May 30, 2020

InFocus to provide mental health services

April 11, 2017 Michelle Lampariello 1

Students will soon see changes in their health care options for both medical and mental health come the Fall 2017 semester.

Once this semester ends, the TCNJ Clinic, which provides long-term mental care for students will close. Shortly thereafter on June 1, Campus Town’s InFocus Urgent Care will open its doors to students, offering both mental and physical health options. […]

‘Stop Kiss’ explores diversity of love

March 7, 2017 Michelle Lampariello 0

The humanization of characters is an important element of reducing prejudice that many members of the LGBTQ+ community face.

“When a group dehumanizes another group, that’s where we have an issue,” said Julien Blanchard, a sophomore English major who played Peter, Sara’s ex-boyfriend.

Ingrid Michaelson’s new album ‘makes sense,’ despite the name

September 28, 2016 Michelle Lampariello 0

Ingrid Michaelson’s seventh and latest album, “It Doesn’t Have to Make Sense,” is a beautiful reflection of Michaelson’s recent struggles. After suffering from her own health complications, Michaelson lost both her mother and her dog before her marriage to musician Greg Laswell ended in February 2015. Michaelson channels her pain into the new record by mixing together ideas about moving on, drama and determination. […]

Apple’s emoji change won’t make impact

September 3, 2016 Michelle Lampariello 0

Apple recently announced its decision to replace the pistol emoji with a green squirt gun as a symbolic stance in America’s ongoing debate regarding gun control. However, this change reflects more on Apple’s stance on the First Amendment than the Second Amendment. […]

1 3 4 5