Sunday, March 7, 2021

Brandon Gould

Mugging and assault still a mystery

As the fall semester comes to a conclusion, there are still no updates in an assault and a mugging that involved College students at locations off campus, according to Ewing Police.

Princetonian Diner is of fair quality

The Signal sends our food reviewer to the Princetonian Diner on Route 1.

Superstitions can sometimes be the difference

Fandom brings the weirdness out of us all.

College’s season comes to disappointing end

With their national tournament hopes on the ropes, the College’s field hockey team threw every blow they had against Rowan University in the opening round of the New Jersey Athletic Conference championships on Saturday, Nov. 3.

Late surge comes up short for Lions

Despite a second-half rally, the College’s field hockey team suffered their third loss of the season against Messiah College in a tightly knit 3-2 finish.

Mugging

A male student reported being robbed by four black males in hoodies on the corner of Browning Avenue and Somerset Street on the evening of Tuesday, Oct. 16, according to an emergency alert sent out to the College community. The alleged perpetrators then fled in the direction of campus, the alert said.

‘Frankenweenie’ is certainly no ‘Nightmare’

Tim Burton has had his fair share of masterful movies, but “Frankenweenie” is not one of them.

The choice is in: Donohue

After a national search and campus visits from the candidates, the College selected John Donohue to become its vice president for college advancement, according to an email from President R. Barbara Gitenstein.

Wild playoffs shows that baseball is not dead

In most journeys, it isn’t the end that brings the most joy — it’s the road traveled that brings the excitement. In the case of Major League Baseball though, the tail end is what justifies the long, long journey.

Field hockey struggles against ranked foe

After suffering their first loss of the season to the hands of Montclair State University last week, the No. 6-ranked Lions (12-2) fell short again 2-1 on Saturday, Oct. 13, to No. 16-ranked Rowan University.

Field hockey sees winning streak end

A few days after a scoring outpour against Cabrini College, the College struggled to find an offensive groove as they watched their 24-game winning streak come to an end in a 5-1 loss to No. 10 Montclair State University on Saturday, Oct. 6.

Freshman keeps opponents out of the cage

Swiveling her head to the left, freshman goalkeeper Roisin Dougherty found herself one-on-one with a forward. Despite her opponent’s best effort, Dougherty laid her body out and made the save, sustaining a shutout in the No. 3-ranked Lions 2-0 win over Ursinus College.

Making cases for the ultimate hardware, the college football Heisman race is in full swing

This week's Cheap Seats looks at the college football Heisman favorites through the first five weeks.

Potato perfection at Pete’s Steak House

For this week's food review, News Editor Brandon Gould went to a place that he's driven past a bunch of times and always said he needed to eat at: Pete’s Steak House.

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