Students fly high at late-nighter

October 24, 2018 Signal Contributor 0

Students embraced their inner Superman at the College Union Board’s superhero themed late-nighter on Thursday, Oct. 18. Quimby’s Prairie was bustling with students eager to fly on the zipline or jump on the bungee trampoline. […]

PRISM hosts Coming Out Monologues

October 24, 2018 Signal Contributor 0

The Library Auditorium stage served as a platform for students to share their personal stories with both members of the club and the greater campus community when PRISM hosted its annual event, The Coming Out Monologues, on Oct. 10 and 11. […]

Campus Style: Fall Forecast

October 24, 2018 Lexy Yulich 0

The leaves are changing, the air is crisp and pumpkin spice-flavored treats have hit the shelves. Since the forecast predicts that fall weather is finally here to stay, here are the top 10 fall trends to help you style your autumn wardrobe. […]

Lions Plate: Vietnamese Spring Rolls

October 24, 2018 Shannon Deady 0

Health food restaurants have become all the rage recently. Ocean Cafe, a chain with four locations in Monmouth County, has a special place in my heart. The restaurant has a variety of healthy options, and one of the most popular is the rice paper spring roll. The traditional Vietnamese dish can be served with a number of different ingredients, but my favorite is the tuna roll, especially since Ocean Cafe has sushi grade fish. […]

Alumna runs for Ewing Town Council

October 10, 2018 Emmy Liederman 0

When Kate McKinley (’11) received a letter from Trenton Water Works six weeks ago that stated her water contained toxic chemicals, she began to think about the lack of transparency between local government and its residents. She then received a voting ballot in the mail and noticed that many Ewing candidates were running for office with no opposition. […]

Lions Plate: Cream Cheese Pumpkin Roll

October 9, 2018 Shannon Deady 0

A pre trick-or-treat party was a Halloween tradition in my neighborhood when I was growing up. It was the best way for parents to ensure we had something substantial in our bellies before filling up on candy for the rest of the night. Each family prepared their best fall-themed treat, and my mother collected the recipes. […]

Classic Signals: Students react to pro-life protest

October 9, 2018 Emmy Liederman 0

TCNJ Students for Life planted blue and pink flags across green lawn last April in a displayed titled The Graveyard of Innocents. Each flag represented 10 fetuses that had been aborted in New Jersey in the past month. This display caused an uproar among pro-choice students, who decided to vandalize the display and post a video of the vandalization on social media. […]

Campus Style: Think pink

October 8, 2018 Lexy Yulich 0

October is finally here— the leaves are changing color, the air is getting crisp and it’s about time to bring out your boots and sweaters. In addition to fall festivities, October is also National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Here are some tips for incorporating pops of pink into your outfits, allowing you to not only have some fun with your clothes, but also show your support for the cause. […]

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