Last year’s Bible Believers protest brought out some of the College’s most passionate students, counter-protesting the homophobic and misogynistic outcries of the moneygrubbing trolls who were begging to get assaulted and sue someone […]
Earlier this month, more than 82,000 fans packed a sold-out Metlife stadium to watch the professional wrestling extravaganza known as Wrestlemania, according to WWE.com. The 35th edition of WWE’s biggest annual event was lengthy, clocking […]
The debate over abortion rights is arguably one of the biggest dividing conflicts facing our country today. Unfortunately, the College’s campus community is evidently not immune to the drama surrounding the pro-life versus prochoice binary. […]
The two-letter word has been used countless times on hats, banners and in many advertisements promoting the inclusivity the College has been striving for throughout this past year. Now, the College’s “Hi” campaign has been promoted both on and off campus since the College officially launched its new public relations campaign earlier this month. […]
As the College begins its recovery process from a rather tumultuous year, The Signal sat down with College President Kathryn Foster to assess how she has been processing her first year so far and what her hopes are for the rest of the semester. […]
The College’s School of Education welcomed 275 students from Joyce Kilmer Middle School and Luis Munoz-Rivera Middle School to the brick building-lined campus for its second annual Trenton Middle Schoolers Day on April 10.
The Traditions lounge, which was bustling with noise and conversation, was filled with an audience that was ready to enjoy a night of laughter at the Stand Up Comedy Society’s Open Mic Night on Friday, April 12 at 8 p.m. […]
Music burst through the air during the Jazz Ensemble’s performance on Saturday, April 13 at 8 p.m. in Kendall Hall. The ensemble, directed by Assistant Director of Music Gary Feinberg, opened with “Strike up the Band” […]