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Monthly Archives: October, 2015

Student artists find beauty in destruction

By Nicole Broomhead Correspondent It is the first day of class and your professor says, “For our first project, you must pick a work you have...

New study abroad destinations to Amsterdam and Japan

Amsterdam and Japan are the two newest destinations added to the College’s Study Abroad Program for this summer. Though they may seem a world apart, each offers students opportunities for adventures that can open minds to another culture and perspective.

Rebellious rock poets perform with passion

By Alyssa Gautieri Correspondent Two Chinese poets broke the language barrier with their commanding poetry performances on Tuesday, Oct. 20, in the Social Sciences Building. Jiayan Mi,...

Dieters deem gluten-free as the newest trend

Want to lose weight? Go gluten-free. Bloated and tired? It’s definitely that bagel you ate for breakfast this morning. These are the common explanations heard around campus for ailments that most likely have nothing to do with your gluten intake, yet going gluten-free has become the trendy thing to do.

Consumerism tramples purpose of holidays

Well, it’ll soon be that time of year again. Happy holidays, folks. Time to trample a stranger to get the last Malibu Barbie doll on the shelf and wait on lengthy lines, almost as long as your rapidly growing credit card bill — all in preparation to pile up heaps of attractively wrapped presents for your loved ones.

WTSR New Noise: Caravan Palace & Little Fevers

This week, Nick Landolfi, WTSR assistant music director, and Brigid Barber, music staff member, highlight some of the best new albums that the College’s...

‘FIFA’ returns with realistic gameplay

By Rohan Ahluwalia Correspondent Every year in September, soccer fans around the world rejoice as yet another version of the “FIFA” video game series is released....

Creators revamp ‘Uncharted’ series

By Andrew Street Staff Writer Naughty Dog, the creators of the iconic “Jak and Daxter series,” “Crash Bandicoot” and “The Last of Us” are often regarded...

The Signal asks… What is the best part of Halloween?

“I like decorating for it and dressing up. I like the decorations people (put up) around their houses.”

The faults in our sports stars and heroes

By Michael Battista Sports Editor When you purchase and wear an athlete’s merchandise, you’re saying you like them and support what they do on the field....

Around the Dorm 10/21: Chase Utley, DeAngelo Williams, college football suprises

In this week’s edition of Around the Dorm, the “Ref,” Connor Smith, asks our panel of experts three questions: Was Chase Utley’s slide legal,...

Lions fall to nationally ranked Wesley

By Anthony Caruso Staff Writer Three weeks out from their last game, the Lions returned to the field. However, the result was the same as they...

Soccer gains momentum

By Otto Gomez Staff Writer The men’s soccer team continued their regular season with three games in the last two weeks. Now with only three games...

Fantasy Football: Golden Tate worth the risk

By Sean Reis Columnist I hope everyone enjoyed their break! For Week Seven, I have suggested the minimum players at each position below, but as usual,...

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