Tuesday, June 15, 2021

Alexandra Parado

College provides update on recycling process

Over the past few years, global warming and environmental change have been at the forefront of many political conversations. Most experts agree that the Earth’s temperature is rising — a phenomenon that could ultimately put human life at risk.

Alabama officer fatally shoots Army veteran

On Thanksgiving night on Nov. 22, 21-year-old Emantic Fitzgerald Bradford Jr. was shot in the face by an off-duty police officer working security at Riverchase Galleria Mall in Hoover, Alabama, according to NBC News.

Past experiences remain part of students’ identities

There comes a day when every athlete will clean their lockers one last time.

Lions end season in NCAA quarterfinal defeat

Ranked seventh by the NCAA, the Lions competed for the championship title in the NCAA Championship tournament, but could not make it past the quarterfinals.

Lions fall in final round of NJAC championship

This past week, the field hockey team participated in the New Jersey Athletic Conference Tournament as the third-seeded team in the league.

Lions hopes to end season on strong note

The men’s soccer team holds an overall record of 9-6-2 as a result of a tie against Stockton University, two wins over New Jersey City University and Brooklyn College and defeats by Stevens Institute of Technology and Montclair State University.

Field hockey breaks winning-streak, then shuts out Kean 5-0

After two losses, the team recovered with a shutout victory in a challenge against Kean University with a final score of 5-0.

Lions achieve 8-0 shutout victory

The field hockey team extended its winning-streak to six, crushing William Paterson University 8-0 at home on Saturday, Oct. 6.

Student shapes original ceramics sessions

Being turned down can be easily discouraging, but there are some people who take rejection in stride and even use it to their advantage — Irene Yoon is an example of such a person.

Peterson’s hat trick advances Lions

The Lions traveled to Salisbury, Maryland on Saturday, Sept. 22 to face Salisbury University, ranked No. 6 in the Division III field hockey group by the NCAA, and left with an astonishing victory.

Men’s soccer suffers twice in overtime

The men’s soccer team underwent two losses this week, ending its undefeated record and resuming the season with a new record of 7-2.

Messiah College breaks field hockey’s undefeated streak

The field hockey team broke its undefeated streak in Grantham, Pennsylvania when it fell to Messiah College, 4-2 on Saturday, Sept. 15.

Women’s soccer bounces back quickly from first loss

The women’s soccer team faced two opponents last week: Johns Hopkins University and Rutgers University-Newark. The Lions fell to Johns Hopkins 1-0, but prevailed against Rutgers-Newark, 4-2. Their undefeated record has been changed and they now hold a record of 3-1.

Men’s soccer adds pair of victories to winning-streak

Two games for the men’s soccer team means two wins to add on to their undefeated record of 7-0.

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