Alumna uncovers fate of unrewarded scholarships

February 5, 2017 Colleen Murphy 0

Several students and recent graduates of the College applied for scholarship money which, to date, has never been distributed. Not only is this a disservice to those students, but it also does not meet the high ethical and moral standards the College sets for itself. […]

Students share opinions around campus

January 30, 2017 Mia Ingui 0

“Is it important to teach social justice in school?” “Yes, so that way we are better equipped to deal with situations in the future.” “I think so. There’s not enough education on it, so people […]

We need social justice in the classroom

January 30, 2017 Signal Contributor 0

The recent stories exhibiting racist, sexist and violent acts in educational institutions sound like excerpts from a history book. It appears that the country is regressing to a time where othering those who are different than you is acceptable. […]

Students share opinions around campus

January 23, 2017 Mia Ingui 0

“What was your biggest mistake in the first semester?” Leigh Ann Cowden, a sophomore nursing major. “My biggest mistake was spending too much time goofing around, because then it hits you that you have homework!” Hailey Hyun, […]

Aruba is a great getaway destination

January 23, 2017 Mia Ingui 2

There’s no better way to spend winter break than lying on the beach, drinking a smoothie out of coconut and soaking up the sun. But unfortunately, this is impossible in the New Jersey winter, as it is not the place to be during winter break. […]

TCNJ Clinic Director responds to article on clinic closing

December 10, 2016 Signal Contributor 0

The TCNJ Clinic staff would like to respond to the article published in The Signal on Wednesday, Dec. 7, titled “Clinic Staff Upset over Closing.” While the headline is true and we are deeply saddened that the Clinic will not be around next year to assist students and community members in need of long-term counseling, this story does not accurately reflect all the issues. […]

Students share opinions around campus

December 6, 2016 Mia Ingui 0

“Do you think that Paul Loser Hall should be renamed?” “I think it should be reconsidered because of what he said in the past. It doesn’t represent our current values at TCNJ.” “I haven’t looked into […]

Buzzfeed’s beauty deserves appreciation

December 5, 2016 Mia Ingui 0

If you’re an avid Buzzfeed user like I am, the first app you always open is not Facebook, not Twitter, but the Buzzfeed app, which greets you with that beautiful red circle with a cutting arrow that is the Buzzfeed logo. […]

Students share opinions around campus

November 28, 2016 Craig Dietel 0

“Are you worried about the countries future?” “Yes because Donald Trump.” “Yes, specifically environmentally because it is not something that you can fix overnight.” “What annoys you most about on-campus living?” “The walk from Townhouses […]

Some aspects of on-campus life are annoying

November 28, 2016 Connor Smith 0

n most cases, the College treats students living on campus well. The rooms are cozy enough, the food is passable and the campus usually looks splendid. That said, a few minor changes could go a long way toward improving the overall experience. […]

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