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Yearly Archives: 2009

Motion City is better than ‘alright’

Accompanied by a backdrop of pink clouds, a dinosaur drum and the unbounded enthusiasm of scattered but numerous jumping crowd members,...

Lions drop first conference game

By Gina Kramer The Lions suffered a tough loss against Rowan on Wednesday Dec. 2 in the team’s first game against a New Jersey Athletic...

Cop Shop: greeting desk taken from Cromwell

A three-foot long, six-foot wide white wooden greeting desk was taken between 2 a.m. and 10 p.m. on Monday Nov. 30 from Cromwell Hall,...

Unions question equality of new savings plans

By Diana Bubser Opinions Editor and Matt Huston Nation & World Editor Union leadership at the College disagrees with administrators who say that union members are getting equal...

CUB ready to bring Max, HelloGoodbye accepts bid

After much controversy and two sets of votes, the College Union Board (CUB) will bid this week for Tucker Max to come to the...

International Education Week brings students around the world

By Kimberly Zicha Staff Writer Students experienced the world’s cultures without ever leaving the College Tuesday Nov. 17 through Friday Nov. 20 , which marked International...

Reactions mixed on construction

By Stephanie McAlary Correspondent The new Art and Interactive Multimedia building is planned to open within the next year. “The goal is to have the Art...

Roscoe to host life of Sarnoff

By Caitlyn Camacho Staff Writer The David Sarnoff Library will move to the College’s renovated Roscoe West library in 2010, according to Matthew Golden, executive...

Ewing Police confiscate fraternity member’s computer, student: ‘we’re smoking pot’

Ewing Police confiscated computer equipment on Friday Nov. 6 from an off-campus house occupied by members of fraternity Sigma Pi Theta Delta chapter. According...

International photo exhibit promotes cultural awareness

By Kevin DeStefano Correspondent “Picturing TCNJ Around the World,” a photo showcase in the main lobby of the New Library, helped to raise awareness for...

Campus Style

Josephine Cusumano TCNJ Alumna, ’09 What are you wearing? I am wearing Steve Madden boots, Madewell jeans and shirt, and a Zara sweater. How would you label your...

‘Reefer Madness’ lights up the stage with satire

When I walked into Kendall Hall on opening night, Nov. 19, I honestly didn’t know what to expect. All I had to go by...

Sidewalk artist illustrates an earthy concept

By Amy Keitel Correspondent Students in passing may have noticed patterns of birdseed and maple syrup decorating the area outside the Roscoe L. West library. The creator...

Noise rock meets Shakespeare at ink fest

Amid the mounting frenzy over finals and the invasion of numerous tours on campus, students showcased their talent at ink’s biannual festival, The Goods....

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