The sober truth — drinking a detriment to college

September 29, 2004 Matt Esposito 0

Drinking seems to be a rite of passage for any person who enters his or her college years. Once a freshman arrives on campus, he or she is bombarded with fraternities or sororities offering a hand and a party afterwards.

Images of alcohol that appear on posters and bottles are stored away in refrigerators. […]

More advising resources made available to students

September 29, 2004 David Adams 0

In the midst of a transformed credit system, a revamped dining plan and several building projects, the College recently underwent yet another reform within its Academic Services Department.

The College’s Developmental Advising Task Force identified the need for a new and better method of advising students. […]

Cop Shop

September 29, 2004 Raj Rajeraman 0

On Sunday, Sept. 19, at 8:10 p.m., an officer was dispatched to Travers Hall and met with the CA on a report of a simple assault.

The CA stated that a student was on a computer in a room looking at a Web site about T-shirts and left to get his credit card in order to purchase the T-shirts. […]

SGA moves to define senator of science position

September 29, 2004 Sean Marotta 0

The Student Government Association (SGA) approved a bylaw describing the position of the senator of science at its meeting last week.

The new bylaw, read by Eric Pasternack, vice president of legal and governmental affairs, outlines the duties and responsibilities of a senator of science in SGA. […]

SFB funds NABA for Eastern Regional Student Conference

September 29, 2004 Sean Marotta 0

The Student Finance Board’s concerns over cost-effectiveness at its meeting last week almost derailed the National Association of Black Accountant’s request for $1,404.20 to send 10 members to the Eastern Region Student Conference.

“Our goal is to have a stronger chapter at TCNJ,” Andrea Conover, NABA’s president said. […]

Rat ‘not as fun’ without former supervisor

September 29, 2004 Tammy Tibbetts 0

Along with the changes brought on by a new meal plan and class schedule, the Rathskeller, or Rat, is also adjusting to the absence of its former student supervisor, who said he lost his job without any explanation from Sodexho.

Rich Colli, senior general business major, said he finished Spring 2004 semester under the impression that he would be returning in Fall 2004 as co-supervisor of the on-campus bar/restaurant. […]

Voter drives makes it easy to register

September 29, 2004 Candida DeFonseca 0

In anticipation of the approaching Election Day, Nov. 2, the Student Government Association (SGA) sponsored a voter registration drive last week in Brower Student Center to make it easier for students to register.

Every year, SGA’s Legal and Governmental Affairs Committee holds a voter registration drive, though with a hotly contested presidential race only six weeks away, voting has become much more of an issue. […]

Season’s pickings

September 29, 2004 Teresa Rivas 0

Autumn is the perfect season to spend outside. The sun is shining, the humidity is gone and the leaves are turning out symphonies of color. So when you feel the need to commune with nature on the weekends or your day off from classes, look no further than our own Mercer County area for fun fall activities. […]

Faculty art exhibit shows College staff in new light

September 29, 2004 Melissa Hernandez 0

When the College’s art department opened the Holman Hall doors to its “Art Faculty Exhibition” Sept. 15, the College gained a New York-like art gallery on-campus.

“All of the work in the exhibition is highly creative, technically exceptional and worthy of display in any New York gallery,” Judy Masterson, art gallery director, said. […]

On-campus living creates convenience for busy students

September 29, 2004 Daniela Flores 0

Colleen Gill, senior vocal music education major, has enjoyed the convenience of living on-campus for the past three years. Instead of changing something she was happy with, Gill decided to remain on campus for one final year.

Although it seems that a lot of students get fed up with living on campus or just aren’t lucky enough to make the housing lottery, Gill is one the College’s many seniors who decided to make the College their home for four years. […]

Emmy awards mix predictability with surprise

September 29, 2004 Audrey Levine 0

The 56th Annual Emmy Awards came and went, leaving a lasting memory of the same nominees, the same winners and Elaine Stritch’s brassy comment while accepting her award for Outstanding Individual Performance in a Variety, Musical or Comedy Show, “Look at the company I’m in. […]

Bernie Mac scores hit in spite of formulaic plotline

September 29, 2004 Tom Dunford 0

“Mr. 3000” builds a quietly affecting motion picture from one of the most contrived premises ever to hit the silver screen. This near-miraculous feat is due, in no small part, to the wise and funny performance of lead Bernie Mac.

Mac stars as Stan Ross, one of those creeps who we only come across in movies. […]

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