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Monthly Archives: December, 2017

Recital series offers range of rhythms

A myriad of melodies could be heard from Mayo Concert Hall on Tuesday, Nov. 28, as music students showcased their talent at the Afternoon Recital Series.

College Choirs ring in ‘Yuletide Celebrations’

Family and friends were eager to enjoy the Yuletide Celebrations, a concert hosted by the TCNJ Choirs on the night of Saturday, Dec. 2, in Mildred and Ernest E. Mayo Concert Hall.

Brown Bag speaker inspires creativity

Bumper DeJesus, a five-time New York Emmy Award-winning video and multimedia editor, spoke at the final installment of the School of Arts and Communication’s Brown Bag lecture series on Friday, Dec. 1.

Lil Yachty rocks the boat

A sea of students stood in the Student Recreation Center — forming mosh pits and engaging in water fights in between periods of adrenaline-fueled singing and dancing — but all eyes were on Atlanta rappers Lil Yachty and Lil Jon, who performed for the College Union Board’s Lil Fall Concert on Tuesday, Nov. 28.

Around The Dorm 12/6: College Football, World Cup and Eli Manning

In this week’s edition of Around the Dorm, “Ref” Miguel Gonzalez asked our panel of three experts — Malcolm Luck, Ashton Leber and Michael Battista — three questions: 1. What should be considered more in college football — beating ranked teams or winning conference championships? 2. Which group do you consider to be the “group of death” in the World Cup? 3. Is Eli Manning’s time with the Giants coming to an end?

History evident in College’s architecture

While the College itself is well over a century old, its current home on 289 acres of Ewing land still holds reminders of its 1930s move from Trenton — present in many of the buildings around campus.

Students display holiday crafts in Arter’s Market

It was a one stop shop of fun and festive art as students lined up behind the AIMM building to walk through this semester’s Arter’s Market, hosted by the Rebel Art Movement, on Friday, Dec. 1.

Student weighs in on holiday greetings

Why is it that greeting strangers with holiday-specific well-wishings has turned into a contentious issue of political correctness?

Lions Plate: Oven-Baked Fajitas

Hosting one last dinner before winter break? There are plenty of quick and easy ways to please a crowd, but one of our favorites is oven-baked fajitas.

Classic Signals: Marketplace gets students in holiday spirit

Over the years, students and organizations at the College have put together events and collected donations for those less fortunate, especially during the holiday season when everyone needs an extra dose of hope and happiness.

Campus Style: Leana Mercurio

Today we are chatting with junior nursing major Leana Mercurio. When she isn’t sporting scrubs, she has a style that I envy. Leana is my housemate, and whenever I have style questions, she is my go-to girl!

Student reflects on lack of affordable dining

After visiting my friends at other state colleges, I began to grow angry with the lack of affordable, local dining options in Ewing.

SFB tables HSA’s Ambiance event

The Student Finance Board tabled the Haitian Student Association’s annual Ambiance event and fully funded the Lion’s Eye literary magazine at its weekly meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 29.

Multiple students kicked out of Fall Concert

On Nov. 28, at approximately 9:45 p.m., there were reports of a male student in the middle of the crowd at the Fall Concert about to pass out.

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