Just one week away from the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Division III Track & Field Championships and two weeks from the NCAA Division III Championships, the College achieved several qualifying times for the annual event at the FasTrack Invitational in New York City. […]
Surpassing expectations, the men’s basketball team had a successful season that ended in a first-round New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) playoff loss to Ramapo College.
The Lions ended the year with a record of 12-14 overall and 5-8 in the conference. […]
This week in Around the Dorm, we hash out Tommy Morrison’s return to boxing, the NFL Combine and all-star games. The contestants this week are Signal sports assistant Justin Jez, Signal managing editor Lauren Kohout and Signal nation & world editor James Queally. […]
The men’s tennis team, No. 10 in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Northeast region, continued to dominate in dual meet competition this weekend with an 8-1 win over No. 11 ranked Washington College from the South Atlantic region and a 9-0 win over No. […]
The women’s basketball team sent Montclair State University packing for the second straight year in the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) playoffs, but fell to eventual NJAC champion Kean University in the semifinal round last week. The Lions finished their season with a 13-14 record. […]
The Republican Party in New Jersey is looking really good these days, not necessarily because of its stances on issues or the bills it has sponsored, but due to the recalcitrant actions of the Democrats.
Recently, Democrats in the State House have been resistant to cooperate with an extended federal subpoena into the files, memos, e-mails and other documents kept by the Office of Legislative Services (OLS). […]
You know what grinds my gears? The food on campus.
I feel like I’m the only vegetarian on campus. It takes a full 15 minutes for me to get my food because no one ever asks for veggie burgers. Frozen veggie burgers take additional time to thaw before being cooked. […]
A huge source of disdain has recently descended upon my feeble mind. What might that be, you may ask? That some people cannot help but place ideologies over other people.
I am a big fan of movies. One such movie is “Children of Men,” an Alfonso Cuar?n film. […]
When the United States dropped an atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima on Aug. 6, 1945, 100,000 civilians were killed.
Several days later, another nuclear weapon was unleashed on Nagasaki, leaving a death toll of 50,000.
Both cities were razed to the ground, and survivors were left with permanent physical and psychological scars. […]
To all of those who claim the College lacks diversity, beware: there’s a new religion on the block. Jess Row, professor of English, has recently started a Buddhist meditation group, the first of its kind at the College.
“When I first came to (the College), it seemed like the kind of campus where students are interested in exploring new cultures and belief systems,” Row said. […]
On Feb. 20, a group of college students under the guidance of William Ball, associate professor of political science, came together with public interest groups to face the issue of elderly civic engagement. Alongside the Princeton Area Community Foundation, the College hosted a forum titled “Engaging Older Adults for Civic Good” to help adults aged 60 and over become a more active and productive part of their communities. […]
On Sunday, Feb. 18 at 1:50 p.m., a Campus Police officer observed a male walking with his female companion near the Decker Hall mail room.
As the officer watched, the male began to urinate on the corner of a nearby building. The officer then approached him and asked for identification. […]
Plans about the future of the Country Club Apartments were presented at the Feb. 21 meeting of the Student Government Association (SGA). Dan Scapardine, senator of Culture and Society, said the apartments would not be included in the spring housing lottery. […]