The Signal

Serving the College since 1885

Friday January 27th


Wolfe Hall (Ben Gallanter / Signal Contributor)

The new normal: How students feel about residence life, updated Covid-19 policies

For the first time in weeks, students roamed residence halls at the College without masks, allowing their friends a chance to see the lower part of their faces for what might have been the first time this semester. Students relaxed on lounge couches, did their laundry and spoke to their fellow residents, finally able to remove their masks and live a more normal residential college experience. 

Read More »

The SFB office is located in the Brower Student Center on the second floor, where board members can be found during office hours (Rishi Shah / Director of Operations).

Pause in SAF funding has implications for student orgs

Hafsah Shaik opened the email thinking it was just another ordinary update from the Student Finance Board (SFB), casually reading while sitting at work in the library. As she scanned through the email, though, her eyes widened as the gravity of the situation weighed down on her. She could read the words on the screen, but it didn’t seem to register them in her brain.  

Read More »

(Kevin Hornibrook / News Editor)

Jersey Mike’s opens in Campus Town

Jersey Mike’s is a New Jersey staple for submarine sandwiches, with approximately two thousand franchise locations across the United States. The Shoppes at Campus Town, directly outside of the College’s campus, gave Jersey Mike’s another homecoming with a new location, which opened on Feb. 2. 

Read More »

Students are seen walking through the snow after a storm swept through the College (Karla Fonseca / Staff Writer).

Snowstorm causes disorder on campus

The nor’easter that hit along the east coast on the weekend of Jan. 28 brought a slew of complications to the College community. The campus received at least five inches of snow, causing dangerous conditions for students residing on campus.  

Read More »

Arooga’s Grill House and Sports Bar officially opened its doors with a grand opening on Dec. 12 and is now open daily from 11 a.m. to midnight (Sean Leonard / News Editor).

Three years later: Can tragedy strike twice in Campus Town?

Three years ago, the College community suffered one of its worst tragedies in recent history — an incident that is still vividly remembered by faculty, students and their families. Michael T. Sot, a 20-year-old sophomore math major and brother of Phi Kappa Psi from Clark, New Jersey, was fatally hit in a head-on collision while serving as a designated driver for his fraternity.  

Read More »