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Water Watch documentary makes students think twice about bottled water

Water Watch, a College club dedicated to helping the environment, presented an eye-opening documentary on the misuse of bottled water throughout the world on Monday, Dec. 5.

Breaking: Police arrest man likely linked to campus car thefts

Trenton Police arrested a man found driving a Honda Civic that had previously been reported missing by a student at the College, according to an email sent out on Dec. 14 by Campus Police.

Breaking: Armed robberies reported off campus

Campus Police were advised earlier today of two reported armed robberies taking place in different areas off campus. An armed robbery allegedly involving...

Joe Wenderoth offends some, amuses others

Joe Wenderoth took the microphone in his hands, stared for a few seconds at his audience, and said in his trademark voice that contains hints of lunacy: “Can you all hear me?"

Radiothon Don: A conversation with Kyle Smith

The Signal talks to Kyle Smith, a WTSR DJ who interviewed artists, writers and musicians during a 24-hour broadcast from Thursday, Oct. 27 to Friday, Oct. 28.

Cop Shop: greeting desk taken from Cromwell

A three-foot long, six-foot wide white wooden greeting desk was taken between 2 a.m. and 10 p.m. on Monday Nov. 30 from Cromwell Hall,...

College loses a leader

The College lost a member of its family on Oct. 13 when Jessie R. Turk, professor emeritus, passed away at St. Barnabus Medical Center...

Mixed Signals deliver “Queer Comedy”

Students gathered in the lounge between Traverse/Wolfe Hall on Friday Oct. 23 in anticipation for “Queer Comedy” night, chatting animatedly before the show began....

Rivera delivers in comedy show

Hopes were high for headliner Erik Rivera of Thursday’s two-man comedy show event featuring Rivera and opener Vlaadimir Caamano. Billed as “one of New...

Lions lose against Kean after three-win streak

It was fun while it lasted. The College’s three-week honeymoon of prolific scoring with little disagreement ended this past Friday courtesy of Kean University, namely...

Lions compete in Brooks Paul Short Run

The College’s cross country teams brushed elbows in a fight for coveted real estate with nationally acclaimed Division I, II, and III programs at...

ACT stages “protest”

Members of All College Theatre (ACT) staged a fake protest last Thursday, Oct. 1, to promote its production of Arthur Miller's "The Creation of...

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