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The Chip: Junior Confused on Why Coronavirus Has No Lime

The latest pandemic has been a source of fear and crippling anxiety for millenia. In the 14th century, rats carrying the bubonic plague killed almost two thirds of Europe’s population. During the age of exploration, Native American populations across the hemisphere were drastically afflicted through the spread of European diseases such as smallpox, measles and typhus. The end of the first world war saw between 20-50 million people dying from the Spanish Flu. The amount of lost life due to these pandemics is unimaginable.

The Chip: New Year, New Who?

You’ve heard it all before. It’s the first day of the new year — hell, the new decade. You awaken from your deep slumber with a pounding headache and a low degree fever and look at the clock. Great. It’s 2:00 in the afternoon. As you roll out of bed, you acknowledge your disgusting and misshapen body in the mirror. Triumphantly patting your beer belly, you grin from ear to ear, give yourself a quick nod and exclaim, “New year, new me!”

The Chip: Which One Of You TP’d My House?

Tony PerroniSignal Contributor The end of October is one of my favorite times of the year. The smells of neighborhood bonfires, crisp red leaves...

The Chip: Top 10 Last Minute Funny Halloween Costumes

It’s the spookiest time of the year! Pumpkin spice is in the air! Spirit pop-up shops line strip malls across the nation and the turning foliage reminds us all how our youth is fleeting

The Chip: Q: What Are Saturdays For? A: The Boys!

A healthy routine is an absolute necessity for any hard-working college student.

The Chip: My Weekend Without Water

Water — it makes up the very basis of human life. Without it, all life on this planet would surely perish. We drink it. We use it to make Ramen. We do our number 2’s in it, and sometimes, we wash our hands with it after.

Breaking News! WTSR plays music, motivates student to invest in AUX cord

Jonathan Skidmore, a junior biology major, recently purchased an auxiliary cord for his 1997 Toyota Corolla.

Rider Broncos “Find a Way” at Drake Bell Concert

The College student lifestyle can be summed up by one catch-all phrase — work hard, play harder. That’s why after an entire week of classes, clubs and homework, I found it absolutely necessary that on Saturday night, the entire Chip staff went to see former child actor and current one-hit-wonder, Drake Bell, perform at Rider University, located right in our very own backyards in Lawrenceville, New Jersey.

American life takes over Athens campus

On most American campuses, Greek Life is a common part of the college experience. Between philanthropy, professional development and camaraderie, the values that many Greek organizations give to the campus community

Hot Tamale! Our Top 10 Towers Fire Drills!

The College has accumulated a fantastic reputation over the last few years. It is often ranked No. 1 in public regional institutions for higher education — our education programs are held to high esteem and, of course, who can forget about the degenerates that burn mac and cheese in the Towers at 3 a.m?

The Chip: Satire Column Somehow Manages To Get Renewed For Second Season

When people think of satire, they usually think of all the greats: The Onion, “The Daily Show,” Fox News. Poking fun at the news has always been a great American pastime,

Senator Cory Booker Ignoring Student’s Plea for Affordable Tdubs Tenders

Healthcare. The military. Economics. These are all words correlated with the primary issues of the upcoming 2020 presidential election. As the calendar days slip by, Democrats are gearing up to hit the campaign trail and face Republican incumbent President Donald Trump

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