August 7, 2020

Benefits of biking

September 3, 2013 Chris Rightmire 0

How much extra time do you have to give yourself?  Five minutes? 10 minutes? Maybe even 15 minutes if you’re a dedicated student. Depending on your luck — or your willingness to run over fellow […]

New VP on the block

September 3, 2013 Jack Meyers 0

Every student at the College was once a stranger here.  Every student was once unsure of his or her place on campus, unsure of his or her major, unsure that this place was truly the […]

Tooth Fairy pays up; Middle class is confident

September 3, 2013 Cameron Prince 0

• Total box office sales hit a record high this past Labor Day weekend, pulling in over $124 million. The weekend’s profits were thanks largely to the success of the concert movie, “One Direction: This is Us,” according to the Wall Street Journal.

Dean cautions students regarding MLMs

September 3, 2013 Courtney Wirths 0

Expensive cars, a dream home and a life of luxury: that’s what is promised to distributers in many multilevel marketing (MLM) companies. What distributers aren’t told, though, is that they will more than likely fail, according to William Keep, dean of the College’s School of Business.

Campus Style

September 3, 2013 Heather Hawkes 0

Rachel Summer Maricic, sophomore marketing major What are you wearing? Right now I have on a charcoal, marbled maxi skirt from Nirvana paired with a white crop top from Mandees, a vintage elephant necklace from […]

Around the Dorm: Manziel, NFL season, Red Sox

September 3, 2013 Signal Editorial Staff 0

In this week’s Around the Dorm, the “Ref,” Peter Fiorilla, asks our panel three questions: what they think of Johnny Manziel’s bizarre one-half game suspension by the NCAA, what this year’s most exciting NFL storyline is, and if the Red Sox are AL favorites after turning 180 degrees since last season’s embarrassing September collapse.

20 shots in 20 minutes

September 3, 2013 Jack Meyers 1

A victim reported the theft of several items from his car that had been parked on the second level of Lot 7 on Monday, Aug. 26 at 3:55 p.m. Items included a black iPod classic, a white iPod charger, a black FM transmitter and miscellaneous change totalling over $50 in value, according to Campus Police. The victim reported that all items were in plain view around the center console while the car was left unlocked and unattended for three hours. There was nothing further to report.

Unlikely internship lessons

September 3, 2013 Hillary Siegel 0

I was extremely excited when I first found out that I would be interning at The Philadelphia Inquirer two days a week this past spring semester, despite the fact that it meant I’d be missing […]

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