New chapel construction raises sizeable concerns

September 9, 2003 Kelly Meisberger 0

Construction has begun on the new chapel, which is expected to reach completion in the spring of 2004. However, some members of the campus community have voiced displeasure with the limited size of the new building.

The new chapel will be shared by the Catholic, Protestant, Jewish and Islamic ministries, as well as be used for secular activities. […]

Alcohol transports increase from 2001-02 to 2002-03

September 9, 2003 Catherine Galioto 0

The number of students who were transported by Campus Police to area hospitals for drunkenness last year was nearly doubled that of the year prior.

These alcohol transports totaled 71 last year, while only 40 incidents were reported in 2001-02, according to Lynette Harris, College disciplinary officer and assistant dean of Student Life. […]

Network problems disrupt parking, ticketing procedures

September 9, 2003 Matthew K. Fair 0

As a result of the network problems the College has experienced in recent weeks, a miscommunication developed that caused some students to receive tickets for “lack of a valid decal” on Aug. 26.

The miscommunication between Parking Services and Campus Police occurred because of a system error, Ray Nesci, professional services specialist for Campus Police, said. […]

Organizations can supply own yearbook photos

September 9, 2003 Matthew K. Fair 0

In past years, student organizations at the College have had their yearbook photos taken standing against the brick exterior of the Brower Student Center.

This year, however, The Seal, the College’s yearbook, is giving groups the opportunity to provide their own pictures. […]

New phone plans try to compete with cellular service

September 9, 2003 copress 0

The College has introduced seven phone plans this fall that mirror the rates and deals offered by cell phone companies.

This effort is an attempt to remain competitive, as more students opt to use cell phones.

The phone plans range from $12 per month for 100 minutes to $40 per month for 500 minutes. […]

Residence Life reforms move-in procedures

August 25, 2003 Kristen Anastos 1

While freshman class numbers have allowed for significant residence hall reorganization, a new early arrival system has increased the safety and organization of upperclassmen arrivals.

Freshman move-in day

According to John Stafford, director of Residence Life, this year’s freshman move-in day went smoothly. […]

College breaks ground for new apartments

August 25, 2003 Signal Staff 0

Ground has been broken on site for the new parking deck, which will replace lots 6, 6A and 6B and the apartment complexes behind the Pennington Road transfer housing.

According to John Stafford, director of Residence Life, the new apartments will add 600 beds to the campus and will be for junior and senior students only. […]

VOX fliers spread awareness of reproduction rights

April 29, 2003 Tom Vourtsis 0

A series of controversial fliers relating to reproductive rights has been put on display in most buildings at the College.

VOX: Voices of Planned Parenthood, a student organization, posted copies of 12 different fliers, in early April, in an effort to increase campus awareness of reproductive rights, according to Liz Noyes, director of Public Affairs for the Planned Parenthood Association of the Mercer Area. […]

Cop Shop

April 29, 2003 Heather Altz 0

A student reported to Campus Police on Thursday, April 3 at 10 a.m. and said that his vehicle was sprayed with whipped and shaving creams while it was parked in Lot 11A.

Between the hours of 8:30 p.m. and 10:45 p.m. on Tuesday, April 1, person(s) unknown sprayed whipped and shaving creams on his vehicle. […]

Portera: I am nothing without Gorski

April 29, 2003 Casey Dyer 0

Nadia Gorski, former executive vice president, was sworn in by Chris Portera as the new executive president at Wednesday’s meeing. Portera, former executive president, thanked many members individually, including his fellow executive board members and Gorski, saying, “without you I was nothing. […]

Master plan announced

April 29, 2003 Jeanine Skowronski 0

It wasn’t budget cuts that changed the College’s master plan for campus construction. Rather, the College had to first settle a dispute with members of the Ewing community who did not want a parking deck built behind the houses on Pennington Road.

“Basically, the township asked us to do two things,” Pete Mills, capital planning executive and president of the Trenton State Corporation (TSC), said. […]

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