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Princeton hosts “How to convince people to invest with you”

February 20, 2020 Conrad Malinowski 0

Watch out New York City — New Jersey is quickly becoming the new hotbed for ground-breaking and cutting-edge ideas. The newly-founded Innovation & Entrepreneurship Council of the Mercer Princeton Chamber of Commerce is bringing together startups, entrepreneurs, educational institutions and funding organizations to drive and support economic growth right here in the greater Princeton Area. […]

Students shouldn’t be afraid to explore new opportunities

February 19, 2020 Liya Davidov 0

College is the time for exploring who you are and who you want to be. The best way to figure that out is by putting yourself out there and pushing your limits. I knew that when I came to the College, I wanted to take advantage of every opportunity and experience I could, and so far, I’ve done just that. One organization I’ve surprised myself in joining is All College Theater. […]

Scientists resurrect long-extinct plants

February 18, 2020 Anandita Mehta 0

Amidst global warming and climate change, the earth is losing many animal and plant species, with the United Nations reporting that more species are facing extinction today than ever before. Protecting these extinct species often comes in the form of protecting their environments and natural habitats, but scientists stumbled upon another way to revive extinct plant species — growing trees from seeds that are 2000 years old. […]

Protests over pipeline disrupt Canada

February 18, 2020 Ian Krietzberg 0

Facing the construction of a natural gas pipeline in British Columbia, members of indigenous groups and their allies have begun blockading Canadian railways to prevent construction, resulting in the suspension of passenger and commercial rails across much of the country, according to CNN. […]

Lions’ winning streak stretches to 5 games

February 17, 2020 Ann Brunn 0

With a 13-4 record in the New Jersey Athletic Conference, the men’s basketball team has earned a first-round bye in the conference tournament, which will begin on Saturday, Feb. 22. With the College tied for first place with Stockton University, the seedings for the tournament will not be made final until the end of regular season play on Wednesday, Feb. 19. However, the Lions will be hosting one of the semifinal games on Wednesday, Feb. 26, in Packer Hall. […]

Baseball world erupts amid Astros cheating scandal

February 17, 2020 Signal Contributor 0

Baseball fans, players, executives and owners are only among some of those who are astonished about the ongoing Houston Astros cheating scandal. The Houston Astros, one of baseball’s best teams over the past few years, having already been found guilty of cheating in 2017, have been accused of cheating again during the 2017-2019 season. […]

Vital Signs: What’s the tea with matcha?

February 17, 2020 Victoria Giardina 0

Before heading to your classes, you may desire a delicious dash of caffeine from drinks like coffee or tea. Some people are fans of green tea (which has great nutritional benefits, according to Heathline), but recently, the caffeine craze is centered around matcha. What’s the tea with matcha? Here are the benefits of this trendy and healthy drink. […]

SG talks new resolutions, fundraisers

February 17, 2020 Signal Contributor 0

On Wednesday Feb. 12, Student Government members discussed policies regarding previously incarcerated employees and students at the College, in addition to the impeachment of general body members at their meeting in the Decker Social Space. […]

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