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Students open for business / College entrepreneur success

April 23, 2013 Natalie Kouba 0

Just nine years ago, the world was introduced to the social networking site Facebook after it blew up from a Harvard dorm room. FedEx was first introduced in a term paper by a student at Yale University, and the idea for Microsoft was the brainchild of a college student as well.
All these early starts have had their fair share of struggles with their entrepreneurial pursuits, but some of the most successful businesses started out on college campuses, not much different from our own. […]

Cell phone vanishes

April 9, 2013 Natalie Kouba 0

A student reported her cell phone missing on Wednesday, April 3 at 4:10 p.m. She finished class at 4 p.m. and told police that she placed her phone in her jacket pocket. When she returned […]

SG: Bill passes, CAP policy review

April 2, 2013 Natalie Kouba 0

Student Government opened their meeting on Wednesday, March 27 with a presentation from a Barnes and Noble representative. Renee Banach demonstrated how to use the website to order apparel and merchandise for student organizations. According to the website, students can choose from over 100,000 products, some of which can be personalized. The website, targeted toward larger groups, processes orders no smaller than 24 pieces and tries to offer lower prices. […]

Student CEO takes on drug abuse trend / Naderol provides both focus and nutrition

March 26, 2013 Natalie Kouba 5

During his senior year of high school, Dolan noticed more of his friends taking drugs like Adderall, Vyvanse and even cocaine to stay awake. He said that when he came to the College, it only got worse. Dolan wanted to try to stop this trend, and in July 2011, the idea of creating an alternative to drugs came to him. The sophomore finance major is now the CEO of Naderol, an all-natural, non-prescription, dietary supplement and focus enhancer. […]

YALO recognized, sufficienctly different than SLF

March 26, 2013 Natalie Kouba 25

Student Government voted on and passed the Young Americans for Liberty Organization for recognition at their meeting on Wednesday, March 20. The club presented to the Governmental Affairs Committee three times, and was just passed on the Sunday before spring break. GA previously rejected YALO because they saw weakness with the former leadership. This issue has since been resolved with the new leadership. […]

Drunk students push into dorm, threaten / Student pre-games for class, naps in Business Building

March 26, 2013 Natalie Kouba 1

On Saturday, March 24 around 9:53 p.m. a student reported to Campus Police that a male student attempted to force his way into her room in Travers Hall. The female student was in her room when she heard male voices coming from the hallway, asking for the code to the women’s bathroom. She approached the students and asked if they had been drinking. He responded by shoving his cup in her face. According to reports, she felt threatened and ran back to her room. […]

TCNJ Debate

March 19, 2013 Natalie Kouba 35

This past week, TCNJ Debate attended the Rutgers American Parliamentary Debate Association tournament on Friday, March 8 and Saturday, March 9.

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