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Broadway comes to the College

November 1, 2006 Candida DeFonseca 0

With voices that give you goosebumps, the members of TCNJ Musical Theatre hit (and held) high notes and sang smoothly through challenging, complex lyrics from a catalog of Broadway tunes last weekend in the New Library auditorium.

The songs, from shows like “Avenue Q,” “Miss Saigon,” “Little Shop of Horrors” and “Wicked,” covered a wide variety of topics including love triangles, freedom to pee, killer plants, prostitution and office romance. […]

‘Fall’ into some of these fun autumn activities

November 1, 2006 Sarah Blewett 0

It’s fall again: The leaves are changing colors, the weather is getting colder and you are loaded down with work. Midterms, papers, meetings – need a break? Get off campus and enjoy the fall weather with something different.


Terhune Orchards gives you a complete farm experience, from a pleasant market to a barnyard full of animals. […]

Coxon and Veruca Salt channel ’90s success

November 1, 2006 Chris Kubak 0

Graham Coxon

“Love Travels at Illegal Speeds”

4 out of 5 stars

Most of you are at least familiar with the guitar playing of Graham Coxon, yet most of you probably don’t realize it. He was the axe-man responsible for the guitar work of Blur’s big U.S. hit “Song 2. […]

The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Acting: JVS on ACT

November 1, 2006 James Queally 0

JVS. While those three letters don’t make much sense to the average person, you’ll hear them spoken numerous times a day by the members of All College Theatre (ACT). This acronym spells out the name of their president and theater veteran, James Van Strander. […]


November 1, 2006 Signal Editorial Staff 0

Tri-Beta not just for med students

The Oct. 11 Signal reported that the SGA described the Tri-Beta Biology Honor Society as a student organization that “(helps) to facilitate the transition from undergraduate studies to medical school.” This statement is false. […]

Our Police State School

November 1, 2006 Signal Editorial Board 0

We are in the autumn of our discontent here at the College. Each week The Signal has to deliver news about a new, depressing restriction. Between the threat of litigation for downloading music, the ubiquitous presence of parking tickets and the Ewing Township ordinance cracking down on underage drinking, the college experience is being smothered by regulation after regulation. […]

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