Saturday, July 24, 2021

Garrett Cecere

Student Band Night features alternative sound

Energy, enthusiasm and a mellow mood accompanied three passionate rock performances as each artist took the stage.

Bonner teaches engineering to Trenton students

Creation, teamsmanship and smiles filled the room as the students of Trenton Central High School (TCHS) assembled into their groups and put their creativity to work.

People should value their achievements

For most of my life, I’ve had a habit of second-guessing myself, taking forever to weigh my options and questioning many choices, all of which were apparent to me during my time as editor-in-chief.

Campus responds to mental health programs

When Quint Meredith, a junior business management major at the College, began drinking at age 16 to help him socialize with other people, he didn’t think he’d develop substance use disorder, nor did he think recovery would ever be an option.

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.

Campus power outage prompts residence hall evacuations

On Monday, Nov. 11, the College mandated that students in certain residence halls evacuate their buildings due to a power outage that has affected the campus.

Foster sets goals for second year

As College President Kathryn Foster has eased into the second full year of her position, she has taken time to consider her initiatives for the campus community.

Alumni share career advice with aspiring writers

When Matt Huston (’12) got one of his first internships at The Philadelphia Inquirer during college, he was surprised by how little assistance he had from his boss.

Community receives advisory to boil water

The College community received an advisory on Friday, Sept. 27, to boil water until further notice. Director of Risk Management Brian Webb notified the campus that morning via email, saying that Trenton Water Works issued the advisory to various communities in Mercer County.

Foster signs letter in support of DACA

College President Kathryn Foster has signed a letter to Congress calling for bipartisanship in protecting those who are affected by the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.

Professor highlights marginalized groups in film

In a sweltering high school classroom during the summer of 1987, Alan Amtzis approached his students with the hope of educating them.

Sarnoff Collection showcases retro sound

In a world where technology is constantly evolving, it’s hard to imagine a time when people couldn’t record any music and play it back instantly to enjoy a pleasant melody.

Sodexo employee fatally shot in Trenton

By Garrett Cecere and Emmy Liederman Editor-in-Chief and Staff Writer Arkeyia Beal, a Sodexo employee who had worked at the College since 2015, was shot and...

North Korea sends U.S. medical bill for prisoner care

On Thursday, April 25, CNN reported that North Korea provided the U.S. with a $2 million bill for the hospital expenses of American prisoner Otto Warmbier before releasing him nearly two years ago.

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