Monday, May 17, 2021

Viktoria Ristanovic

Brothers unite: Sigma Pi and local pizzeria create sandwich

You’re starving for a savory lunch but can’t seem to decide what you want. Staring endlessly at the Two Brothers Pizza menu, you are torn between ordering chicken tenders, mozzarella sticks or garlic bread. But thanks to Sigma Pi Fraternity, you no longer have to decide.

Classic Signals: Students learn how to de-stress before finals

As finals and flu season approach us, it’s important for students to remember how to relax their minds and bodies in order to avoid getting stressed and sick. Yes, finals season is the worst, but it’s important to allow yourself to release some stress and enjoy the little things, such as grabbing coffee with a friend, laughing about how much you have to do and blowing off some steam at the gym with a friend.

Classic Signal: Campus encourages students to be involved

As the end of the semester draws near, students still have time to become proactive on campus in an effort to get the most out of their college experience.

Classic Signals: College encourages students to be involved

As the end of the semester draws near, students still have time to become proactive on campus in an effort to get the most out of their college experience.

Classic Signals: Love at first sight debunked

The tale of love at first sight has been around for centuries. However, there’s been debates as to whether or not it’s real. Romantics...

Classic Signals: Students struggle to register for classes

Spring registration is creeping up. Panic about getting required classes is underway. Everyone at the College has to deal with racing log into Paws and registering for classes on the day their registration opens up. Some people go to their professors

Classic Signals: Greek life is not what it seems

As students are getting more accustomed to life at the College, they may start to think about what it would be like to join Greek life. And, as spring rush is coming up,

Students should take break from technology

Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, repeat. This is the cycle I find myself engaging in for the majority of my day. If I’m not on my phone, I’m restless and anxious. My phone is my security blanket and the more I look around me, the more I realize it had become nearly everyone’s security blanket.

Classic Signals: Seasonal depression affects all people

As the days become shorter and the weather gets colder, students may find that motivation drops and feelings of fatigue and hopelessness increase.

Classic Signals: Anorexia affects female college students

With World Mental Health Day being last week, it’s important to shine a light on mental health issues that are not discussed frequently.

Classic Signals: Students find value in writing letters

Doesn’t it feel more sincere when you receive a hand-written card from a friend or family member versus getting a simple text for a special occasion?

Classic Signals: People find support for anxiety

As we move further in the fall semester, we may feel settled in, but stress can still affect students both physically and mentally, especially as we approach midterms.

Classic Signals: Yoga reduces students’ stress, anxiety

Yoga is a popular and powerful way to release stress and anxiety and help people get into better shape one “Om” at a time.

Classic Signals: Campus community remembers 9/11

This year marks the 18th anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001, when tragedy struck the U.S. after two hijacked planes hit the World Trade Center in New York City.

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