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‘Vagina Monologues’ feature hard-hitting stories

February 25, 2015 Signal Contributor 0

The College’s Women in Learning and Leadership (WILL) presented Eve Ensler’s “The Vagina Monologues” on Feb. 20 and Feb. 22. Composed of 25 female performers, this production was originally adapted from Ensler’s play in which she interviewed over 200 women from all sizes and ethnicities asking them questions about their vaginas. At first the women were hesitant in their responses. However, as the interview continued on, they actually felt relieved to finally have an opportunity to walk about their vaginas. […]

Kaya leads a guitar master class at the College

February 25, 2015 Signal Contributor 0

Guitar students and music lovers gathered in the Mayo Concert Hall to witness a performance and master class by guitarist Celil Refik Kaya on Wednesday, Feb 18. Kaya, who recently received a Master of Music degree at the Mannes College of Music, dazzled the audience with a 40 minute concert entitled “From Anatolia to the New World.” After beginning with his own arrangement of the Turkish folk song “Köyde Sabah,” Kaya demonstrated his versatility and virtuosity as he played a number of intricate and diverse pieces with concentrated ease. Two such pieces, “Prelude” and “Celil’s Dance,” were written for Kaya by famed Argentine composer and guitarist Jorge Morel. […]

Lions look to start hot

February 25, 2015 Jessica Ganga 0

By Jessica Ganga Nation & World Editor Last year, the Lions’ baseball team came into the 2014 season strong by winning 15 out of their first 20 games, which included a 10-game winning streak. They […]

Lacrosse looks to win title

February 25, 2015 Anthony Caruso 0

By Anthony Caruso Staff Writer This Friday, Feb. 27, the College’s women’s lacrosse team will return to Lions Stadium where they will face Fairleigh Dickinson College at Florham at 4 p.m. It will be their […]

Civil engineering club is recognized by SG

February 25, 2015 Alyssa Sanford 0

By Alyssa Sanford Staff Writer The Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) club was introduced and officially recognized before the Student Government general body on Wednesday, Feb. 18. Jessica Glynn, vice president of Government Affairs, informed […]

Men’s basketball falls in playoffs

February 25, 2015 Otto Gomez 0

By Otto Gomez Staff Writer Having already clinched a playoff spot, the men’s basketball team continued to play well against Kean University on Wednesday, Feb. 18, in Packer Hall. The Lions’ 86-70 win against Kean […]

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