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Loss to Ramapo sparks Lions winning streak

January 24, 2017 Miguel Gonzalez 0

After starting the season with seven wins and three losses, the Lions carried their winning momentum into January and accumulated a five-game winning streak.

Despite winning 13 games this season, the Lions are not the hottest team in the New Jersey Athletic Conference. […]

Ranked opponents give Lions a rude awakening

January 24, 2017 Miguel Gonzalez 0

At the start of 2017, both the men’s and women’s swimming teams encountered hard competition and endured multiple losses.

After starting the season undefeated, the men’s swimming team has dropped losses against West Chester University, 172-90, John Hopkins University, 156-103 and Rowan University, 178-122. At the same time, the women’s swimming team conceded a 190-94 loss to Rowan University. […]

Lions in hunt for conference playoff spot

January 24, 2017 Signal Contributor 0

While students have been away, the Lions have been working to keep themselves in a good New Jersey Athletic Conference standing.

The Lions are currently ranked seventh in NJAC play with a 5-6 conference record. Winter break was filled with ups and downs for the team, but the highlight was handing Montclair State University its first loss of the season. Montclair was leading the NJAC with a 14-0 record and are ranked No. 8 nationally. […]

Wrestling achieves 700th program win

January 24, 2017 Miguel Gonzalez 0

The wrestling team was one of busiest teams at the College during winter break.

The Lions achieved their 700th program victory in dual meet play, finished eighth place at the Budd Whitehill Duals and won against the United States Merchant Marine Academy and the College of Mount Saint Vincent, while conceding losses to Centenary and New York universities.

The Lions traveled to Fort Wayne, Ind., on Jan. 5 to compete in the NWCA Duals meet. […]

Lack of students freezes Campus Town business

January 24, 2017 George Tatoris 0

Every year is the same. December comes around and finals week hits, the air grows colder, the nights longer and each day another cluster of students escape to the warmth of their homes, leaving an increasingly empty campus behind them. It’s higher education in hibernation.

What I learned over winter break

January 24, 2017 Mia Ingui 0

For those, like myself, who are now feeling completely overwhelmed with the concept of going back to school, waking up for the 8 a.m. class you regrettably signed up for and having to once again endure the fine dining at Eickhoff Hall, I wanted to provide some hope.

School grieves professor, activist, mentor

January 24, 2017 Elizabeth Zakaim 1

The College mourns the passing of Morton Winston, a professor of philosophy who died while on vacation in Peru on Jan. 13 at 67 years old. Winston suffered from a heart attack while walking with his family and tour group on a jungle path in Peru, according to an article written in the Baltimore Sun. Winston was a beloved professor, colleague and mentor — he leaves behind a legacy of excellence. […]

NFL and NBA winners are too predictable

January 23, 2017 Miguel Gonzalez 0

Time to watch the Super Bowl and… it’s the same teams again, isn’t it?

After the Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the Kansas City Chiefs on Jan. 15, the conference championship matchups were set with familiar teams: the Steelers vs. the New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons vs. the Green Bay Packers. […]

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