Sunday, July 25, 2021

Jack Meyers

Jaar emphasizes importance of cultural spaces

With just a few powerful words and images, communities can re-imagine their struggles and recover from catastrophe, explained celebrated artist Alfredo Jaar, who spoke about his work with memorials in the Mayo Concert Hall on Wednesday, April 15.

News Analysis: Cuba and its relations with the US

By Jack Meyers Staff Writer  President Obama opened up the proverbial door of diplomacy to Cuba, a door which has been mostly closed since the early...

Echoes: “Boxing Without Gloves” or My Second Week Abroad

Hola mis amigos, This is Jack, former News Editor for The Signal.  Since I’ve last written for the paper, I’ve moved down south to Pablo...

Gender is more fluid than believed

Transmasculine and queer-identified Liam Oliver Lair debunks the myths about gender and identity.

Painting taken and returned

A student reported to Campus Police on Wednesday, Oct. 30 that she had found the painting of Harold Eickhoff lying in the backyard of her Ewing home with a white bedsheet covering it.

Award-winning director screens new film

Director Alain Gomis came to campus for a screening of his film, “Tey” — the recipient of multiple awards, such as the 2013 FESPACO Gold Stallion Award — last Monday, Oct. 14.

Sleeping student is robbed

On Friday, Oct. 18, the night before Homecoming, three summonses were given by Campus Police for underage consumption of alcohol. The next day Campus Police reported 25 summonses for underage drinking that occurred during the Homecoming festivities.

Princeton Spanish restaurant es delicioso

You know those days when you just walk outside after class and realize you’re in need of some adventure? That’s how I ended up at Despaña, a Spanish market-café fused restaurant in Princeton.

Staying engaged to overcome the commute

Commuting anywhere can be a Herculean task. Commuting to school, on the other hand, takes even more time that traditional students would typically use to socialize and make friends during off-time.

Wall artist up to no good

In the past week, Campus Police were dispatched to five more locations on report of criminal mischief where similar incidents of vandalism to previous weeks were found.

Campus riddled with graffiti

Campus Police discovered yet another instance of graffiti designs on Friday, Sept. 27 at 10 a.m. in the Music Building. On report of criminal mischief, the graffiti read “Make shit happen EVaD” inside the fire door of the Music Building’s basement.

Broken glass, a broken spirit

Campus Police were dispatched to various parking lots on four separate occasions of criminal mischief on Wednesday, Sept. 18.

Graffiti artist strikes thrice

A series of similar graffiti designs were found between Thursday, Sept. 12, at 8:45 a.m. and Saturday, Sept. 14, at 10 a.m.

Two careers, one woman

Be prepared, listen to the community, respond with authenticity, inform and find a compromise. Jennifer Keyes-Maloney, the Ewing Township Council’s newest addition, not only...

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