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Let me take my dog to the park

April 30, 2020 Kalli Colacino 0

My dog sits not-so-patiently next to me in the passenger seat as I drive the 15 minutes it takes to get to his favorite park. Since I’m always stuck in the house with my dog — who is a bundle of energy — going to the park is practically a daily routine. Well, until the day we were met with a sign that read “Park Closed.” […]

Social distancing is a luxury. A pass/fail option isn’t enough.

April 26, 2020 Signal Contributor 2

COVID-19 has undoubtedly affected every student at the College, but some more than others. The disenfranchised have been left on the outskirts of crucial resources, overlooked as administrators and governors fail to recognize the needs of every community member. This is why I created a petition that encourages the College to do more than just offer a pass/fail option. […]

Cancelled flights, empty airports and silent cities: students reflect on abrupt end to study abroad

April 14, 2020 Emmy Liederman 1

When Ryan Vazquez and his friends signed up for a semester abroad in Milan, they envisioned scenic walks to class, carefree nights at bars and cheap weekend flights to countries across Europe. But as the junior finance major packed his bags and prepared for an emergency trip back home, he watched a city that was once a bustling pinnacle of Italian culture take a turn for the worse. […]

Lions’ Plate: TikTok’s Whipped Coffee

April 13, 2020 Signal Contributor 0

With a lot of free time on our hands recently, many have resorted to trying out new hobbies. Going on TikTok to stay updated on the latest food and drink recipes has been my favorite way to pass time, and this whipped coffee recipe has taken the app by storm. […]

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