In response to Colleen Murphy’s opinion piece, “Alumna uncovers fate of unrewarded scholarships,” I would like to provide additional detail on why the Student Engagement Scholarships were not awarded in 2015. […]
The TCNJ Clinic staff would like to respond to the article published in The Signal on Wednesday, Dec. 7, titled “Clinic Staff Upset over Closing.” While the headline is true and we are deeply saddened that the Clinic will not be around next year to assist students and community members in need of long-term counseling, this story does not accurately reflect all the issues. […]
n most cases, the College treats students living on campus well. The rooms are cozy enough, the food is passable and the campus usually looks splendid. That said, a few minor changes could go a long way toward improving the overall experience. […]
Imagine you’re a freshman and you want a quick bite to eat before your next class. It’s time for Meal Equivalency, which means you’re in luck, as you can get $7.76 of food without spending points.
“Are on-campus mental health facilities up to par?” “I don’t think so. I know people who went for personal counseling, but CAPS is more into group counseling.” “I think CAPS is really a service to […]
College mental health has been under the national microscope for several years now, and for good reason. Studies show that the level of anxiety, depression and inability to cope with stress, loss and failure is alarmingly high. The concerns that bring students into counseling centers across the country are more urgent than ever before and increasing in frequency. […]
The College has made sexual assault prevention and education a priority in recent years. Part of this effort includes creating a climate where students feel supported in coming forward. Resources like Anti-Violence Initiatives (AVI) or Counseling and Psychological Services are there to help students navigate the traumatic experience. […]
“Does America’s political system work for the people?” “No, there’s a level of dishonesty within both of the political parties.” “No, because no one wants the two potential candidates to be elected, so we don’t […]