Poster sale supports student radio station

September 18, 2018 Signal Contributor 0

In search of the final touch to make their dorms feel like home, students flocked to the Brower Student Center on Tuesday, Sept. 11 and Wednesday, Sept. 12 for to purchase posters, magnets and stickers during the annual poster sale hosted by College’s radio station, WTSR 91.3 FM. […]

Student organizations face fundraising policy changes

September 17, 2018 Signal Contributor 0

The Office of Student Involvement and the Office of Student Affairs have developed new policies for recognized student organizations this academic year, including the requirement to fundraise solely through the Student Finance Board, the restriction of using Venmo during any transaction in a fundraiser and restrictions on selling food during fundraisers.
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Residence halls need improvements

September 11, 2018 Signal Contributor 0

It is an undeniable fact that the College has had many physical improvements in our academic facilities under the leadership of former College President R. Barbara Gitenstein. After all, during her first year as president, the College announced its plan to have all newly built or recently renovated academic buildings by the 2004-2005 academic year, according to the September 7, 1999 issue of The Signal. However, such quick advancement has yet to be mirrored in the residence halls. […]

Hate speech laws start dangerous slope

September 11, 2018 Signal Contributor 0

The Supreme Court has ruled on several occasions that hate speech, at least in a legal context, does not exist. Any speech excluding libel and words that directly incite  violence or public harm is protected by the First Amendment. Recently, however, some on the political left are advocating for “hate speech laws.” […]

Indie band turns frowns upside down

September 4, 2018 Signal Contributor 0

When the New Jersey-based band took the stage, band members Calvin Langman and Luke Davis, were joined by Graham Orbe, who filled in for their original guitarist Ross Monteith, who broke his arm and could not play. Monteith still came to the concert, however, to support his fellow band members. […]

Electricity exhibit inspires young scientists

September 4, 2018 Signal Contributor 0

The Sarnoff Collection hosted “It’s Electrifying!,” a hands-on electricity demonstration for children ages 6 to 10 in Roscoe West Hall on Sunday, Sept. 2. The event showcased the presence of electricity in everyday objects in an effort to foster an early interest in science among children. […]

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