Director of Dining Services Karen Roth, General Manager of Sodexo Patrice Mendes and Associate Provost for Liberal Learning and Curriculum Christopher “Kit” Murphy spoke before the Student Government (SG) general body on Wednesday, April 6, bookending a meeting that included a fervent debate over the possible passage of the Scientista Foundation at TCNJ.
Brower Student Center Manager Seth Zolin and Assistant Campus Architect Mark Kirchner visited Student Government’s (SG) Wednesday, March 30, general body meeting to brief members on the student center’s renovation process.
The Wednesday, March 9, general body meeting of Student Government (SG) opened with a discussion about possible changes to the Loop Bus service on campus, updates on the library hours proposal sent to Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Jacqueline Taylor several weeks ago and an announcement that the College is seeking applicants for a director of the newly-formed Office of Student Involvement.
This past week, Gloria Steinem — the celebrated women’s rights activist and journalist — visited the College to deliver a lecture. I can’t decide if this was poor or impeccable timing, given how often Steinem has been making headlines lately.
The Student Government (SG) general body meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 24, opened with a presentation from TEDxTCNJ, a club “designed to help communities, organizations and individuals spark conversations and connections through local TED Talk experiences,” according to SG’s Governmental Affairs (GA) committee.
Student Government’s (SG) Wednesday, Feb. 17, general body meeting opened with a vote on BS-2016-01, an internal bill that will affect how the Governmental Affairs (GA) committee will proceed with constitutional review of student organizations.
Brian Potter, a political science professor at the College and a member of the President’s Climate Commitment Committee (PC3), spoke at Student Government’s (SG) Wednesday, Feb. 10, general body meeting about green initiatives on campus, including a new ridesharing service exclusive to the College.
After a full semester of renovations to the Brower Student Center, which permanently eliminated a popular dining option and forced student organizations to relocate their respective office spaces, exciting changes are on the horizon.