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SFB funds PSA trip to March on the Pentagon

February 28, 2007 Kerry Fiallo 0

The Student Finance Board (SFB) voted to fully fund a bus trip to an anti-war protest sponsored by the Progressive Student Alliance (PSA) at the last meeting.

The March on the Pentagon, which will be held in Arlington, Va., is open to both members and nonmembers of PSA. […]

Country Club moves out

February 28, 2007 Megan DeMarco 0

The Country Club Apartments, which are usually available in the office of Residential and Community Development’s (ORCD) housing lottery for rising juniors and seniors, will not be part of the lottery this year because management is under review.

According to Ryan Farnkopf, manager of Housing Assignments, management of the Country Club Apartments, which are owned by the Trenton State College Corporation (TSCC) and managed by ORCD, is under review to verify that occupants are provided with the best services and programs possible. […]

Osborn unravels the mysteries of pollen

February 28, 2007 Shaun Quigley 0

“Pollen is more than something to sneeze at,” was the sentiment on Wednesday, Feb. 21, when Jeffrey Osborn gave students and faculty alike a presentation on pollen.

Osborn is dean of the School of Science at the College. He studied and earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in botany at Texas State University, before completing his doctorate studies in plant biology at Ohio State University. […]

Senior Week: a new low price, but still no alcohol

February 28, 2007 Michelle McGuinness 0

The Senior Class Council recently announced that ticket prices for this year’s Senior Week have gone down. However, the event still faces problems, including continued disparity between students’ wishes and the College administration’s policy.

The cost of a ticket for Senior Week has already been addressed by the Senior Class Council and the administration. […]

Corzine allots $1.6M more to College

February 28, 2007 Andrew Grant 0

The College will receive a $1.6 million increase in its base appropriation for fiscal year 2008, according to the state budget plan proposed by Gov. Jon S. Corzine on Thursday.

Corzine’s $33.3 billion proposal calls for a $49.3 million increase in total higher education funding from this fiscal year, partially restoring money to a fund that was cut by more than $169 million last year. […]

‘Mad Money’s’ Cramer is bananas, falls to monkey

February 28, 2007 Daniel Pannone 0

I have no reservations about my dislike of James J. Cramer and his antics on his financial show, “Mad Money.”

Cramer has become the voice of the finance world, with “Mad Money” becoming the most popular show on financial news channel CNBC. This proposition is a pretty frightening concept when you consider his on-camera behavior – his high testosterone recommendations, his chair throwing and biting the heads off plastic bears – these are only a few of his antics. […]

Alumnus chronicles dating adventures

February 28, 2007 Kelly Duncan 0

He may not begin every column with, “Today, I got to thinking.” but Ron Geraci, the “male Carrie Bradshaw,” puts a lot of thought into relationships. In Ed@TCNJ’s first event of the semester, The Dating Game: A Magazine Columnist’s Guide to Storytelling & Love, Geraci shared his experiences as a well-known dating columnist. […]

Ask Kayy

February 28, 2007 Signal Editorial Staff 0

Dear Kayy,

I’m a virgin and have had very little hooking-up experience. I am curious about oral sex but my parents told me that “oral sex is sex” and that it’s just as bad as having regular sex with a guy. How is that possible? I’m kind of bored with just making out and I want more. […]

PRISM celebrates civil unions with mock wedding

February 28, 2007 Shannon Clancy 0

One week after Valentine’s Day, love was in the air. An arch of vibrant rainbow-colored balloons floated over silver wedding bells, transforming the atrium of the Social Sciences Building into a wedding chapel. There was a buzz among the many attending students creating an air of excitement. […]

Arcade Fire’s new CD is smokin’ hot

February 28, 2007 Chris Kubak 0

Arcade Fire

“Neon Bible”

3.5 out of 5 stars

I can safely proclaim this album to be one of the most highly anticipated records of 2007, and all you need to do is look at the last two-and-a-half years to see why. The group sold out its initial pressing of its debut LP, received universal critical praise and earned a selection of high-profile fans including David Bowie. […]

First-timers rule at this year’s Oscars

February 28, 2007 Josh Page 0

“If there were no blacks, Jews or gays, there would be no Oscars,” Ellen DeGeneres said in her opening speech as this year’s host of the Academy Awards. The light-hearted and celebratory nature created by DeGeneres in the first 10 minutes of the often dry and monotonous award show set the stage for a night full of well-produced performances and welcomed comic relief. […]

Irizarry speaks out through his music

February 28, 2007 Joseph Hannan 0

If you went to school in Lafayette Township, you might remember a certain soft-spoken young man who confined himself to the back of classrooms and hardly spoke.

If you took the time to get to know him, you would have realized that Jon Irizarry, now a freshman business major and music minor, possesses both a keen intellect and an insightful perspective on life. […]

Students show percussion skills

February 28, 2007 Pooja Shah 0

Students put their percussion talent on display in the College’s second annual Percussion Studio Recital. Held on Feb. 22 in the Mayo Concert Hall, the performers brought percussion, which is usually relegated to the musical background, right to the front. […]

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