Monday, April 19, 2021

Alyssa Louis

Distinguished professor covers Cosby trial

The School of Arts and Communication continued its fall 2018 faculty lecture series with its fifth presentation titled, “Celebrity Culture and the Criminal Justice System” in Mayo Concert Hall on Oct. 19.   

Violence against women should not be normalized

Ladies, what do you do on those walks back to your dorm in the dark after a late class? Personally,  I call my mom. I wish I could say that it’s only because I miss her, which I do, but there is another unfortunate reason.

TCNJam brings students together to fundraise

The fourth annual TCNJam brought students, cancer survivors and their families together to celebrate life, remember those who have succumbed to the disease and raise money for those battling childhood cancer.

Sigma Lambda Beta encourages self-love

Students beamed as they received red carnations, courtesy of the brothers of Sigma Lambda Beta fraternity and the College’s Counseling and Psychological Services, on Feb. 14 in the Brower Student Center.

Students’ letters give single mothers hope

“Dear Brave Girl” was written on the tops of papers distributed to volunteers attending the Students For Life Club’s first meeting of the semester on Wednesday, Feb. 7.

Students transform AIMM Building into Halloween haven

The thick fog dressing the Art and Interactive Multimedia Building hallways clouded Kayla Kolaritsch’s better judgement.

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