Classic Signals: Seniors balance their final semester

February 24, 2020 Liya Davidov 0

The spring semester brings colder dorm rooms, tougher courses and new challenges, making it difficult to find a balance between living in the moment and looking forward to the next break. In an Oct. 2002 issue of The Signal, the former editor-in-chief reflected on what life as a senior means in terms of balancing school work, job applications and friends. […]

Lions’ Plate: Buffalo Chicken Dip

February 24, 2020 Elizabeth Casalnova 0

While this recipe isn’t as healthy as the others I’ve shared, it is still the perfect dish to bring to a potluck with your friends or neighbors. Buffalo chicken dip is easy to make, transport and serve. It is one of my favorite things to bring when my friends and I have group dinners because everyone loves it! The recipe is ideal for busy college kids who don’t have a lot of time to spend in the kitchen. […]

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. […]

Classic Signals: Have fun without breaking the bank

February 17, 2020 Liya Davidov 0

College students often face the inner debate of what to spend their money on and when it is appropriate to dip into their savings account when their debit card is running low. With Campus Town restaurants a short walk away and apps like DoorDash and GrubHub ready to deliver at 3:30 a.m. when the cravings hit, it’s important to think about our purchasing decisions and work on creating better spending habits. […]

Lions’ Plate: Tangy Taco Salad

February 17, 2020 Elizabeth Casalnova 0

If you’re looking to pack a quick lunch or dinner on your busiest day, taco salad is a great option, as it is both simple and customizable. My recipe is more basic than others, so experiment with different vegetables, toppings and spices. This recipe tastes amazing when it is topped with homemade guacamole. You can even eat it with tortilla chips. The possibilities are endless! […]

Campus Style: Roll out of Bed

February 17, 2020 Marina Zupko 0

Since I’ve started college, there have been so many mornings when all I wanted to do was to roll out of bed and head to class in my pajamas. I’m someone who takes pride in my appearance, even if that means putting in just an ounce of effort, so I would push through the pain of getting out of bed to give myself an extra 30 minutes to pick out an outfit, straighten my hair and apply a bit of makeup. […]

tcnj_memes provides comedic outlet

February 17, 2020 Michelle Lampariello 0

Students voiced their concerns about things like construction, bureaucracy and less-than-stellar dining options long before social media paved the way for jokes to be rapidly shared with wide audiences. Reddit threads, Facebook groups and now-defunct YikYak channels have all served as platforms for students to make fun of life at the College, but in the past year, a new, more memorable space has emerged: tcnj_memes. […]

Campus Style: Affordable Designer Options

February 10, 2020 Marina Zupko 0

It is quite common for young adults to feel pressured to succumb to the latest trends. Between bags, belts and clothes, designer pieces are always regarded as iconic fashion. Although the designer look is one that young people strive for, it is something that most 20-somethings cannot afford. Despite this fact, there are still multiple ways to obtain these items without filing for bankruptcy. […]

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