Changes to program policy proposed in fora

May 3, 2016 Megan Kelly 0

The Committee on Academic Programs (CAP) held a series of fora in room 230 of the Social Sciences Building on Tuesday, April 26, to discuss recently proposed changes to the College’s Program Approval Policy, Graduate Certificate Programs, the Undergraduate Internship Policy and the Change of Major Policy. […]

Retired detective talks gangs’ impact on schools

April 26, 2016 Signal Contributor 0

Messina, now retired and serving a second term on the Ewing Township Board of Education, spent 26 years as a law enforcement officer. During that time, he said he watched gang activity explode across New Jersey’s urban centers. That is why the College’s Student New Jersey Education Association (SNJEA) reached out to Messina, who lectured in room 115 of the Education Building on the evening of Wednesday, April 20. […]

College alumnus, former Signal editor wins Pulitzer

April 26, 2016 Tom Ballard 0

Alumnus James Queally (’09) found out on Monday, April 18, that he and the staff of the Los Angeles Times were being awarded the Pulitzer Prize in breaking news coverage. The staff won the honor for the newspaper’s coverage of the San Bernardino shootings that took place in San Bernardino, Calif., on Wednesday, Dec. 2. […]

Open forum held to discuss student conduct

April 26, 2016 Alex Kooistra 0

Sexual harassment is an issue that affects people around the world, including students at the College. Communication studies Professor Susan Ryan, who serves as the chair of the Committee on Student and Campus Community, organized two open fora to discuss changes to Title IX — a policy that examines sexual assault on campuses and how colleges can address it — and the Student Conduct Code. […]

Former history professor discusses book

April 26, 2016 Signal Contributor 0

Daniel W. Crofts, a former history professor at the College, held a student panel discussion on his book, “Lincoln and the Politics of Slavery: The Other 13th Amendment and the Struggle to Save the Union,” on Thursday, April 21, in room 106 of Loser Hall. […]

Chapter of Phi Mu Alpha returns

April 26, 2016 Morgan Lubner 0

With the return of spring, the foliage and flowers are not the only things coming back to life on campus. The College’s chapter of Phi Mu Alpha, a specialized music fraternity, was rechartered on Sunday, April 3.

IMM majors win Polansky Fellowship

April 26, 2016 Signal Contributor 0

Junior interactive multimedia (IMM) majors Chris Lundy and Ryan Laux both received the Polansky Fellowship. The grant will be used to fund two basic filming and editing seminars led by the duo that will be available for both the College and Trenton, N.J., communities. […]

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