Monday, January 18, 2021

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College gears up for electric vehicle charging stations

By Tom Ballard News Editor A new program has the College driving in a greener direction. On Wednesday, July 27, the College hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony...

The College is among best value schools, MONEY mag says

In MONEY magazine’s recent “Best Colleges for Your Money” rankings, the College ranked 39th for public colleges and 94th in the nation for colleges with the best value.

Why the College’s tuition is increasing again this year

The College’s Board of Trustees unanimously voted to increase the price of tuition and fees by 2.25 percent for the 2016-17 academic year at its July meeting.

College’s counseling graduate program ranks amongst best in nation

The College’s graduate program in counseling has recently been rated as one of the best in the nation, according to SR Education Group, an online education publisher.

College alumni and students named 2016 NJ STEM teaching fellows

The Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship (WWNF) announced 62 New Jersey teaching fellows for 2016 — including two College alumni and 15 future College graduate students — during an event held at the Statehouse in Trenton, N.J., on Wednesday, June 15. Gov. Chris Christie attended the event.

Board of Trustees talks possible tuition tactics

The College’s Board of Trustees met on Tuesday, April 26, to discuss a wide range of issues affecting the College, especially the topic of next year’s tuition.

The Signal asks… Do you study for finals?

See what students on the street have to say.

College alumnus, former Signal editor wins Pulitzer

Alumnus James Queally (’09) found out on Monday, April 18, that he and the staff of the Los Angeles Times were being awarded the Pulitzer Prize in breaking news coverage. The staff won the honor for the newspaper’s coverage of the San Bernardino shootings that took place in San Bernardino, Calif., on Wednesday, Dec. 2.

The Signal asks… Who should speak at the College for graduation?

See what students on the street have to say.

The Signal asks… What do you think about Hillary Clinton?

See what students on the street have to say.

Annual Relay for Life raises over $97,000

The College’s Recreation Center was flooded with a sea of purple during Colleges Against Cancer’s (CAC) annual Relay for Life event held on Friday, April 15.

Media Services muffles student success

Media Services’s policy of only allowing movies to be rented out for three hours ignores the needs of students while robbing them of the opportunity to take advantage of what is meant to be a valuable resource.

The Signal asks… What do you think about the class registration process?

“I’ve never had a problem with it, but I know others have said it is stressful.” “I thought it was a little dragged out... (As...

College counselor explains admissions process

There is one thing that every student at the College has in common. Regardless of their geographical background, economic status or academic record, they were all, through some process, accepted to be a student at the College.

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