Thursday, April 15, 2021

Jibran Abbasi

Students reflect on personal afflictions with Covid-19

Since the beginning of the pandemic, the virus has been affecting people all around the world — and students at the College are no exception. Covid-19 has continued to spread on the College’s campus, despite safety protocols at the national and local level to slow it down.

Probe uncovers College’s financial status amidst pandemic, remote semester

A Signal probe dove into the examination of the College’s 2020 to 2021 fiscal year plans and the resulting change in management of allocation of education and infrastructure funding, price hikes and expected revenue losses due to Covid-19. 

Campus Police holds virtual training session

Campus Police and the Division of Equity & Inclusion organized a training session on hate crimes versus bias-based incidents, led by Mercer County prosecutor Heather Hadley via Zoom on Sept. 22. 

College alumnus guides pre-law students

The College’s Pre-Law Society organized a Q&A session between students interested in pursuing law and alumnus Aaron Conyer via Zoom on Sept. 9. 

Bob Woodward releases tapes suggesting Trump downplayed virus

Longtime Journalist Bob Woodward has released tapes that appear to capture President Trump trying to mitigate "panic" over the virus.

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