October 30, 2020

Panel fights to dispel immigrant stereotypes

December 1, 2015 Tom Ballard 0

Undocumented immigrants do not pay taxes. They take away jobs from documented Americans. An overwhelming majority of immigrants are Latino. Immigrants only have children in America in order to secure residency or citizenship. It is easy to become a U.S. citizen.

Those were the stereotypes that the sisters of Lambda Theta Alpha (LTA) and the El Centro team at the Bonner Institute seeked to dispel in their inaugural Immigration Panel Discussion held in the Education Building on Wednesday, Nov. 18. […]

Students in Paris during attacks

December 1, 2015 Colleen Murphy 0

Friday, Nov. 13, was a normal day for most students at the College. At around 3 p.m., some students might have still been sitting in class, packing to go home for the weekend or even getting ready to see Dave Coulier talk that night in Mayo Concert Hall. Friday, Nov. 13, was a completely different type of day for the four students from the College who were studying abroad in Paris, France. While at 3 p.m., the College community was starting to wind down for the weekend, it was 9 p.m. in Paris, and the students studying there were about to experience a world-changing event first-hand. […]

The Wonder Years share signature sound

December 1, 2015 Signal Contributor 0

By Mark Bias Correspondent Following the critically acclaimed record “The Greatest Generation,” The Wonder Years have released an album that is trickling with regret and bursting with passion. “No Closer to Heaven” is emotionally difficult […]

Professor asks ‘Who Makes Games?’

December 1, 2015 Alyssa Gautieri 0

By Alyssa Gautieri Staff Writer Studies have shown that video games utilize different parts of the brain, according to game designer Josh Fishburn, who is an interactive multimedia associate professor at the College. “This is […]

‘Fallout 4’ holds its own in series

December 1, 2015 Sean Reis 0

By Sean Reis Staff Writer At this summer’s E3 2015 Press Conference, Bethesda Studios announced its latest installment in the “Fallout” series and hype immediately ensued. Set in the year 2287 in post-apocalyptic Boston, Mass., […]

College unites in push for peace

December 1, 2015 Sean Reis 0

While the world has recently been stricken with tragedy — from the attacks in Paris and Lebanon, to the protests at the University of Missouri and unrest at other colleges across the nation — the College hopes to start a push for peace. To do so, the College is focusing on starting conversations many feel “uncomfortable” talking about — primarily race and religion. […]

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