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Monthly Archives: October, 2019

Faculty series honors late television icon

Mayo Concert Hall erupted in applause as faculty paid homage to “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood” at the Faculty Lecture Series on Friday, Oct. 25.

Theoretical physicist discusses black holes

Theoretical physicist Brian Greene visited Mayo Concert Hall on Oct. 23, where he presented the perplexing concept of black holes to students and faculty.

Classic Signals: Greek life is not what it seems

As students are getting more accustomed to life at the College, they may start to think about what it would be like to join Greek life. And, as spring rush is coming up,

Vital Signs: Students need self-care

Self-care — you’ve heard the term before, but have you considered trying to make the idea come to fruition? It’s far more than getting pampered at a spa — it starts with your inner self. Here are three self-care tactics you can employ as the fall semester progresses.

Lions’ Plate: Chocolate Bark

This is one of my favorite recipes to bring to family parties because it’s so easy to make and everyone loves it. It only takes about five minutes to make. All you’ll need are chocolate chunks, peanut butter, flaky sea salt and pretzels to make this chocolate bark.

Cartoonist explores social justice through artwork

Students and faculty uncovered the power of cartoons as they delved into the connection between humor and human rights with well-known creator Liza Donnelly.

‘Acapalooza’ brings student vocalists together

Four of the College’s resident a capella groups performed for students and families in a joint concert in the Brower Student Center Room 100 on Sunday, Oct. 27. The “Acapalooza” concert was hosted by the Trentones and featured I-Tunes, the Treblemakers and Voice of Hope.

Campus Style: Halloween Costume Guide

Halloween is the first stop along the holiday train moving towards Thanksgiving and Christmas. This month is meant to lift your spirits and is full of “witchful” thinking. No matter what age you are, there’s no denying that anyone can

Zeta Tau Alpha hosts annual ‘Big Man on Campus’

As part of Zeta Tau Alpha’s annual Pink Out Week festivities, the all-male beauty pageant, “Big Man on Campus,” was in full swing the night of Oct. 22.

Fraternity discusses men’s mental health

The Theta Epsilon Chapter of the Sigma Lambda International Fraternity hosted an event to discuss men’s mental health on Oct. 23.

The Chip: Top 10 Last Minute Funny Halloween Costumes

It’s the spookiest time of the year! Pumpkin spice is in the air! Spirit pop-up shops line strip malls across the nation and the turning foliage reminds us all how our youth is fleeting

People should be motivated by fear

Autumn, often coined “Spooky Season,” contains crisp, cool air, brings fun to local farms with corn mazes and has its costume dress ups and haunted houses. So much of the season

Childhood surroundings shouldn’t define people

We may be past the years of racial segregation, but perhaps there the new classism is the idea of neighborhood separation. Many individuals ask themselves what makes up their identity. Is it their culture? Ethnicity?

Students cultivate creativity in Visual Scores workshop

Yixuan Pan, a Chinese-born artist based out of Philadelphia, hosted a Visual Scores workshop on Friday, Oct. 25, at the College’s Art Gallery.
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