The first time freshman journalism major Dylan Calloway wondered about the College’s water quality was when he saw a picture of a moldy pipe near Eickhoff Hall on TCNJ.snap. This inspired him and several other students to research further into the College’s water quality, as part of a group project for their journalism class, Writing for Interactive Multimedia. […]
In these self-regulated conditions, the Advisory Commission on Social Justice held an open forum on Thursday, April 13, in the Library Auditorium. Students were able to discuss the implications of naming the College’s admission building, Paul Loser Hall, after a segregationist.
Amnesty International hosted a Syrian Refugee Crisis Lecture on Wednesday, April 12, in which three College professors presented different aspects of the Syrian refugee crisis. The audience learned about the origin of the Syrian civil war, the devastating health implications it has had on civilians and refugees, and why this human rights crisis needs to be addressed. […]
At approximately 8:10 p.m. on April 7, an officer was requested on reports of an intoxicated underage female at the Student Recreation Center, where TCNJ EMS was stationed for the Spring Concert. Upon arrival, the officer met with a female student who appeared intoxicated. The student had slurred speech, glassy eyes and could not stand up straight — all consistent signs of someone who is under the influence of alcohol, according to police reports. […]
Gubernatorial candidate John Wisniewski came to the College on Thursday, April 13, so students and members of the local community could have some of their questions about New Jersey’s future answered. […]
Robin DiAngelo, an author and professor of racial and social justice, came to Mayo Concert Hall on Tuesday, April 11, to suggest a new way of looking at racism. Her goal was to expose people to the unconscious power of the “white narrative” in America, so the audience could be more racially sensitive. […]
Professors, librarians and professional staff members of the College parked themselves outside of Green Hall on Wednesday, April 12, wielding picket signs in order to send a potent message.
“What do we want?” asked John Krimmel, criminology department chair and president of the College’s chapter of the American Federation of Teachers.
“Contract,” the College’s faculty replied.
“When do we want it?”
The Brown Bag Lecture series invited Hilary Woodward, digital director for the National Women’s Law Center of Washington D.C., on Friday, April 7, to discuss the ways nonprofits can leverage social media for advocacy and public education.
Studying for finals, scrambling with projects and cramming in papers is the way most college students end their roller coaster ride of a semester. For seniors, applying to jobs for post-graduation is added into that mix of stressors.
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. […]