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Kimberly Ilkowski

Kim’s Declassified: Four Types of People You See In Eickhoff

By Kimberly Illowski Features Editor  Cue the lunchroom scene of “Mean Girls.” Whether it’s floating around our sub-conscious or a deliberate decision, like wearing pajamas to class,...

Classic Signals: Dec. 1997 rare Whitman manuscript found

By Kimberly Ilkowski Features Editor In the December 1997 issue of the paper, student reporter Peter Croatta wrote about the recent discovery of rare works by...

Sorority Noise ignites crowd during Rat show

A bright full moon and fresh orders of cheese fries began the first Tuesday night CUBRat show of the semester which featured a highly anticipated performance by Sorority Noise and the local outfit Archie Alone on Feb. 3, in the Rathskeller.

Have Mercy draws largest Rat crowd in years

CUBRat had one of its biggest turnouts in years during its first show of the spring semester, with New Jersey bands Forever Losing Sleep and On Your Marks opening for alternative rockers Have Mercy on Friday, Jan. 30, in the Rathskeller.

Classic Signals: In 1960 91.3 WTSR gets its start

By Kimberly Ilkowski Features Editor Before it was The Signal, the College’s newspaper was called State Signal and was a bi-weekly publication. State Signal subscriptions went...

Misterwives revitalize student spirits at concert

By Kimberly Ilkowski Features Editor There’s no better way to start off the semester than a night of dazzling lights, wicked dance moves and exuberant live...

Kim’s Declassified: Four Ways To Start Spring Semester Right

By Kimberly Ilkowski Features Editor Time flies when you’re sleeping until noon everyday. Winter break, in all its frigid and festive glory, has finally come to...

Classic Signals: October 1985 chance of co-ed dorms

By Kimberly Ilkowski Features Editor This year, The Signal enters its 130th year of publication. To celebrate the occasion, we’ve wiped the dust off of Signals...

Local rock trio Monterey releases new EP

After being together for six years and crafting several releases, the guys in Monterey have learned a thing or two. Whether it’s how to survive a gig in a claustrophobe’s nightmare of an overflowing frat basement or how to stop riots at The Stone Pony, which ended with dudes being dragged out in headlocks by female bouncers, the band takes it all in stride. Following the fall release of their EP “Sailors” and a string of tour dates this winter, who knows what they’ll get themselves into next.

Kim’s Declassified: 6 Things You’ll Miss About College When You’re Home For Winter Break

By Kimberly Ilkowski Review Editor As we enter December and finals week and drag our bodies over the finish line of this semester all anyone can...

‘Mulaney’ co-stars make the crowd roar

The comedy show featured the explosive personality of opener Seaton Smith and self-deprecating humor of longtime “Saturday Night Live” writer John Mulaney.

Good Luck Spaceman causes chaos in the Rat

Napkin dispensers and bottles of condiments were tossed around the stage as students threw down at the Rathskeller for the final student band night of the semester, on Friday, Nov. 21. CUBRat, in part with The Public Health Communication’s Club, brought in all-student bands including Schiffing and Handling, Good Luck Spaceman and Save Face to help raise awareness for men’s health issues for Movember.

Aikido booted from wrestling room

By Kimberly Ilkowski Review Editor At the beginning of each practice, members of the College’s storied Kokikai Aikido Club dress in proper attire, set up mats...

Kim’s Declassified: 30 Thoughts Everyone Has While Walking To Class

By Kimberly Ilkowski Review Editor I know classes can be boring and stressful, but just getting there is half the battle. Walking to class is like...

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