Saturday, June 19, 2021

Emmy Liederman

Threat of coronavirus moves classes online for two weeks following spring break

President Foster announced in a campus-wide email that classes will resume online for 2-weeks following spring break in a precautionary measure against an outbreak of coronavirus on Tuesday, March 10.

Campus mourns loss of college freshman

It didn’t take much to make Matt Palmer happy. His best friends will never forget one day in particular when he greeted them with an ear-to-ear grin on his face. They asked why he was smiling so hard, and his answer was simple — he had just gotten a haircut, and thought it looked pretty good.

Over a year after fatal crash, students continue to heal

The last thing Anthony Galante remembers is calling his friend for a ride home. When he woke up, the whole month of December had passed by.

At the College, adult students are overlooked

Tim Reagan is a 42-year-old from Princeton, New Jersey, a father of three children and an education student at the College. After struggling to make ends meet and living paycheck to paycheck as a farmer, he decided it was time to go back to school. Reagan is now pursuing his lifelong dream of becoming a teacher.

Professor reflects on Pulitzer-winning picture

The photographer still isn’t sure how he survived. The bullets were an arm's-length away. “I don’t know how I was missed,” said John Filo, an award-winning CBS photographer and adjunct professor at the College. “I always thought I should’ve been shot.”

Employees deserve recognition for hard work

When I applied for a part-time job as a waitress at a local restaurant, I had no idea how involved my position would be. I like talking to people, have a solid memory and am always on my feet, so I was eager to start. Working in the restaurant business

Community grieves loss of College senior

On Friday, Feb. 8, President Kathryn Foster sent out a campus-wide email to report the death of Jenna DiBenedetto, a senior psychology major and member of the Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. The cause of death has not been confirmed.

Sot family sues Landmark as victims continue to recover

Two months after a Dec. 2 car crash shattered the campus community, families of the victims have been busy demanding justice and fighting for the full recovery of their loved ones.

Campus mourns victim of crash

“Live ever die never” — this Phi Kappa Psi fraternity chant has taken on a deeper meaning as the campus community continues to mourn

Landmark Americana under fire

On the night of the fatal Dec. 2 car accident that left the campus community in mourning, Landmark Americana security footage captured the driver staggering out of the bar in a drunken state while attempting to light a cigarette.

Evidence ties driver in crash to Landmark Americana

Judge Anthony M. Massi delayed his opinion on the further imprisonment of David Lamar V, who was charged with vehicular homicide after the death of Michael Sot, at the Mercer County Criminal Courthouse during the case’s preliminary hearing on Dec. 11.

Racial tensions build on campus

Within the past month, one student on campus was called various racial slurs from the third floor of Wolfe Hall and a building services employee encountered a racial slur while cleaning the Interactive Multimedia Building.

Classic Signals: Students appreciate professor’s support

With the end of the semester approaching, it is commonplace for students to skip meals and go to class hungry in the midst of pre-finals stress. In 1989, The Signal profiled

Immigrants deserve respect

On Tuesday, August 21, 20-year-old University of Iowa student Mollie Tibbets was found dead after she was missing for more than a month.

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