Vital Signs: Heart-healthy habits

February 26, 2019 Anna Kellaher 0

February is American Heart Month, which is a campaign sponsored by the American Heart Association. For young adults, heart health may seem like a distant worry. However, the habits that you form now can impact your heart health for the rest of your life.
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SFB funds Black Excellence Ball, summer retreat

February 26, 2019 Signal Contributor 0

The Student Finance Board fully funded two organizations and partially funded two more at its meeting on Thursday, Feb. 21 at 8:30 p.m. Lucy Brice, a senior finance major, presented an event on behalf of the Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority. The event does not have an official name yet, but the […]

Journalist discusses French history beat

February 25, 2019 Signal Contributor 0

Exploding bombs shook the soldiers’ underground haven as mustard gas seeped through small openings. Breathing through gas masks, they covered their skin as much as possible in order to prevent deadly reactions to the chemicals. Unsure when the war would end, knowing they could die […]

Athlete reflects on Black History Month

February 25, 2019 Signal Contributor 0

The Black Student Union sponsored an event on Feb. 19 at 12:30 p.m. in the Brower Student Center Room 100 to host Bonnie St. John, a three-time Paralympic skiing medalist, who spoke to a room full of faculty, students and the local community about the importance of black history. […]

AVI spreads awareness of toxic masculinity

February 19, 2019 Signal Contributor 0

The College’s Anti-Violence Initiatives held a workshop in the Social Sciences Building on Feb. 13 to discuss the meaning of toxic masculinity. The psychology department and the women’s, gender, and sexuality studies department co-sponsored the event.
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SG resolution supports sexual assault survivors

February 19, 2019 Alex Shapiro 0

Student Government approved a new club, introduced a new bill and debated on a resolution during its meeting on Feb. 13.

SG began its weekly general body meeting by welcoming Sean Stallings, the interim vice president of student affairs. Stallings urged students to email him questions or concerns that they may have regarding the processes surrounding student affairs. […]

Panel addresses national addiction crisis

February 19, 2019 Nicole Viviano 0

It all started with a hike in the woods, a knee injury and the surgery that followed. Like many who endure serious procedures, the pain afterward can be excruciating. This too was the case for Ryan Hampton, who found that his prescribed pain medication was his only relief. It was not long before he found himself slowly becoming addicted. […]

SFB funds club trips, musical production

February 19, 2019 Signal Contributor 0

The Student Finance Board fully funded four events, partially funded two more and withheld funding for another at its meeting on Feb. 13.

The TCNJ Italian Club and the French Club proposed funds for their respective field trips. The Italian Club is planning to visit Eataly, an Italian marketplace, in New York City and the French Club hopes to make a trip to the Philadelphia Museum of Art. […]

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