November 26, 2020

Students write for human rights across the globe

March 2, 2020 Signal Contributor 0

Whether it be sexism, racism or any other form of discrimination, suppression of human rights is an unfortunate global reality. After hearing about these tragic events, Americans often feel powerless in their ability to reduce the suffering endured by those who live halfway across the globe. Last month, students at the College proved that this doesn’t have to be the case. […]

First-generation students break boundaries

March 2, 2020 Julia Meehan 0

When Ana Gutiérrez first immigrated to the United States three years ago, she was still learning English, and college wasn’t really on her mind. Now as a sophomore communications studies major, she proudly shared her journey to college in front of a large room of students, faculty and alumni. […]

Lions’ Plate: Savory Pulled Pork

March 2, 2020 Elizabeth Casalnova 0

I am sharing another slow cooker recipe this week because they are as easy as it gets. You can quickly toss everything in your slow cooker and leave for classes, and by the time you come home at night, you’ll have dinner waiting for you. […]

Campus Style: Smart packing for spring break

March 2, 2020 Marina Zupko 0

Around this time of year, college students are hustling to find the perfect spring break destination. Spring break isn’t cheap, so after booking the flight and hotel, it may feel like you’re really pushing your luck in spending money. There are many smart hacks to avoid extra fees — an important one is to not check a bag. But how can you fit five-days worth of stuff into a carry on? Here is how I utilize the price hack while still being able to carry my favorite items anywhere I travel. […]

Classic Signals: Seniors balance their final semester

February 24, 2020 Liya Davidov 0

The spring semester brings colder dorm rooms, tougher courses and new challenges, making it difficult to find a balance between living in the moment and looking forward to the next break. In an Oct. 2002 issue of The Signal, the former editor-in-chief reflected on what life as a senior means in terms of balancing school work, job applications and friends. […]

Lions’ Plate: Buffalo Chicken Dip

February 24, 2020 Elizabeth Casalnova 0

While this recipe isn’t as healthy as the others I’ve shared, it is still the perfect dish to bring to a potluck with your friends or neighbors. Buffalo chicken dip is easy to make, transport and serve. It is one of my favorite things to bring when my friends and I have group dinners because everyone loves it! The recipe is ideal for busy college kids who don’t have a lot of time to spend in the kitchen. […]

Princeton hosts “How to convince people to invest with you”

February 20, 2020 Conrad Malinowski 0

Watch out New York City — New Jersey is quickly becoming the new hotbed for ground-breaking and cutting-edge ideas. The newly-founded Innovation & Entrepreneurship Council of the Mercer Princeton Chamber of Commerce is bringing together startups, entrepreneurs, educational institutions and funding organizations to drive and support economic growth right here in the greater Princeton Area. […]

Classic Signals: Have fun without breaking the bank

February 17, 2020 Liya Davidov 0

College students often face the inner debate of what to spend their money on and when it is appropriate to dip into their savings account when their debit card is running low. With Campus Town restaurants a short walk away and apps like DoorDash and GrubHub ready to deliver at 3:30 a.m. when the cravings hit, it’s important to think about our purchasing decisions and work on creating better spending habits. […]

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