Broken dishwasher ruins Eickhoff dinner plans

December 6, 2006 Michelle McGuinness 0

The dishwasher in Eickhoff Hall is in need of repair, but the process has been stalled because of the high cost of replacing the worn down machine.

In the Student Government Association (SGA) column of the Nov. 29 Signal, Meagan Terry, dining services liaison, said the 14-year-old dishwasher has been broken for two weeks. […]

Bottoms up!

December 6, 2006 Signal Editorial Staff 0

The College commenced with the draining of Lake Ceva in mid-November. The lake is being drained so that the College can repair damage to the dam accrued over many years. The repairs are mandated by the State Department of Environmental Protection. […]

No alcohol in towers turns Senior Week into senior weak

December 6, 2006 Jake Remaly 0

Senior Week, a three-day program traditionally held at the end of the Spring semester as a last hurrah for seniors, might be called off this year because of a new administrative policy that bans alcohol from Travers and Wolfe halls during the program, and an increase in ticket price due to budget cuts. […]

Fiocco lawyer’s hide-and-seek tip disputed

The tip about a game of hide-and-seek provided to state police by Glenn Zeitz, the lawyer for the family of John Fiocco Jr., has been contradicted by a student who says he provided the information that led Zeitz to contact investigators.

“Mainly what happened was the lawyer taking what I said, only one part of what I said, and running with it,” the student, who wished to remain anonymous, said. […]

Ask Kayy

December 6, 2006 Signal Editorial Staff 0

Dear Kayy,

Even though finals should be keeping me too busy to even think about relationships, I’m so preoccupied with my ex. We haven’t been serious since high school, but it seems that every time I’m home for the holidays I stray back to him. He was my first love, but to be honest, he’s a jerk, and everyone gets pissed at me for hooking up with him over Winter Break, but I can’t help it! I get so lonely over the holidays being single, which I have been for the past few, and all I want to do is run back to him, even though every time I just get hurt. […]

Historical neighborhood celebrates holiday tradition

December 6, 2006 Matt Stambaugh 0

Raul Valcarcel congregates his guests in his living room and draws their attention to his antique Victrola phonograph. When the needle is placed on the record, the soothing sounds of a vintage recording of “Auld Lang Syne” fill the room and blend with the delicious aroma of chocolate chip cookies baking in the kitchen. […]

Choir and Ensemble hit high notes in concert

December 6, 2006 Sarah B. Oldfield 0

The TCNJ Choir and Women’s Ensemble performed to a packed Mildred and Ernest E. Mayo Concert Hall at its December concert on Saturday.

The audience, made up of friends and family members of the performers, seemed to be ready for an evening to put them in the holiday spirit. […]

Winter flicks have ‘Prestige’

December 6, 2006 Danielle Tararuj 0

“Babel”

4 out of 5 stars

Directed by: Alejandro González I?árritu

Starring: Brad Pitt, Cate Blanchett, Adriana Barraza, Gael Garc?a Bernal and Rinko Kikuchi.

The Tower of Babel was built by a united humanity to reach the heavens. Because the hearts of men are inherently evil and disobedient, they strived to make a name for themselves instead of worshipping the God who created them. […]

Clipse isn’t ‘shy’ about forceful hip-hop

December 6, 2006 Chris Kubak 0

Clipse

“Hell Hath No Fury”

3.5 out of 5 stars

The brothers Malice and Pusha T from Virginia, otherwise known as Clipse, have certainly benefited from their association with the Neptunes over the years.

After all, their friendship with Pharrell Williams was one of the big reasons that they got a record deal in the first place. […]

Singer/Actor Sengin lets her voice be heard

December 6, 2006 James Queally 25

“I started singing around the same time I began speaking.”

The life of Jennifer Sengin, senior secondary education/music major, has seemingly always revolved around music. After her recent performance as Rosina Daintymouth, the child-eating witch in Lyric Theatre’s presentation of “Hansel and Gretel,” Sengin took some time to talk to The Signal about her lifelong love affair with singing, her opinions on the opera in general and her plans for life after college. […]

Chorale calls in the holidays

December 6, 2006 Sharon Tharp 0

The lights dimmed as the TCNJ Chorale opened its holiday concert on Sunday night to a packed audience in the Mildred and Ernest E. Mayo Concert Hall.

Friends, parents and siblings came out to see the 34 members of the chorale sing six pieces by a variety of composers. […]

Teens get physical in Broadway production

December 6, 2006 Candida DeFonseca 0

With Winter Break fast approaching, those of you who aren’t working for the man might need something to do. While you could hang out at the local diner until 4 a.m., you could also grab a few friends and spend an evening having some cultured fun in New York City watching a Broadway play. […]

Wii! Which console do you want under your tree?

December 6, 2006 James Queally 0

Sega Dreamcast. Nintendo GameCube. Playstation One. Every year, another video game system is rendered obsolete as the holiday season ushers in a new wave of state-of-the-art consoles. This year, both Sony and Microsoft will look to capitalize on recent success as they release upgrades to their popular Xbox and Playstation systems, while Nintendo tries to make a big splash with its innovative new wireless console, the Wii. […]

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