In the aftermath of this year’s contentious midterm election, TCNJ Students for Life held a presentation titled “Lies Pro-Choice Politicians Tell” on Nov. 7 at the Kendall Hall Main Stage Theater. […]
Literacy is a significantly valuable skill in society. Whether it be through computers, phones, newspapers, books, flyers, signs or one of the many other sources of the written word, people read regardless of their ethnicity, socio-economic background and physical ability. […]
Adjunct professor Mark Edwards met Bryant in 2014 while Bryant was blowing leaves outside of Edwards’ apartment in Princeton. After hearing Bryant’s story of being falsely convicted of rape and murder, Edwards asked Bryant, now 61, to share his side of the story.
Renowned journalist Lara Logan offered insight to aspiring student journalists and experienced faculty members alike during a presentation hosted by the School of Arts and Communication in Mayo Concert Hall on Wednesday, Sept. 26.
After a few club announcements and a brief prayer, the New Jersey Christian Fellowship introduced guest speaker Jonathan Walton for the NJCF’s “How does God view diversity?” event in the Student Center Room 100E on Thursday, Sept. 6.
Introduced during Welcome Week, the College’s newest mobile app, Roar*, provides students a faster way to communicate, learn about campus organizations and stay up to date on the latest events across campus.