Family, friends remember Donohue

August 25, 2015 Julie Kayzerman 0

Pat Donohue didn’t dedicate his life to community service and helping others for accolades or awards. He simply did it because “he felt that part of the responsibility of being here on earth was to try and make things better,” said Pete Donohue, 50, Pat’s twin brother.
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AXiD getting ready for first full year on campus

August 25, 2015 Gabrielle Beacken 0

Sometimes there are too many cooks in the kitchen.

That’s how Abigail Hosonitz, the public relations vice president for the Iota Omega Chapter of Alpha Xi Delta, puts it. With an organization including just over 100 people, patience and understanding are both necessary skills. […]

Field Hockey on the road to a dozen

August 25, 2015 Signal Contributor 0

Having just come off an extremely successful 2014 season, the now reigning national champions, the College’s field hockey team, ended last season with an outstanding record of 23-1-0. The team is in the spotlight like never before, and with the loss of some key graduated seniors, the women will be stepping up their play to fill the big shoes of those star players. […]

Of Mountains and Mad Libs

August 5, 2015 Signal Contributor 0

By Samantha Falvey Signal Contributor My very first experience outside of America is living here in the city of Dushanbe in Tajikistan for six weeks as an Unofficial Ambassador. Before leaving, I was asked by […]