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. […]

Gitenstein presents budget to Trustees, public

April 29, 2003 Matthew K. Fair 0

The Board of Trustees held a public meeting in the Brower Student Center, where President R. Barbara Gitenstein and Barbara Wineberg, College treasurer, presented the fiscal year 2004 budget plan.

The board was supposed to decide possible tuition changes for the coming academic year. […]

Carte Blanche meal plan implementation delayed

April 29, 2003 Jeanine Skowronski 0

The College will not go forward with the Carte Blanche food program next year, according to Karen Roth, director of Auxillary Services, and Toni Pusak, assistant director of Auxillary Services.

Carte Blanche is an all-you-can-eat dining option that was tested by Sodexho, the College’s meal service provider, this past February. […]

Q&A session on changes eases concerns

April 22, 2003 Rebecca Visvader 0

At the two-hour long sessions held on April 16 to address to students’ concerns regarding the transformative changes that will take place in the fall of 2003, mostly freshman along with a few sophomores, were in attendance.

They are the most confused parties because they will be forced to bridge the two programs as the transformation takes place. […]

State cuts to begin in July

April 22, 2003 Melissa Hernandez 0

As part of the efforts to close a projected multi-billion dollar gap in the states’ budget for the Fiscal years (FY) ’03 and ’04, significant cuts in state funding of N.J. higher education institutions have been proposed for the upcoming year, beginning July 1, according to the New Jersey Association of State Colleges and Universities Web site. […]

New e-board elected, student turnout poor

April 22, 2003 Kelly Meisberger 0

Nadia Gorski, along with Christina Puglia and Annelise Catanzaro, who shared campaign posters and T-shirts, were elected to the positions of executive president, executive vice president and alternate student trustee of the Student Governement Association (SGA) Executive Board. […]

Cop Shop

April 22, 2003 Heather Altz 0

Campus Police was dispatched to Wolfe Hall in regard to a reported intoxicated person on Tuesday, April 8 at 3:20 a.m.

Upon arrival, they were met by a staff member for the floor.

After knocking on the door and gaining entrance, Campus Police found the resident to be intoxicated. […]

Advisement proposal to add SGA modifications

April 22, 2003 Casey Dyer 0

The Developmental Advising Task Force asked SGA for input regarding its draft of a proposed model of advisement. This draft will be submitted to College President R. Barbara Gitenstein as a representation of the students’ wishes and suggestions.

Lauren LeBano, senator of education and student representative of the Developmental Advisement Council, heard opinions from SGA members regarding the taskforce’s draft. […]

Free Fat Joe tickets, SAF funds Union Latina events

April 22, 2003 Signal Staff 0

On Thursday, Fat Joe and the Terror Squad will perform in Kendall Hall. This event, which is free with a College ID, was organized by Union Latina (UL). It has been sponsored by Student Activities Fees alloted by the Student Finance Board (SFB).

Of tickets, which have been on sale since last Thursday, 529 of an approximately 600 available seats have been distributed. […]

Air-conditioning lacking in summer housing

April 22, 2003 Tracy Esposito 0

No air-conditioned housing facilities will be open during the first term of the College’s summer session due to residence hall renovations.

The New Residence Hall, Eickoff and Townhouses South will be closed for the first summer session May 27-June 26 so that they can be repainted, repatched and cleaned for the Fall semester. […]

Cop Shop

April 15, 2003 Heather Altz 0

Five men were arrested for aggravated assault and possession of a firearm.

Campus Police received a call from a victim on Tuesday, April 1 at 10 p.m. informing them that she was just shot at by individuals with paint ball guns. She said that they were driving in a red Jeep around C St. […]

Impeachments postponed, may be readdressed in Fall

April 15, 2003 Casey Dyer 0

SGA impeachment trials will not be taking place this semester because of time constraints.

SGA President, Christopher Portera, announced the decision at the meeting on Wednesday. Portera explained that because of the upcoming SGA elections and the newly elected SGA members that will be in position in upcoming weeks, he feels he “cannot mandate that these trials take place. […]

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