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Monthly Archives: October, 2015

Lions’ Financial: How To Optimize Your Meal Equiv at the Education Cafe

By Padma Radhakrishnan Blogger Between 11:00 am and 1:30 pm, it’s possible to get food and drinks for up to $7.50 in points anywhere on campus…...

Vigil honors those lost in LGBTQ community

By Elizabeth Zakaim Correspondent Rows of tea lights glowing from colorful cups lined the concrete steps in the courtyard of the Arts and Interactive Multimedia Building....

C-Store products prove pricey mark-up for many

Meal plans are expensive. It’s a universal truth for college students across the country, but the fact doesn’t quite resonate with students as long as they can use those points as currency instead of taking cash out of their wallets. All it takes to shatter that illusion is one outrageous price.

Ice Hockey gains confidence despite 4-3 loss

The College’s ice hockey team didn’t leave the ice with a win on paper, but they left with much-needed confidence going forward with the rest of the season.

Field hockey rebounds with back-to-back wins

The Lions resurged from last week’s loss by defeating NJAC opponents Rowan University on Tuesday, Oct. 20, and William Paterson University on Saturday, Oct. 24. For the week of Sunday, Oct. 18, the New Jersey Athletic Conference named Elizabeth Morrison as the rookie field hockey player of the week for her earned assists during the College’s matches against Ursinus College and Ramapo College.

Homecoming brings Lions good luck

As family, friends, alumni and current students gathered for the Homecoming festivities, the football team had the breakthrough they had been waiting for all season and overcame the Montclair State University Red Hawks.

On-campus jobs hard to come by

Senior health and exercise science major Victoria Kerr knew she wanted to have a job while in college. So while she was getting ready to attend the College four years ago, she applied to several on-campus jobs.

Unknown subject sends strong message: ‘Fuck Greek Life’

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Spirit Week raises Homecoming hype

The College was perfused with blue and gold last week during Spirit Week, which sought to raise pride for the school, leading up to its Homecoming on Saturday, Oct. 24.

Homecoming unites Lions of all ages

Smells like team spirit? It certainly did at the College’s annual Homecoming event on Saturday, Oct. 24, which concluded this year’s Spirit Week.

Classic Signals: Intense Homecoming win

Every week Features Editor Jessica Ganga hits the archives and finds old Signals relating to current College topics and top stories. The College’s football team...

Celebritease: Say ‘Hello’ again to Adele

By Mackenzie Cutruzzula Sports Editor Adele’s first word to the world after her hiatus was fittingly, “Hello.” The singer released her latest single on Friday, Oct....

Campus Style

By Jordan Koziol Columnist Name: Mitch Miller Year: Senior Major: Marketing JK: Tell me about what you’re wearing. MM: A gray Ralph Lauren quarter-zip, blue and white checkered button-down...

Alumni return to the College for band night

By Maddi Ference Correspondent In honor of Homecoming weekend, CUB Alt invited three alumni bands back to where they all began, for impressive performances on...

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