Visit Down Under leaves student with lifelong memories

April 30, 2008 Katerina Gkionis 0

Karen Robinson, senior biology and health and exercise science major, studied abroad in Sydney, Australia, during the fall semester of her junior year.

“To be honest, you don’t get much farther from Ewing than Sydney, Australia,” she said.

Along with her roommate Krista Going, senior elementary education and math, science and technology major, Robinson took a flight across the Pacific to the land Down Under. […]

Senior gets schooled in Bolivia

April 16, 2008 Katerina Gkionis 0

Alana Richards, senior elementary education/art major, already knows what the next two years of her life will look like. After traveling out of the country for the first time this past semester, she received an offer to be a third grade teacher at the American Cooperative School in Bolivia. […]

Out of New Jersey and into the world

April 2, 2008 Katerina Gkionis 0

Certain phrases became commonplace last semester when I had the opportunity to study abroad at Oxford University in England, like “Hiyaa, would like you me to top up your beverage? Cheers.”

Though I was extremely nervous about leaving my friends and family, my time abroad ended up being one of the greatest experiences of my life, and other students who have studied abroad probably feel the same. […]

Charlie Brown’s woe woos audience

December 6, 2006 Katerina Gkionis 0

The stage was set and audience members took their seats. It was 8 p.m. and it was time to start the show. The Don Evans Black Box Theater was full and everyone waited in anticipation to travel back in time to childhood and view TCNJ Musical Theater’s (TMT) production of “You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown,” which ran Nov. […]

Are you a good witch or a bad witch?

November 8, 2006 Katerina Gkionis 0

She was dressed in black. She wore a cape. There was a broom right by her throughout the entire show. She told us of spells. Of course, she must be a horrible, grotesque witch? Or so you thought.

Mary Lynn Hopps, director of Women in Learning and Leadership (WILL) and professor of women’s and gender studies, “bewitched and bedazzled” the audience on Halloween night at the annual Witch Lecture. […]

‘Love Your Body, Love Your Partner,’ express yourself

November 1, 2006 Katerina Gkionis 0

“More than three women are murdered each day by an intimate partner in the U.S.,” Kari Osmond said at “Love your Body, Love your Partner” on Thursday, Oct. 19, in honor of Domestic Violence Awareness (DVA) Week. Osmond, sophomore women’s and gender studies and political science major, was one of many students who planned the event, which was held in the Rathskellar. […]

Faculty proves that practice makes perfect

October 18, 2006 Katerina Gkionis 0

The faculty of the music department amazed its own students and members of the campus community at the annual TCNJ Music Faculty Gala on Tuesday, Oct. 10. Sponsored by the Music Educators National Conference, American String Teachers Association, American Choral Directors Association and the music department, the show was one night of classy, melodious, first-class enjoyment and learning. […]

Students can share their words at SRS

October 11, 2006 Katerina Gkionis 0

The power of the word never ceases to amaze people, not only around this campus but around the world as well. The opportunity to express one’s intellectual thoughts or innermost angst can be fulfilled right on this campus through the Student Reading Series (SRS). […]

Big Orange Cone-not just for construction

September 27, 2006 Katerina Gkionis 30

Big Orange Cone wanted to “give a little bit” to the College as it rocked out singing some of the most popular rock songs last Tuesday night in the Rathskellar. The cover band, made up of five young men, lit up the stage as it has done for the past five years visiting the College. […]