase “throwing like a girl.” […]

Field hockey top ranked

August 26, 2014 Julie Kayzerman 0

Losing only one graduation senior last year, veterans of the women’s field hockey team have formed a close-knit bond that will be a key factor in its anticipated success in the upcoming season. […]

Pushing limits and promoting positivity

August 26, 2014 Kyle Bennion 1

Last year, the women’s tennis team was the first team in the nation to qualify for NCAA Nationals in any sport. Success is nothing new to this team. With last year being the 31st consecutive year the girls have won their conference, a pedigree has been established for this organization that is hard to match. […]

Lions look to build on past success

August 26, 2014 Matthew Bowker 0

Perhaps the best word to describe head coach Joe Russo’s women’s soccer teams is: consistent. Over Russo’s 24-year stint as head coach, the Lions have won three Division III championships, 16 NJAC conference titles, and have appeared in 23 consecutive NCAA tournaments. […]

Professor Thielker leads Afghan art project

August 26, 2014 Jonathan Edmondson 2

During the summer, some students at the College choose to study in exotic locations around the world. Some choose internships in popular cities like New York and Philadelphia, and yet others spend the hazy months right here on campus.

Students are able to collaborate with professors on special projects through a program called MUSE (Mentored Undergraduate Summer Experience). […]

Ray Rice suspension raises eyebrows

August 26, 2014 Sydney Shaw 0

By Sydney Shaw Opinions Editor The NFL’s lax two-game suspension of Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice incited outrage across the country and demands that the league crack down on players who commit misdemeanors. “You […]

Returning NJAC champions ready to go

August 26, 2014 George Tatoris 0

Both the women’s and the men’s cross country teams return this season as champions of the modestly-sized New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC). It was the women’s team’s 28th overall NJAC title and the men’s team’s 20th consecutive NJAC Championship win. But the Lions have their sights set on something far greater than paltry local success in a conference of ten schools. […]

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