In a time when conversation about women’s rights and minority groups is more pertinent than ever, many are sharing their voices with the world. Trisha Basak and Ambar Grullón, two students from the College, have teamed up to create a podcast titled “Women of Dolor,” which explores their experiences in American society through the eyes of intersectional minorities.
After a semester of hard work and innovation, students show cased their skills in blending music and technology at the Music to the Max Demonstration, an informal concert on April 29 at 2 p.m. in Mayo Concert Hall.
The Traditions lounge, which was bustling with noise and conversation, was filled with an audience that was ready to enjoy a night of laughter at the Stand Up Comedy Society’s Open Mic Night on Friday, April 12 at 8 p.m.
As water has become a prominent, ongoing theme within the TCNJ Art Gallery and efforts to reach those beyond the campus community are in full swing. The gallery’s fourth event surrounding the exhibition, “Spring Eternal: Art, Water, Change,”
In the eighth installment of the Fall 2018 Faculty Lecture Series, the School of Arts and Communication held a presentation titled, “Performance of Amy Beach’s ‘Sonata for Violin and Piano, Op. 34’ (1899).” in Mayo Concert Hall on Friday, Nov. 9.