Thursday, May 6, 2021

Ashton Leber

Students gain global perspective at Trip Around the World

As soon as students entered room 212 of the Education Building, their senses were overwhelmed with wafts of spices, colorful posters and upbeat music.

Classic Signals: Students voice concerns on campus

Within the last year, students have voiced their concerns to College President R. Barbara Gitenstein.

Classic Signals: Student shares Thanksgiving history

For most college students, Thanksgiving break is a time to unwind, relax with family and prepare for the final stretch of the fall semester.

Classic Signals: Students find niche at College

In 1991, the College provided social, cultural and academic clubs for students who were eager to get involved on campus.

Classic Signals: Freshmen take first pick at class schedules

As students approach the halfway point of the fall 2017 semester, they are reminded by countless emails from Records and Registration to meet with advisers and prepare their spring 2018 schedule.

Classic Signals: Students show Lions pride at Spirit Week

Each year, alumni and current students at the College gather for the most anticipated event of the year — Homecoming.

Students should not let stress become overwhelming

Everyone is always under stress. Stress is a part of growing up and being an adult. I’ve been in denial about graduating in December, but this period of feeling “sorry” for myself truly opened up my eyes to what’s really important in life.

Local rap artist shot dead near campus

A local rapper was shot to death outside his home, about a mile from the College, early Thursday morning.

Celeb Spotlight: Hollywood rings for Puerto Rico

Hollywood was ringing off the hook this week as stars from all industries banded together to raise money for those affected by Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.

Classic Signals: Students seek last-minute tutoring for exams

As the College reaches its halfway point in the semester, students may start to feel the stress of preparing for midterm exams.

Social justice commission releases final report

The Advisory Commission on Social Justice: Race and Educational Attainment released its final report and recommendations approved by the College’s President R. Barbara Gitenstein on Sept. 5.

Classic Signals: Students donate goods to tsunami victims

Over the past two months, the United States was a victim of three devastating hurricanes.

Classic Signals: College prioritizes minority inclusion

Over the past few months, the College has significantly planned and redefined what diversity means to the campus community.

Classic Signals: Flu vaccinations in high demand

The flu returns to campus year after year, impacting the students, faculty and staff of the College community.

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