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Monthly Archives: October, 2015

Self-proclaimed ‘ass’ with poor grammar graffitis van

By Colleen Murphy Managing Editor •   A wallet valued at $45 was stolen from the benches in front of the Travers and Wolfe towers between...

SFB allocates funds for silent disco dance party

The Student Finance Board funded a glow-in-the-dark “Silent Disco Latenighter” as well as several INK events at its weekly meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 30.

Immigrant students are the future of America

Marisa Gonzalez, ’11 alumna, first started teaching for Teach For America corps and now teaches bilingual third and fourth grade students at Maude I. Logan Elementary School in Fort Worth, Texas. It’s Hispanic Heritage Month and my fourth graders are reading about immigration. In our bilingual classroom, culture and language always play a starring role, but this time of year — and this year in particular — the emphasis feels particularly essential.

Hockey pulls off the ultimate comeback

With 10 minutes left in the third period and the Lions down, 4-1 against St. Joseph’s University, coach Andrew Ducko changed his strategy.

Students provide powerful poetry at ‘Slam’

By Tom Ballard Staff Writer Senior communications major Porsche Lee Carmichael was proclaimed the victor of INK’s Slam Down The Walls poetry competition on Friday, Oct....

WTSR New Noise: The Dead Weather & The Arcs

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

Solo student exhibitions explore installment art

By Roderick Macioch Staff Writer If you don’t know what you’re looking at, you may think you have stumbled into the wrong room, or that you’re...

The Signal asks… Should the College get rid of cable?

“Personally, I don’t use it. I use the Xfinity Go App on my iPad, but if people need cable… then it would be great. It’s not necessary.”

Mirrors reflect messages of self-love and positivity

By Jenna Kirby Correspondent Self-acceptance and care were both in the air on campus this past Monday, Sept. 21.  “Mirrorless Monday,” an event created by senior...

Classic Signals: WTSR future unsure

By Jessica Ganga Features Editor This semester, the Arts & Entertainment section of The Signal introduced a new column, WTSR: New Noise where WTSR staff members...

Campus Style

By Jordan Koziol Columnist Name: Andrew Goodman Year: Junior Major: Economics This week, Campus Style caught up with stylish economics major Andrew Goodman. We talked Tom Ford, man buns...

Celebritease: Taylor and Tyler share stage

By Mackenzie Cutruzzula Sports Editor For anyone who had woken up on Sunday morning feeling like they could use a little more religion in their...

Students learn art of yoga with Humanitarian Yoga Club

By Jennifer Goetz Staff Writer The Humanitarian Yoga Club is here to spread physical and mental wellness to the campus. Now a fully recognized club, the...

Kappa Delta spreads confidence on campus

By Kayla Lafi Features Assistant There are times where students get wrapped up in the craziness that is college. They can sometimes lose themselves in the...

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