October 29, 2020

Performers enthrall spectators at CUB Alt

March 28, 2017 Kimberly Ilkowski 0

Each artist who performed at the latest CUB Alt installment on Tuesday, March 21, debuted new songs never before played in front of a live audience. Philly favorites Hurry, the charismatic Chris Farren and headliner Eskimeaux all tried out new material during their sets in the Decker Social Space. […]

WTSR New Noise: Ty Richards & The Feelies

March 28, 2017 Nelson Kelly 0

Ty Richards, born in Austin, Texas, quit his ad agency job to write psychedelic garage rock. “Zillion” is his first complete solo project. His fans call him “Beck Zeppelin,” Beck being his biggest and most obvious influence on the record. […]

Environmental education on the rise at College

March 28, 2017 Thomas Infante 0

February’s higher-than-average-temperature correlates with a larger global pattern of climate change. Last year was the hottest year on record — the third consecutive year to break the yearly temperature record, according to NASA and NOAA.

With two minors and the Environmental Club, there are a few ways students can become more environmentally conscious. […]

Documentary and lecture tell lemurs’ tale

March 28, 2017 Signal Contributor 0

Hosted by Phi Beta Kappa, a primatologist and distinguished service professor of anthropology at Stony Brook University talked about her efforts to repopulate Madagascar with lemurs at a lecture titled “Back from the Brink of Extinction: Saving Lemurs in Madagascar” on Wednesday, March 23.

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