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Monthly Archives: April, 2019

Award-winning producer speaks to future TV and film graduates

Emmy Award winner and College alumna Ann Marie Williams-Gray visited the College to speak to students on April 25 at 5:30 p.m. about what it is like to work in the television industry and to impart advice on future communication studies graduates.

Lyric Theatre presents ‘Speed Dating Tonight!’

In a chaotic bar full of people looking for love, eligible bachelors and romance, everyone was scrambling to find their next successful date. TCNJ Lyric Theatre captured this moment of lust and ambition

INK poetry series makes mark on campus

Words and symbolism flowed through the library as INK, the College’s creative writing club, presented its Spring 2019 Student Reading Series on Thursday, April 25 at 8:30 p.m. in the library auditorium.

WTSR New Noise

This week, WTSR’s Music Director Brian Marino highlights some of the best new music that the College’s own radio station, 91.3 FM WTSR, puts into its weekly rotation.

Ensembles collaborate on creative pieces

Few words were spoken throughout Mayo Concert Hall. Instead, the air was filled with the powerful reverberations of violins, violoncellos and guitars, which were accompanied by the ever-present notes of masterful pianists.

Flute Choir celebrates classical sound

Once the audience filled up the theater seats, the lights dimmed and the show commenced. Students came out from backstage with flutes in hand, prepared to unveil their talent as both individuals and a choir.

OIDEI welcomes diversity leadership expert

The Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion welcomed Damon Williams of the Center for Strategic Diversity Leadership & Change on Friday, April 26 in the Library Auditorium at 12:30 p.m. to share his analysis of the College’s current diversity structure and his recommendations for the future of the community.

Vital Signs: Stay safe from foodborne illness

This week the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released a report about the amount of foodborne diseases recorded from 2015 to 2018. The report found that the incidence of foodborne diseases increased in 2018 compared to the previous three years.

Sodexo looks to improve sustainability

Student Government held a presentation made by the College’s dining employees, introduced four resolutions and debated on two student organizations at its meeting on April 24.

Students celebrate William Shakespeare’s birthday

The English department welcomed students and faculty to the Education Building Room 212 to celebrate William Shakespeare’s birthday on April 23 at 12:30 p.m.

Trump sues to prevent release of financial records

On April 22, President Donald Trump and his organization filed a lawsuit to prevent U.S. lawmakers from acquiring the president’s financial records from an accounting firm that he used to assemble his financial statements.

Sri Lankan bombings leave more than 200 dead

A series of bombings in Sri Lanka killed more than 200 people and injured at least 500 others at churches and hotels on April 21. The church bombings took place at 8:45 a.m.

North Korea sends U.S. medical bill for prisoner care

On Thursday, April 25, CNN reported that North Korea provided the U.S. with a $2 million bill for the hospital expenses of American prisoner Otto Warmbier before releasing him nearly two years ago.

Lacrosse continues streak

The lacrosse team capped off the regular season with two impressive conference wins. On Tuesday, April 23 the College steamrolled past Stockton University buy a final score of 18-4. On Saturday, April 27, the team went up Kean University and won 14-5.

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