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PSA protests occupation, holds forum on Iraq War

March 30, 2005 Kevin Kent 0

Marking the second anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq, the Progressive Student Alliance (PSA) held an open forum on the Iraq War Monday night, two days after members of the organization joined in on the Global Day of Protest by protesting the U.S. Occupation of Iraq and Palestine outside Brower Student Center. […]

Program sheds light on search for Mr./Ms. Right

March 30, 2005 Jennifer Mathews 0

Anyone who struggles to understand the opposite sex would have benefited from the program cosponsored by Zeta Phi Beta Sorority and Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, as it sought to answer, “Is a Good Man/Woman Hard to Find?” last Monday.

The program, featuring guest speaker Lynette Harris, director of Community Standards, was meant to enable members of both sexes to openly discuss their opinions and experiences about their ideal relations, such as what qualities they look for in a man or woman. […]

Hamster stories and essays – English majors share work

March 30, 2005 Rachel Lazzaro 0

Sigma Tau Delta, the College’s English Honor Society, traveled to Kansas City on March 16 to attend the annual Sigma Tau Delta (STD) conference. Roughly 500 students and 100 faculty members attended, representing dozens of schools.

Six students from the College went on the trip – senior English majors Tierney Dwyer, Christina Maffa and Matthew Miller and junior English majors Jessica DeLisi, Jessica Gill and Courtney Rydel. […]

Journalism director recounts old times in three dots

March 30, 2005 Daniela Flores 0

Standing in front of a room crowded with over 40 people, Robert Cole, professor of English, asked everyone in attendance to write their name and address on a white sheet of paper.

“Believe me, I appreciate more than anyone what it means to have a room full of people (come to hear you speak),” Cole said before sharing stories of the many lectures he’s been to where there were only three people in attendance. […]

With spring, green appears on trees and in celebrity pockets

March 30, 2005 Scott Napolitano 0

The temperature is rising and cinema executives across the country are keeping their fingers crossed, hoping that the spring season will come in their favorite shade: green. With very few early heavy hitters in the box office for the first quarter of the year, Hollywood looks to heat things up with a grab bag of big-name stars leading the way. […]

Welcome to the city that never sleeps

March 30, 2005 Signal Editorial Staff 0

New York City is a place of lights, skyscrapers and entertainment. As the weather gets warmer, eventually anyway, students begin taking trips into the the Big Apple for a day of Broadway, shopping or just to spend some time with friends. Here are the many places everyone should be sure to check out when journeying to the entertainment capital of the world. […]

City feels loss of last alt rock station

March 30, 2005 Ben Leach 0

Imagine that one day, you’re riding in your car, and you’re about to turn on the radio. You like modern and alternative rock. You like bands like Foo Fighters, Smashing Pumpkins, Radiohead, Nirvana, Green Day and up-and-coming bands like The Killers and Franz Ferdinand. […]

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