What started as an anonymously-run Snapchat account with just a few followers has quickly exploded into a multipurpose platform for students from The College of New Jersey to share ideas, events and happenings around campus.
Brian Sella of The Front Bottoms performed his first-ever solo show at the College on Tuesday. He sat down with The Signal to discuss his hopes to write and soundscape an audiobook and the band’s plan to revisit “My Grandma vs. Pneumonia.”
What happens when an underage student calls for help in an alcohol-related emergency at The College of New Jersey? Campus Police and administrators discuss the College’s amnesty policy in detail.
Waka Flocka Flame puts on an explosive performance at The College of New Jersey’s Welcome Back Concert on Saturday, Jan. 30. The rapper played hits like “No Hands” and “Wild Boy.”
Waka Flocka Flame sat down with The Signal newspaper at The College of New Jersey on Saturday, Jan. 30, to discuss his latest trend of dropping mixtapes, rather than albums, and his exploration of electronic music.
Stanton spent the evening at The College of New Jersey on Tuesday, Nov. 17, to share his own story with the College and to encourage students to get familiar with failure.
“Humans of New York” founder Brandon Stanton visited The College of New Jersey on Tuesday, Nov. 17, to discuss his photoblog and his #1 New York Times bestselling book.