For Chiefs fans, games are perpetual garbage time

November 27, 2012 Chris Molicki 0

Sitting on my couch after Thanksgiving dinner, I was hoping to watch my Cowboys defeat the Redskins and continue their run in the NFC East. However, I was greatly disappointed and angered, as they once again dug themselves into a huge hole, only to come up short in a late rally.
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Around the Dorm Playoffs 11/28

November 27, 2012 Signal Editorial Staff 0

In the semifinals of the playoffs for Around the Dorm, topics include who the Jets should get rid of in their eventual firesale, where the Blue Jays stand after an already eventful offseason, and when we will get to see hockey again. […]

Combating poverty, nations focus on goals

November 27, 2012 Signal Contributor 0

“In order to take action, you need to be aware.” This was the advice Lauren Kaplan, senior sociology and women’s and gender studies double major, gave to students who attended the “Solutions to Global Poverty — And What You Can Do” presentation. […]

SG works on EcoChallenge

November 27, 2012 Natalie Kouba 0

At the Student Government meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 14, SG announced alternative ways students can participate in Here for Home and help those affected by Hurricane Sandy. […]

Student talent entertains, mixes old and new songs

November 13, 2012 Signal Contributor 1

The College’s second student band night of the fall semester showcased a medley of talent while easing election night jitters on Tuesday, Nov. 6 in the Rathskeller. Throughout the fun-filled night, audience members clapped along to covers of familiar hits, snacked on delicious goods and expressed their patriotism. […]

Composer shows experiments in information tech

November 13, 2012 Signal Contributor 0

On Nov. 9, R. Luke DuBois visited the College to present “Sex, Lies and Data Mining” at the Mildred and Ernest E. Mayo Concert Hall. The speaker obtained a masters and a doctorate in music composition from Columbia University and currently teaches at New York University. […]

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