An explosion at an Oktoberfest celebration in Huntington Beach, Calif., left several people injured just after 8 p.m. on Oct. 5, according to CBS News. The event, an American version of the German celebration, usually lasts for two months, according to NBC News. […]
On Sept. 23 the College will welcome a new vice president for facilities management, Michael Dixon, who will be responsible for aspects pertaining to the College’s operations, constructions, management, design, real estate and planning. […]
While two groups of teenagers have a meetup that makes them reconsider their prejudices against each other, one of their mothers gets obsessed with a kitchen bowl. This dichotomy between the grand and the mundane starts off the second season of a show that often perfectly balances the two. […]
Twelve senior fine arts majors spearheaded the grand opening of their senior showcase, LOUD, on Saturday, May 4 at 1 p.m, displaying their self-designed projects that they have been working on since January. […]
Music burst through the air during the Jazz Ensemble’s performance on Saturday, April 13 at 8 p.m. in Kendall Hall. The ensemble, directed by Assistant Director of Music Gary Feinberg, opened with “Strike up the Band” […]
A night of comedy, entertainment and activism emerged as soon as performance artist Alok Vaid-Menon took the stage. “Femme in Public,” which was hosted by PRISM on Friday, April 5 at 8:30 p.m. in Mayo Concert […]
On April 1, the TCNJ Today website announced that the English department would become the Department of Imaginary Languages and Cultures and would begin teaching classes on subjects including Klingon and magic spells.
On March 24, The New York Times reported on the state of emergency at the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota where a number of residents were stranded by severe flooding in the Midwest. […]