April 5, 2020

IT keeps an eye out for students’ computer health

April 7, 2004 Christine Brozyna 0

It’s a student’s worst nightmare – you wake up one morning to find your computer wallpapered with pop-up ads or frozen with last night’s Google search scrawled across the screen. “It’s frustration, anger and disappointment all at the same time,” Kajal Vora, junior international business major, said. […]

Meal plan change leaves underclassmen in Eickhoff

April 7, 2004 Kelly Meisberger 0

Oh dear freshman, how I pity you. And frosh-to-be, I don’t even know you and yet I feel your pain. Once again, the ingenious members of the College administration have chosen to screw you over.

Sodexho. The word already strikes fear in the heart of every College student, vegetarian and meat-eater alike. […]

Genealogy: It’s all in the family

April 7, 2004 Neeha Kandikafla 0

The presidential campaign is already getting heated and President and Republican candidate George W. Bush and Democratic candidate John Kerry are vehemently denying that they have anything in common. Their principles, their policies and their personalities are worlds apart. […]

Last Writers’ Conference marks the end of an era

April 7, 2004 Daniela Flores 0

They say that all good things must come to an end. After over two decades, the time has come to say goodbye to the College’s annual Writers’ Conference.

For the past 23 years, the Writers’ Conference has brought a great mix of personalities to the College, ranging from the most famous authors of our time to those who, although lesser known, may be just as talented, to publishers and editors. […]

‘Mystique’ of Eastern entertainment draws crowd

April 7, 2004 Daniela Flores 0

There’s no better way to learn about different cultures then by actually experiencing them. The Asian American Association (AAA) had this in mind as they put together the 11th annual Mystique of the East, which proved to be not only a night of entertainment, but also an opportunity to learn about Asian culture for all those in attendance. […]

Uni?n Latina’s charity benefits from ‘egg-ceptional’ donors

April 7, 2004 Signal Editorial Staff 0

The members of Uni?n Latina (UL) continue to carry out their dedication to helping children by collaborating with Angel’s Wings, a non-profit, volunteer-driven organization since 1999 in Trenton, N.J. that helps children in the local community.

The organization provides these children with basic items such as food, clothing and gift certificates by organizing a charity fundraiser and getting students of the College involved. […]

Thousands rally in Midtown to protest war in Iraq

March 31, 2004 Christine Brozyna 0

the invasion of Iraq, thousands gathered in the streets of New York City passionately waving signs, banging drums and shouting chants in protest of the war.

The protest, held on March 20, was the largest demonstration since Feb. 15, 2003, when over 100,000 people gathered in Midtown with calls to prevent war in Iraq. […]

Legacy of horse abuse makes the list of censored stories in 2003

March 31, 2004 Teresa Rivas 0

Women are given a number of choices today as to the medications they can to take for various health reasons, but many times are not given the information to make the wisest decision.

One of the top 25 censored stories of 2003 concerned the drug Premarin, a top-selling hormone replacement therapy (HRT), which is made from the urine of pregnant female horses (mares) and used in birth control and menopausal treatment. […]

Find love on the web

March 31, 2004 Jenise Beaman 0

Love is in the air during springtime. However, if you are still feeling lonely or you’re just tired of going to clubs and bars in search of a mate and coming up empty-handed, then online dating may be the solution for you.

The thought of going online to meet someone can seem scary and even appear desperate. […]

Chinese language is art

February 11, 2004 Jenise Beaman 0

“Framed Character,” a book about Chinese writing authored by Arnold Au and illustrated by Fanky Chak, is an attempt to develop a deeper understanding of the words and writings of the Chinese language.

The book connects the meaning of words from the Chinese culture to the symbolic representations of the English culture. […]

What does Valentine’s mean to you?

February 11, 2004 copress 0

People, there is a monster lurking around this campus. Unlike his compatriots he does not have superhuman strength or the ability to breathe fire. This particular villain comes in the form of a winged baby armed with passion – inducing arrows.

Wherever you go, Valentine’s Day is forcing itself on you; pink flyers in the newspaper, diamond ads during prime-time and that ever romantic gesture, gas station roses. […]

College channel offers ‘Instant Entertainment’

February 11, 2004 Ashley Marty 0

As concerned students, watching an “in-depth” expos? about the Git’s involvement in the murder of rapper Tupac Shakur can be frightening, eerie and even uncanny. But Matt Lawrence’s investigation of this, shown on the College’s “Instant Entertainment,” is too busy being hilarious and sarcastic to worry anyone. […]

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