Jazz Ensemble takes trip back in time

April 10, 2018 Signal Contributor 0

An impressive crowd assembled in the Kendall Hall Main Stage Theater on Friday, April 7, for the Jazz Ensemble’s annual spring performance. From nostalgic swing-era tunes to placid hard bop ballads, the concert recreated the sounds of a big band in the golden era of jazz. […]

Celebrities unqualified for presidency

April 9, 2018 Signal Contributor 0

Ever since the outcome of the controversial 2016 presidential election, Democrats have become desperate for any rising voice that can quell concerns over liberal issues in the U.S. When Oprah Winfrey gave an awe-inspiring speech at the 2018 Golden Globes in support of the “Me Too” movement, people were already in support of her running in the 2020 election. […]

Camp CUB offers students nostalgic fun

April 9, 2018 Signal Contributor 0

Students passing by Green Lawn on Thursday, April 5, were treated to an escape back to simpler times, with summer camp-themed snacks, crafts and a rock climbing wall at “Camp CUB,” which was hosted by the College Union Board as part of its Nooner series. […]

‘Tattooed and Educated’ comedian overcomes adversity

April 3, 2018 Signal Contributor 1

Comedian and storyteller Chris Smith wasted no time diving into his reasons for standing in front of an audience filled with students and professors –– some who knew him, some who had never met him. Smith currently serves as the departmental secretary in the College’s criminology department, but has a complicated past. […]

Baseball on 11-game winning-streak

April 3, 2018 Signal Contributor 0

The baseball team seemingly leaves the diamond with a win after every game this season.

On March 27, the Lions defeated Widener University, 5-4, at George Ackerman Park. The team then prevailed over Haverford College, 4-3, at home on Wednesday, March 28. The following Saturday, March 31, the Lions traveled up to Newark, New Jersey where they played a doubleheader against Rutgers University-Newark and won both games, 12-0 and 7-3. […]

Harassment reactions reveal double standard

March 27, 2018 Signal Contributor 0

Katy Perry, one of three judges on ABC’s “American Idol” reboot, has recently made headlines due to a property dispute with Californian nuns. This scandal overshadowed an instance of sexual misconduct on Perry’s part during the show’s pre-recorded auditions. […]

Guest speakers discuss obesity stigma

March 27, 2018 Signal Contributor 0

The College’s Schools of Science, Business and Nursing, Health, and Exercise Science teamed up with global health care company Novo Nordisk to present the third seminar, “The Biology of Obesity and its Management,” of the four-part lecture series “Understanding Obesity: A Multidisciplinary Challenge” in the Education Building on March 20. […]

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