Vital Signs: Soaking in vitamin D

September 21, 2019 Signal Contributor 0

It’s now fall, and the brisk and breezy afternoons with limited sun exposure makes it much harder to get an adequate amount of vitamin D. While you may consider picking up vitamin D supplements at the grocery store, here are foods and healthy alternatives to obtain enough of the nutrient in an all-natural way. […]

Campus Police responds to microwave fire

September 18, 2019 Jennifer Somers 0

On Aug. 30 at approximately 11:27 p.m., Campus Police was dispatched to Townhouses West on a report of a microwave fire. The police met with the student manager of residential operations, a housing assistant, a community adviser on duty, and the residents. […]

Students should join more extracurricular activities

September 18, 2019 Muhammad Siddiqui 0

Now that we are a couple of weeks into the semester, most students are beginning to feel the brunt of their coursework. For some, getting back into the routine of balancing work for classes and other commitments has become second nature. However, for others, the freshman class in particular, this adjustment period may be unfamiliar. Looking back at my own experience freshman year, there are definitely some things I would have done differently. […]

CRC advocates for recovery, alliance

September 17, 2019 Richard Miller 0

For many students, college brings a lot of firsts — living on their own, buying and cooking for themselves or the first time they go to party. For the latter, they may be exposed to alcohol or drugs, which can lead to substance use disorder and leave students wondering where to turn for help. […]

Martinez makes waves with new album, film

September 17, 2019 James Mercadante 1

On Sept. 6, Martinez returned with her sophomore album and visual feature film, “K-12,” a bright, pastel paradise occupied with the most dismal, underlying meanings. The 90-minute musical film and album, written and directed by Martinez, can almost act as two separate entities, but are both relative to each other. […]

Lions remain flawless

September 17, 2019 Seva Galant 0

The women’s field hockey team traveled to Central Valley, Pennsylvania, on Sept. 10 to face off against DeSales University, and managed to produce its third consecutive victory. […]

Exhibit puts New York scientists in spotlight

September 17, 2019 Signal Contributor 0

Featuring an inspiring and experience-emphasized discussion panel, the College’s Citizen/Art Exhibition allowed artists to showcase their creations and careers to students and members of the Ewing community in the Art and Interactive Multimedia Building’s art gallery on Sept. 11. […]

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