Wednesday, January 27, 2021

Tom Ballard

College appoints new dean to the School of Humanities and Social Sciences

By Tom Ballard News Assistant Future historians, criminologists, philosophers and political scientists here at the College now have a new dean. In an email from Thursday,...

The Signal asks… How do you feel about campus construction?

“I wish they would stop building. I think all the buildings are fine. They just need Wi-Fi. They could knock down Forcina (Hall), I guess.”

Panel fights to dispel immigrant stereotypes

Undocumented immigrants do not pay taxes. They take away jobs from documented Americans. An overwhelming majority of immigrants are Latino. Immigrants only have children in America in order to secure residency or citizenship. It is easy to become a U.S. citizen. Those were the stereotypes that the sisters of Lambda Theta Alpha (LTA) and the El Centro team at the Bonner Institute seeked to dispel in their inaugural Immigration Panel Discussion held in the Education Building on Wednesday, Nov. 18.

College unites in push for peace

While the world has recently been stricken with tragedy — from the attacks in Paris and Lebanon, to the protests at the University of Missouri and unrest at other colleges across the nation — the College hopes to start a push for peace. To do so, the College is focusing on starting conversations many feel “uncomfortable” talking about — primarily race and religion.

Search for School of HSS dean continues

By Tom Ballard News Assistant The College hosted a session of open fora last week that allowed the campus community to meet the four candidates for...

DPhiE promotes self-love and acceptance

By Tom Ballard News Assistant Love my body, love your body, love every body: that was the message that the sisters of Delta Phi Epsilon (DPhiE)...

Engineering students gear up for competition

By Tom Ballard News Assistant What has four wheels, a suspension and is student-produced here at the College? The answer is the Mini Baja Society of...

Students’ standardized test scores suffer

The recent release of the New Jersey results for the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) exam proved to be a failure for New Jersey students and teachers.

Spirit Week raises Homecoming hype

The College was perfused with blue and gold last week during Spirit Week, which sought to raise pride for the school, leading up to its Homecoming on Saturday, Oct. 24.

2014 Security and Fire Safety Report released

The College recently released its annual Security and Fire Safety Report for the year of 2014, published on Thursday, Oct. 1. The report contains crime and fire statistics taken by Campus Police and student-reported incidents from the past three years.

Democratic presidential candidates debate

On Tuesday, Oct. 13, the five Democratic presidential candidates took the stage for the CNN/Facebook-hosted debate in Las Vegas. In honor of it being midterm season here at the College, I decided that it was only right for the participants to be graded on their performances, as well.

Students provide powerful poetry at ‘Slam’

By Tom Ballard Staff Writer Senior communications major Porsche Lee Carmichael was proclaimed the victor of INK’s Slam Down The Walls poetry competition on Friday, Oct....

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