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Carte Blanche concerns parents

September 22, 2004 Signal Editorial Staff 0

When Pat Connelly toured the College, she envisioned what the life of her son John, sophomore open options major, would be like on campus. Like most mothers, she took interest in where he would eat, sleep and study.

“The thing I was most impressed with was the convenience of my son being able to eat on campus,” she said. […]

College relations welcomes two new staff members

September 22, 2004 Dave Knecht 0

The College has appointed two new staff members to the office of College and Community Relations – Matthew Golden to the position of assistant director of Public Information and Emily Weiss to the position of Public Information Officer and Writer.

Golden has a number of job duties that include, most importantly, supervising public information and community relations. […]

College student indicted for sexual assault, burglary

September 22, 2004 Jenna Lerro 0

A former student at the College was indicted by a Mercer County grand jury on Aug. 31 charged with one count of aggravated sexual assault and one count of third degree burglary.

The student, Shannon Hall, allegedly entered the dorm room of another male student on April 19 at approximately 4 a.m. and performed oral sex, according to Casey DeBlasio, public information officer for the Mercer Country Prosecutor’s office. […]

At first meeting, SFB welcomes Klazmer and Bojdani to board

September 15, 2004 Sean Marotta 0

The Student Finance Board welcomed back its old members, but, more importantly, elected two new freshmen members, Erica Klazmer, open options business major, and Ermal Bojdani, biology major, to the board after interviewing four applicants.

The two other hopefuls were freshman Joe Stathius, chemistry major, and Ryan Marlborough, open options business major. […]

SGA welcomes five new members

September 15, 2004 Sean Marotta 0

The Sodexho Carte Blanche issues that lingered at the end of last semester were revived at the Student Government Association’s first meeting of the semester.

Thea Schoenberg, vice president of student services, announced that John Higgins, general manager for Sodexho, and John Stafford, director of Residence Life, would be present at today’s meeting. […]

College celebrates 150 years

September 15, 2004 Kristina Fiore 0

As both an alumnus and member of the math department faculty, William Hausdoerffer participated in the College’s 100th birthday celebration.

Fifty years later, the 1936 Trenton State Normal School graduate was back to celebrate the College’s 150th birthday, kicking off the Sesquicentennial Celebration with the lighting of the cauldron last Wednesday in Brower Student Center. […]

College ranked most competitive

September 15, 2004 Tammy Tibbetts 0

The College has a new distinction to be proud of: it has just achieved the elite status of “Most Competitive” in Barron’s Profiles of American Colleges, joining the ranks of Ivy Leagues and the nation’s other top schools.

Previously, the College had been ranked “Highly Competitive.” […]

(Don’t) plug it in, plug it in

September 15, 2004 Daniela Flores 0

When students first moved back to the College a few weeks ago, they had a lot of things to worry about. Ways to set up their room or getting their books together for classes were among them.

The last thing on anyone’s mind was protecting his or her computer while plugging back into the College’s network. […]

SFB budget cuts increase special appropriations

September 15, 2004 Ashley Marty 0

When this semester began, there was a lot of commotion and confusion in regard to class transformations and meal plans. Another big change, however, occurred at the end of the Spring 2004 semester that affects just about every club, organization and student on campus. […]

Organizations worried about getting programs approved

September 15, 2004 Donna Kardos 0

When Student Finance Board (SFB) Chairperson Craig Gross decided to completely alter the way SFB allocates Student Activities Fund money to student organizations, cutting each organization’s base budget substantially, many of these organizations and their treasurers grew weary. […]

Talent show cancellation spurs questions over who is at fault

April 7, 2004 Tammy Tibbetts 0

Miscommunication and disorganization are possible reasons for the cancellation of the third annual junior class talent show, previously scheduled for March 19, though exactly who is at fault remains a discrepancy.

Tiffany Meredith, junior class president and pre-law major, blames the cancellation on the disorganization of Conference and Meeting Services (CMS). […]

HabiFest raises poverty awareness

April 7, 2004 Michael Puzyk 0

The College’s chapter of Habitat for Humanity struck a blow against homelessness last Wednesday by holding its first annual HabiFest, an event featuring speakers as well as musical acts in Brower Student Center.

The nationwide student-initiated day of advocating for affordable housing, HabiFest is recognized on over 200 high school and college campuses and features events such as awareness walks and speaking engagements, like the one that took place at the College. […]

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