Students at the College will no longer need to be as concerned about social security number (SSN) theft. According to Frank Cooper, director of Records and Registration at the College, students will now have a choice in protecting themselves and their identies. […]
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. […]
The graduating class of 2003 will not be addressed by a guest speaker at its commencement ceremony, according to the President’s office.
In place of the speaker, the senior class and College President R. Barbara Gitenstein have chosen Reverend DeForest B. […]
At the last political forum of the year, Christian Harris, professor of political science, said the United States and many other countries are not aware that the international community’s economic success is partially based upon the the stability of Argentinean and Latin American economies. […]
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. […]
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. […]
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. […]
SFB granted the first conference request from next year’s operating budget last week, giving $7,586 of the requested $12,315 to Future Business Leaders – Phi Beta Lambda (PBL).
The annual National Leadership Conference, will be held late June in Dallas, Tex. […]
From Hopewell Township to Mulberry Street, the Trenton area suffers from a range of environmental problems.
Whether it is sprawl or toxic waste dumps, residents are forced to deal with the results of lax environmental regulation and a Bush in the White House doesn’t bode well. […]
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. […]
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. […]
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. […]
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. […]
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. […]