The schools of Engineering and Science recently co-sponsored a presentation by Columbia University mechanical engineering Professor Hod Lipson in Mayo Concert Hall. On Wednesday, April 20, Lipson spoke to a group of students and faculty at the College about his research on self-aware and self-replicating robots.
Sexual harassment is an issue that affects people around the world, including students at the College. Communication studies Professor Susan Ryan, who serves as the chair of the Committee on Student and Campus Community, organized two open fora to discuss changes to Title IX — a policy that examines sexual assault on campuses and how colleges can address it — and the Student Conduct Code.
During its weekly meeting on Wednesday, April 20, the Student Finance Board (SFB) concluded its fiscal year by funding two retreats and hearing an update on the College Union Board’s (CUB) Funival.
Daniel W. Crofts, a former history professor at the College, held a student panel discussion on his book, “Lincoln and the Politics of Slavery: The Other 13th Amendment and the Struggle to Save the Union,” on Thursday, April 21, in room 106 of Loser Hall.
With the return of spring, the foliage and flowers are not the only things coming back to life on campus. The College’s chapter of Phi Mu Alpha, a specialized music fraternity, was rechartered on Sunday, April 3.
On the gray, rainy morning of Saturday, April 23, TCNJ Society for Treatments and Awareness of Neuromuscular Disease (STAND) enlightened the College about Parkinson’s disease.
Junior interactive multimedia (IMM) majors Chris Lundy and Ryan Laux both received the Polansky Fellowship. The grant will be used to fund two basic filming and editing seminars led by the duo that will be available for both the College and Trenton, N.J., communities.
The TCNJ Ski and Snowboard Club and the TCNJ Political Union both earned Student Government (SG) recognition at the Wednesday, April 20, general body meeting, amid votes and debates about bills.
During its weekly meeting on Wednesday, April 13, the Student Finance Board (SFB) allocated funds for several upcoming events, ranging from live shows to cultural celebrations.
Students attending A Day to End Rape Culture, hosted by Anti-Violence Initiatives (AVI), on Tuesday, April 12, were immediately hit with positive energy, despite the sensitive subject matter of the expo-style event.
College journalism alumnus James Queally (’09) is now a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter.
The College’s Foundation recently released its revised mission statement, making known its philanthropic support for the school.
On an exceptionally warm day in mid-March, friends approached TCNJ Environment Club President Eric Mauro and asked him, “Hey, global warming — how do you feel about it?”