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Monthly Archives: March, 2016

Around the Dorm 3/30: NCAA Tournament MVP, NBA Draft prospect and The Broncos

In this week’s edition of Around the Dorm, the “Ref,” Kevin Luo, asks our panel of experts three questions: Who was the Most Valuable...

March Madness: LTV vs. Signal — week two

  ESPN BRACKET STANDINGS (As of Monday, March 28) 1: EJ Paras (LTV) Points: 700 Projected Points Remaining: 640 Percent Correct: 69.2% 2: Sean Reis (The Signal) Points: 690 Projected Points Remaining: 480 Percent...

Environmental crisis in Haiti should be noticed

After years of political unrest and leadership failures, the marginalization of rural life in Haiti is directly influenced by continued environmental neglect.

Garland deserves his day in Congress

By Jake Mulick It’s really a shame that Merrick Garland, President Barack Obama’s nominee to fill the vacancy on the Supreme Court, will probably not...

Lions fall to State University of New York, 16-9

By George Tatoris Sports Assistant The Lions plowed through unranked Ursinus College, 11-1, on Tuesday, March 22. The team pushed back against No. 12 ranked Messiah...

Local primaries open chance for change

By Tom Ballard Opinions Editor It’s spring here at the College. The flowers are out, the trees are beginning to grow foliage and finals are slowly...

The Signal asks… Are students preparing for the upcoming summer?

See what students on the street have to say.

SFB approves funds for Spring Back

During its weekly meeting on Wednesday, March 23, the Student Finance Board (SFB) granted funding for a variety of upcoming events, both on and off campus.

Dyslexic artist shares her work and wisdom

By Elise Schoening Features Editor The arts and sciences are often considered mutually exclusive disciplines, but Rebecca Kamen, an artist in residence at the National Institute...

Feminist alumnae give advice for life post-college

The future may seem uncertain for women’s and gender studies (WGS) students at the College, but an alumnae panel called “Designing Feminist Futures: College and Beyond” on Wednesday, March 23, in the Library Auditorium aimed to change that by discussing feminism outside of the College.

Students travel around the Stud

In between bites of falafel, perogies and churros, students took a trip around the world — or rather, just around the Brower Student Center — as Student Government’s Center for Equity and Diversity hosted TCNJ Epcot on Thursday, March 24.

Journalism leaves English Department

Change is hitting the Journalism and Professional Writing Program (JPW) at the College for the upcoming Fall 2016 semester.

Student blames vomiting on car sickness, not alcohol

By Ellie Schuckman                                          ...

SG lawyers up, gives students legal council option

Two clubs, which recently received formal recognition, proposed upcoming plans during the Wednesday, March 23, general body meeting of Student Government (SG).
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