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Julie Kayzerman

Graduate continues to shine with Lions

By Julie Kayzerman Former Editor-in-Chief Eight seasons. That was the goal graduate student Erin Waller set for herself when she decided to play field hockey and lacrosse...

Team falls to Princeton University in finals

By Julie Kayzerman Former Editor-in-Chief When Jimmy Fallon’s character is sitting in the dugout in 2005’s “Fever Pitch,” a young kid leaves him behind with one...

Hockey celebrates senior players at home

By Julie Kayzerman Former Editor-in-Chief For the final time, nine seniors on the College’s ice hockey team skated on their home ice at the Louck’s ice...

Beloved director to bid farewell to College

As he prepares to leave the College, Jon Stauff can pinpoint the exact moment he became inspired to dedicate his work to giving students the opportunity to study abroad.

Mental health talks sparked in meeting

In a packed Mayo Concert Hall, students, faculty and staff at the College were asked to stand up if they agreed with the statements being read aloud. “Please stand if you have ever felt overwhelmed by everything you have to do.” The entire audience stood. “You are not alone,” said Dean of Students Angela Chong and Vice President of Student Affairs Amy Hecht alongside the tune of Sheryl Crow’s “I Shall Believe.”

100 points later, captain DiBrita remains humble

Senior forward and captain Salvatore DiBrita will never tell you about his individual accomplishments on the Lions’ ice hockey team. Instead, he’ll talk about the pride he has in his teammates, reluctant to take any personal credit for the team’s success.

Lions’ strong lineup gains momentum

Back on the ice after weeks off recovering from a concussion, freshman forward Will Dimock made the most of his return to the ice hockey team’s first offensive line. With a tied game in the third period, Dimock sniped the puck into the top left shelf of the net with just under five minutes to go as the Lions edged out Wagner University, 5-4, on Saturday, Nov. 7, at Louck’s Ice Center.

Speaker highlights China as a growing world power

By Abigail Faith Correspondent When many Americans think about China, a picture of roads teeming with countless people and overbearing manufacturing power comes to mind. However,...

Sigma Pi on interim suspension for alleged violations

By Julie Kayzerman, Colleen Murphy and Annette Espinoza Editor-in-Chief, Managing Editor and Correspondent The College has placed its chapter of Sigma Pi fraternity on interim suspension,...

Ice Hockey gains confidence despite 4-3 loss

The College’s ice hockey team didn’t leave the ice with a win on paper, but they left with much-needed confidence going forward with the rest of the season.

Day of Service honors the late Pat Donohue

By Julie Kayzerman Editor-in-Chief The legacy of beloved former Assistant Provost Pat Donohue was honored by the campus community, family and friends who gathered to participate...

Veteran Lions produce high-scoring weekend

The Lions ice hockey team is on a five-game winning streak, coming out of the weekend with two big wins over Rutgers University, 6-1, on Saturday, Oct. 17 and a 7-2 win over Seton Hall University, on Friday, Oct. 16, on home ice at the Louck’s Ice Center. The Lions are now 6-1-1 in the season.

Pfluger hits record 1,000th coaching win

By Julie Kayzerman                                          ...

Hockey pulls off the ultimate comeback

With 10 minutes left in the third period and the Lions down, 4-1 against St. Joseph’s University, coach Andrew Ducko changed his strategy.

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