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Monthly Archives: November, 2019

Sophomore dies while studying abroad in Germany

Carla Faust, a sophomore business major at the College, died at the age of 19 on Monday, Nov. 25, while she was studying abroad in Heidelberg, Germany.

Australian bushfires result in four deaths

Over the past week, wildfires have continued to ravage several parts of Australia, claiming the lives of four people and destroying at least 150 homes as of Saturday, Nov. 16

Bolivian president resigns after accusations of fraud

Bolivian President Evo Morales resigned on Nov. 10 amid accusations of election fraud. The Socialist leader served for nearly 14 years as president before stepping down “‘for the good of the country,’” he said, according to CNN.

First impeachment hearings come to close

With the conclusion of the first of many public impeachment hearings from Ambassador William Taylor and Deputy Assistant Secretary of State George Kent on Nov. 13, multiple members

Multicultural Buffet celebrates Asian culture

Students lined up from one end of the Brower Student Center to the other.

Campus Style: Hair Accessories

There are a lot of elements that go into making your outfit stand out, starting at your head and going all the way down to your shoes.

Student reports missing bicycle to Campus Police

On Nov. 4 at approximately 3 p.m., a female student arrived at Campus Police headquarters to report that her bicycle was taken from a bicycle rack between noon on Oct. 29 and 2 p.m. on Oct. 30.

The Chip: A Rude Awakening

Picture this: you have graduated with sick honors, you have a six-figure job and you live in a sick-ass condo in Bergen County.

People shouldn’t celebrate Christmas before Thanksgiving

I’m a big fan of celebrating every holiday to the maximum. From decorating my house with red hearts and pictures of Cupid for Valentine’s Day to wearing a Halloween costume to my classes, holidays are the perfect excuse to dress up my life and make my everyday routine a bit more exciting.

Classic Signal: Campus encourages students to be involved

As the end of the semester draws near, students still have time to become proactive on campus in an effort to get the most out of their college experience.

Lions’ Plate: Sweet Pumpkin Pie

Growing up, my absolute favorite part of Thanksgiving was the dessert.

Men’s basketball moves to 2-1

The men’s basketball team won its season opener by a score of 93-51 against Misericordia University in Dallas, Penn., on Nov. 12.

Wrestling places 12 at Invitational

During a two-day meet from Friday, Nov. 15, to Saturday, Nov. 16, the College placed third among 17 teams at the Roger Williams Invitational.

Concert brings blues to campus

The Kendall Hall Main Stage Theater was filled with jazz, solos and a wide showcase of talent as the TCNJ Jazz Ensemble gathered for its concert on Nov. 15.
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