Congressman Rush Holt’s legislative assistant visited the College on Wednesday, Oct. 24 to talk with Bonner students about politics, his work in the government, and how they can get involved. Andrew Black, a College alumnus, stressed the importance of service, internships and being active for a cause. […]
By Jackie O’Malley Correspondent While most American fathers teach their nine-year-old daughters how to ride a bike, Minh Dang’s father was teaching her how to have sex. After a year of “training,” Dang’s father sold […]
Members of the Bonner Center recently traveled to Washington D.C. to be honored as recipients of the 2010 Higher Education Civic Service Award. The College’s Bonner Center for Community and Civic Engagement was among six […]
By Daniel Weinshenker Correspondent Every year thousands of Americans travel to the Central American country Nicaragua, to volunteer and try to relieve some of the economic and political turmoil that consumes the country. On Tuesday […]
For 39 of the College’s Bonner Scholars, 2008 “started with a bang” – of the hammer that is.
While most students were home, reuniting with high school friends or still recovering from a New Year’s celebration, the Bonner Scholars devoted a week of their Winter breaks to rebuilding homes in New Orleans while blogging about the experience at tcnjbonners. […]
Each year, a student who shows enthusiasm for community service and the ability to encourage the same in others is named Outstanding Student Leader of the Year. This year, Neil Hartmann Jr. was chosen out of 52 nominees to receive the honor.
In a press release, the College listed the criteria for the award as “the ability to motivate others, well- developed communication skills, a demonstrated commitment to improving the College community, strong academic performance, leadership in student organizations and service to others. […]
In these self-regulated conditions, the Advisory Commission on Social Justice held an open forum on Thursday, April 13, in the Library Auditorium. Students were able to discuss the implications of naming the College’s admission building, Paul Loser Hall, after a segregationist.