“Virtually all students asked about the logo change said they were against it,” read a sentence of the lead article about the logo change rally in the Trenton Times last Wednesday. The article went on to quote a College student who said, “Every little thing, there are rallies about. […]
When I first saw the new logo, I read it as “TNJC.” I doubt that I am the only person who read it that way.
If I did not already know it was supposed to read as “TCNJ,” I would be unsure as to what order the letters should read. A logo should create a clear sense of the organization it represents, not create confusion. […]
“Support our troops” seems to be the battle cry from those in power these days. Not support our President, not support this war, but support our troops.
Unfortunately, this insidious bit of propaganda lends tacit support to the actions of President Bush and his ruling coterie. […]
Many of us stood by while the election was stolen. Many of us stood by as President Bush appointed an attorney general who has gone on record, according to Charisma Magazine, saying, “It’s said that we shouldn’t legislate morality.”
Well, we disagree, we think all we should legislate is morality. […]
Ahh, the mid-90s. A time for most of us that meant neon was cool, as were birthday parties at roller rinks and bowling alleys, slouch socks were worn over your stretch pants (or easily substituted with acid wash jeans) and all your friends told you if you ate Pop Rocks with a Coke, your stomach would explode. […]
In today’s society, there is a great emphasis on symbols and what they stand for. Like the rest of my fine fellow College students, I received an e-mail from the College (accurately marked as possible spam) that contained a link to our new “graphic identity. […]
Under Governors Kean and Whitman, New Jersey established a reputation as a business-friendly state with a record of job growth and balanced budgets, but not anymore. I’ve seen Gov. McGreevey’s budget proposal for 2004. Even considering current economic circumstances, it’s not pretty. […]
After President Bush has proceeded with war, ignoring all dissent (as not to be ruled by focus groups), the storm of protest has been immense. On the morning after the war began, people took to the streets to express their displeasure with the Bush administration’s actions. […]
The College is committed to providing an education that will propel its students into professional and personal success and fulfillment. The College prides itself on this point, endeavoring always to offer its students every educational opportunity. This commitment is articulated in the College’s Mission statement. […]
It’s Wednesday night, and I have about an hour to kill before my 11-2 security shift. I knew I wasn’t going to get any work accomplished, so I turned on the television. I channel surf all the way up to channel 71 to find MTV not playing videos, as usual, but “Sorority Life 2. […]
Unfortunately, war looks likely for the near future. All anti-war sentiment aside, there is just one small problem with the push for war: it will violate international law.
It’s funny because the main reason given by the Bush administration for war is that Saddam Hussein has violated international law, specifically U. […]
In one of my courses a few weeks ago, (Eat, Drink, Man, Woman), we were talking about what we were giving up for Lent. One student said she was giving up chocolate, another said she was giving up candy altogether. The whole time, I was thinking, “Shit, Lent is this Wednesday? What food am I going to give up this year?” I automatically thought about giving up food, nothing else immediately came to mind as something worth sacrificing. […]
Leftist liberal thinkers dominate this campus in many departments and student organizations. Political correctness has become the College’s ideology in daily dialogue. Conservatives have generally been shunned, laughed at or ignored.
One example of a flawed political ideal is evident with Saddam Hussein and Iraq. […]
The next elections for federal offices are approaching quickly and our neighbors in Pennsylvania will once again experience competitive races for President and U.S. Senate, reinforcing the Keystone State’s reputation as a political battleground.
While new candidates are starting to emerge and incumbents are deciding whether or not to run again, U. […]