September 23, 2020

Students scramble for housing after lottery

March 28, 2007 Megan DeMarco 0

A change in the housing lottery this year has caused some students with priority housing to fall below the housing cutoff, although they are still guaranteed housing.

According to Ryan Farnkopf, manager of housing assignments, if a student has priority housing they make the cutoff. […]

Hey stupid! Greeks combat idiots

March 28, 2007 Michelle McGuinness 0

T.J. Sullivan, who has spoken to more than 1 million students throughout his career, came to the College last week to teach students how to confront the “idiot” in their organization. Though the program was open to the entire campus, the message focused primarily on Greek life. […]

Greek sanctions freeze out AEPi

March 28, 2007 Megan DeMarco 0

Recent controversy over the presence of the Alpha Eta colony of the national fraternity Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEPi) on campus has caused the Inter-Greek Council (IGC) to hold a meeting prohibiting other Greek organizations from being involved with AEPi.

According to Daniel Gaughan, president of IGC, the presidents of Greek organizations were told they should not have social events, co-sponsor philanthropies or allow AEPi to participate in program held by their chapters. […]

Sodexho steps on the scale

March 28, 2007 Kerry Fiallo 0

A total of 222.8 pounds of food, or 0.15 pounds per person, wad, or 0.15 pounds per person, was wasted during a two-hour period in Eickhoff dining hall, according to Water Watch.

Students were required to scrape the leftover food off their plates into bins at the tray drop-off in Eickhoff Hall on Thursday, March 22 from 11:15 a. […]

Senior Week Trashed

March 28, 2007 James Queally 0

On March 19, the Senior Class Council sent out an e-mail officially acknowledging the cancellation of Senior Week, closing the final chapter of the saga which started in December when the College decided to ban alcohol consumption in Travers/Wolfe. However, the council hopes to replace Senior Week. […]

Ask Kayy

March 28, 2007 Signal Editorial Staff 0

Dear Kayy,

I’ve always been somewhat self-conscious about the way my vagina looks, but I never felt worried about it until I actually watched a porn video as a joke with my girlfriends. I noticed that I look very different than the girl in the video. I’ve never really looked at my own vagina up close or with a mirror, but I’m definitely aware of the fact that my labia are bigger and one side is a little bit bigger than the other. […]

PRISM fundraiser isn’t a drag

March 28, 2007 Kristin Sowden 0

Some of the College’s most beautiful men and women volunteered to show a little skin for charity on March 22 at PRISM’s third annual Drag Show, held in the Travers/Wolfe Main Lounge.

Talented Performers included “Squeaky Kendall,” “Anita,” “Connie Lingus,” “Oliver You,” “Karma Sutra” and the special guest of the night, real life drag queen “Fantasia. […]

Cramer controversy: Did he manipulate market?

March 28, 2007 Daniel Pannone 0

When I wrote the story about Jim Cramer two weeks ago, I had the feeling that it would not be the last time I mentioned him. However, I’m surprised how quickly Cramer provided me with controversy to criticize.

Cramer has recently gotten himself into trouble after he made comments that could be construed as a discussion of stock and market manipulation on a Wall Street Confidential video segment from thestreet. […]

Developing your own sense of style

March 28, 2007 Ashley Feucht 0

When I was 12, my favorite outfit to wear to summer camp was my black and white striped tee with holes cut out of the shoulders, paired with light blue denim shorts, sneakers and green tights.

Kids literally thought I was crazy, especially for wearing tights during the summer. […]

Watch out – assassins infiltrate campus

March 28, 2007 Kat Alfonso 0

Students in the Classical Studies Club face a huge risk at the College: getting “assassinated.” This is the first year the club is running a game of Assassin, which gained the attention and participation of 50 players. The club shares an interest in the history and culture of ancient Greece and Rome and the ways in which social and political issues that characterize those cultures are still apparent in contemporary societies. […]

CUB hosts its own ‘Casino Royale’

March 28, 2007 Ashley La Rose 0

The College Union Board (CUB) confuted the famous slogan “What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas” by hosting a Las Vegas themed 19th annual Latenighter in Brower Student Center on Saturday.

Attendees of the event were treated to the crooning of an Elvis impersonator as they milled around the blackjack and roulette tables. […]

Music and munchies with WTSR

March 28, 2007 Signal Editorial Staff 0

Selkow performs its acoustic, hip hop and funk hybrid at WTSR’s coffeehouse last Tuesday in the Decker Main Lounge. Drinks and snacks were provided for the audience and Selkow provided Rockstar Energy Drinks. There was also a game of musical chairs with prizes from the Princeton Record Exchange. […]

Kaiser Chiefs score on new CD

March 28, 2007 Chris Kubak 0

Kaiser Chiefs

“Yours Truly, Angry Mob”

4 out of 5 stars

Friends of mine will tell you that I wasn’t exactly the biggest Kaiser Chiefs fan when the band’s debut album came out back in the spring of 2005.

As a matter of fact, I absolutely hated them. I didn’t like their songwriting, I didn’t like their song structures and every time I listened to that album it gave me a headache. […]

Lancaster’s jokes take him to Princeton

March 28, 2007 Rebecca Suzan 0

For the first-place winner of Catch a Rising Star’s College Comedy Competition, having a sense of humor is an obvious requisite. Vegas Lancaster, sophomore philosophy major, recently proved that he is worthy of the big prize.

Lancaster arrived for his interview with The Signal accompanied by a friend who was dressed in a suit and tie with an earpiece and dark sunglasses. […]

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