Two Campus Police officers were on vehicle patrol near the Green Lane entrance to the College at 1:45 a.m. on Saturday, April 21, when they spotted a vehicle parked in the roadway. They saw a woman sitting in the passenger’s side backseat with the door open and her head outside, vomiting. […]
The Student Finance Board (SFB) voted to fully fund the upcoming Finals Fest, sponsored by the Student Government Association (SGA), at its latest meeting.
Finals Fest, scheduled for May 7, will be held outside near Brower Student Center, the New Library and the T/W beach. […]
Though the April 24 meeting of the Board of Trustees was announced as the annual tuition hearing, students won’t know how much tuition and fees will be until July 10. Instead, the presentation was a report on the state of the College’s finances and how the College is looking to spend its money next year and in the future. […]
The contract of Pamela Mirabelli, current fraternity and sorority affairs coordinator, is set to expire June 30. Mirabelli, who was brought on as a one-year replacement for former fraternity and sorority affairs coordinator John Stout, will not have her contract with the College renewed. […]
The sisters of Zeta Phi Beta represented the College Sunday morning at the annual March of Dimes Mercer County WalkAmerica at Mercer County Park.
Zeta Phi Beta participates in the five-mile walk, which focuses on awareness and prevention of premature birth, every year. […]
Some colleges and universities have federally-mandated exit counseling workshops conducted by representatives of loan companies, according to The New York Times article published last Saturday. However, exit counseling is done differently at the College.
Exit counseling is required by the Department of Education for all graduating college seniors who are paying their tuition with loans. […]
Guest speaker Nicky Sheats looked to his audience for opinions and ideas on urban environmental issues at the third and final installment of the Water Watch-sponsored Interdisciplinary Lecture Series on Global Environmental Issues called “Closer to Home: Global Warming at the Intersection of Civil Rights and Environmentalism” at the College last Wednesday. […]
The Signal counts down the best news stories of the past year. The articles were judged on magnitude of their effect on the campus comminity.
A False Lead
At the beginning of the year, the campus was shocked to hear that Ewing police was following up on a new lead in the case of College freshman John Fiocco Jr. […]
She’s written dozens of columns in the past year-and-a- half and answered questions you wouldn’t dare ask your closest friends. You’ve read her articles every week and you’ve always wondered, “Who is she?” As she gets ready to begin the next chapter in her life and pass on her column to a new advice guru, Kayy has finally decided to reveal a bit about herself, her plans for the future and (of course) leave you with some parting words of wisdom. […]
Last Monday, Ed@TCNJ, an organization for aspiring magazine editors, capped off the year with its final program: a panel titled “Women’s Magazines: Mixing Style and Substance for Every Woman.” The three panelists were female magazine editors from some of the nation’s top women’s magazines. […]
Each year, a student who shows enthusiasm for community service and the ability to encourage the same in others is named Outstanding Student Leader of the Year. This year, Neil Hartmann Jr. was chosen out of 52 nominees to receive the honor.
In a press release, the College listed the criteria for the award as “the ability to motivate others, well- developed communication skills, a demonstrated commitment to improving the College community, strong academic performance, leadership in student organizations and service to others. […]
I put off writing my goodbye until the last possible minute, probably because I don’t want to face graduation and don’t like writing about myself. But, with my classes finished and the last Signal on the stands, I guess it’s time to start saying goodbye.
First, I have to say farewell to Eickhoff, which fed me for two years and housed me for two more. […]
“Handmade 35mm: A Screening of Short Films” was held on Wednesday, April 25 in the New Library auditorium. The night featured five short films by Terry Byrne, professor of commuication studies, and his friend Roy Cross.
Before displaying the films, Byrne explained that Cross shoots his films with a 35mm camera and then processes them himself in his office. […]
The Rathskeller came alive with Latin culture last week as Uni?n Latina presented “The Beat of Nuyorican Poets.”
It was not your average poetry reading, as the event featured three well-known Nuyorican poets and an open-mic to give others an opportunity to share their work. […]