The School of Education’s Career and Community Studies (CCS) program, in conjunction with TCNJ’s Best Buddies, presented the documentary “Praying with Lior” on Wednesday, Oct. 26, in the Library Auditorium. The documentary follows Lior Liebling, a boy with Down syndrome, as he prepares for his bar mitzvah. […]
On Wednesday, Oct. 27, B&D presented its market analysis, developed from student input regarding what they like about the towers, and shared with Student Government (SG) members what they plan to implement in the new construction of freshman-year dorm life. […]
The 2016 presidential election has been a contentious one and is the first presidential election in which current students at the College are able to vote. However, many are simply too bewildered to even form a real opinion about the candidates.
The College’s Homecoming tailgate on Saturday, Oct. 29, gave students a chance to enjoy the beautiful weather and spend time with friends. With a temperature hovering around 70 degrees, hundreds of students, alumni and family descended upon Lot 4 to enjoy the day.
Josep M. Armengol, an author of Spanish and American literature and a professor of literature and masculinity studies at Spain’s Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, gave a lecture at the College on Tuesday, Oct. 25. […]
The College’s 29th annual Homecoming Spirit Week was an action-packed celebration of the College, its students and alumni. The beloved tradition kicked off on Tuesday, Oct. 25, and culminated on Saturday, Oct. 29 with the Homecoming tailgate. […]
Campus Police have identified a person of interest in the recent residence hall intrusions, according to an email sent to the campus community by John Collins, Campus Police chief and director of Campus Security, on Thursday, Oct. 27. […]