Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Kimberly Ilkowski

Performers enthrall spectators at CUB Alt

Each artist who performed at the latest CUB Alt installment on Tuesday, March 21, debuted new songs never before played in front of a live audience. Philly favorites Hurry, the charismatic Chris Farren and headliner Eskimeaux all tried out new material during their sets in the Decker Social Space.

Turnover makes triumphant comeback at CUB Alt

The evening’s crowd was a dedicated one — across the room people sang along to every word while some started a mosh pit in the middle of the crowd.

WTSR New Noise: The Dirty Nil & I The Mighty

This week, WTSR music staff member Kimberly Ilkowski highlights some of the best new albums that the College’s own radio station, 91.3 FM WTSR,...

Famed feminist, Steinem, gives lecture

True to form, when feminist icon and social activist Gloria Steinem visited the College on Wednesday, March 2, she split her time evenly between lecturing and leading an open discussion of ideas among herself and those in attendance. After all, Steinem is no stranger to bringing people together in their beliefs.

William Beckett performs small acoustic show

By Kimberly Ilkowski Arts & Entertainment Editor They say don’t meet your heroes, but they certainly weren’t accounting for the grace and charm fans would encounter...

Tips to land the internship of your dreams

For many sophomores and juniors at the College, the pressure is on to score the perfect summer internship. The process can come across as daunting in the beginning with the countless cover letters to write and applications to fill out. One of the best ways to combat this fear is to just get started! Start anywhere, just to get your feet wet, and begin to understand what potential employers are looking for in their internship applicants. Once you get the ball rolling, you’ll be surprised by how efficiently you will be able to answer application questions and market yourself to companies.

In memoriam: Alan Rickman & David Bowie

By Michael Battista Sports Editor  On Thursday, Jan. 14, actor Alan Rickman passed away at the age of 69 after a private six-month battle with pancreatic...

Foo Fighters release new EP ‘Saint Cecilia’

By Kimberly Ilkowski Arts & Entertainment Editor If Foo Fighters want fans around the world to know one thing, it’s that music has the power to...

Bleachers and MoBo hit a home run

By Kimberly Ilkowski Arts & Entertainment Editor New Jersey is notorious for being the most hated state in America, but if you ask Jack Antonoff, he’ll...

Famed reporter Soledad O’Brien talks diversity

In the early 1970s, Soledad O’Brien posed for a family photo on the front lawn of her home in the suburbs of Long Island, dressed head-to-toe in polyester stripes and sporting a thick afro. Her black and Cuban mother, white and Australian father and five equally afroed brothers and sisters were not the picture of the average American family at the time.

Friends Feast at Trenton Food Truck Festival

By Sydney Shaw, Jessica Ganga and Kimberly Ilkowski News Editor, Features Editor and Arts & Entertainment Editor  Big eyes, empty stomachs, can’t lose. On Saturday, Sept....

Faculty exhibition highlights evolving forms of artwork

With a surge of energy, a sea of students, faculty and community members entered the College’s latest art exhibition, “Fluctuations,” where waves of attendees filled the room to the brim — only for them to recede in anticipation of the next tide of guests.

Classic Signals: April ’03 Junior Year Transitions

By Kimberly Ilkowski Features Editor The final issue of the Spring 2003 semester featured a heartfelt confession on the struggles of transitioning into junior year. Sports...

The Wonder Years frontman performs acoustically

Dan “Soupy” Campbell began his two-day residency at the College playing an intimate, acoustic set in the Rathskeller with his solo project Aaron West and the Roaring Twenties on Friday, April 24. The following night, however, Campbell took a complete 180, bursting with energy as he performed with his band The Wonder Years during CUB’s Spring Concert.

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