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Monthly Archives: November, 2012

Post-Thanksgiving pounds

Shed any weight you may have picked up on Thanksgiving.

Princetonian Diner is of fair quality

The Signal sends our food reviewer to the Princetonian Diner on Route 1.

Twinkies will still live on; online sales top $1 billion

Check out this week's business briefs.

Argentinian women’s rights controversy

Elizabeth Borland, associate professor of sociology at the College, held an open political forum on the age composition and dynamics of social movements on Thursday, Nov. 15.

Service fraternity hosts first annual health care clinic

Delta Epsilon Psi organized its first annual Delta Clinic on Saturday, Nov. 17, where it provided health care services and information to uninsured and underinsured residents of Trenton.

S-a-t-u-r-d-a-y night remodeling in Travers

Damage to T-10 men's room, intoxicated students and more.

‘Milk’ writer speaks

Dustin Lance Black, the screenwriter of "Milk," spoke at the Fall Multicultural Lecture on Tuesday, Nov. 13.

Students brave limelight, read work

A crowd stood in front of the entrance to the Library auditorium waiting for the doors to open, as three accomplished student writers lined up to share their work with friends and peers.

Students perform original music

Four students, each equipped with a guitar, performed at the Rathskeller on Friday, Nov. 16 for Student Soloist Night. Though the students all sang acoustically, each of them performed in their own style, making for a diverse night of music.

‘Lincoln’ a must for history buffs, others may be bored

This week a few friends and I decided to go see the new movie “Lincoln.” We all had high expectations for this film due to its all-star cast, including Daniel Day-Lewis, Sally Field, Tommy Lee Jones and Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and the fact that it was directed by Stephen Spielberg.

College makes the competition quack

Starting off the dual meet portion of the season on a high note, the wrestling team won seven of 10 bouts at previously nationally-ranked Stevens Institute of Technology before putting five wrestlers in the quarterfinals of the East Stroudsburg Open.

Senior and freshman run at NCAAs

After landing impressive times at the Atlantic Regional Championships earlier in November, both senior Andy Gallagher and freshman Jack Leahy were poised to make a couple dominating runs when they headed west to Terre Haute, Ind. on Nov. 17 to compete in the 2012 NCAA Division III Men’s Cross Country Championship.

Basketball begins the season up and down

The women’s basketball team is off to a solid start, kicking off the 2012-2013 season with one win and two losses. The Lions opened their season in the Starter’s Pub Tip-Off Tournament hosted by DeSales University from Nov. 16-17.

Lions’ sluggish start leads to two losses

It’s never a good thing to open up a season with back-to-back losses, but that’s exactly what the College fell victim to, dropping a pair of away games to William Paterson University and Bridgewater College by scores of 94-63 and 78-68, respectively.
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