A win on Prudential Center ice

October 30, 2014 Julie Kayzerman 0

After the College’s ice hockey team felt a discouraging 2-0 loss against Rider, they took the ice the following day on the main rink at the Prudential Center, where they rolled over NJIT, 6-2. While […]

Sporting a legacy of family and discipline

September 2, 2014 Julie Kayzerman 0

Starting off mornings rowing together at 5 a.m. and working to move in perfect unison as one cohesive team, the members of TCNJ Crew must hone a high level of discipline in order to achieve success. But as far as achieving a close connection with one another, it’s clear they’ve already succeeded at that. […]

Field hockey top ranked

August 26, 2014 Julie Kayzerman 0

Losing only one graduation senior last year, veterans of the women’s field hockey team have formed a close-knit bond that will be a key factor in its anticipated success in the upcoming season. […]

‘Neknomination’ challenge sweeps across campus

April 24, 2014 Julie Kayzerman 0

What started out in Australia has quickly begun sweeping the United States. Now, it has reached the College campus. Everything about the “neknomination” changes, from the types of drinks people use to who is being nominated for the challenge. But despite traveling from Australia to the College, the game has managed to keep a constant in all of its change — it’s lethal to the body and unforgiving to the future.

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