Paige Aiello is a senior communication studies major at the College. She is a member of Lambda Pi Eta, the national communication honor society. Not only is Aiello a strong student, but she is also a talented athlete. She is a captain of the women’s tennis team, which she has been part of since her freshman year.
By definition, dance is the act of moving to music. At Saturday’s Spring Spectacular, Synergy proved there is more to it than that — it can also be a method of storytelling. With meaning behind its choreography, the College’s dance company conveyed messages about the loss of a loved one, body image and child abuse.
I could not be more excited to learn recently that there’s a cupcake shop much closer to campus — located right here in Ewing. Let Them Eat Cake is a boutique bake shop that sells cupcakes, cakes, brownies, cookies, macaroons and more.
This year’s fall break was extended longer than usual due to circumstances resulting from Hurricane Sandy. Striking the East Coast with gusts of wind and rain on the evening of Monday, Oct. 29, the superstorm left unprecedented damage across the state. Because of the power outages and extent of damage in New Jersey, campus was closed through Friday, Nov. 2.
Power has been restored to campus after Hurricane Sandy. Classes will resume on Monday, Nov. 5, according to the latest TCNJ Emergency Alert sent to the College community on Thursday. Residence halls will reopen on Saturday, Nov. 3.
As a result of Hurricane Sandy, academic buildings located near the back of campus are without power, according to an email from College Relations on Tuesday. For this reason, the College will be closed through Friday, Nov. 2.