Tuesday, August 3, 2021

Hillary Siegel

Deconstructing campus construction plans

While some students are primarily worried about how long it will take for them to get a new campus coffee shop, there has been little talk of the unfortunate environmental implications of building Campus Town.

For media, race exploitation still runs rampant

The infamous case of the Central Park jogger and its implications for media race relations are framed by journalist and author Natalie Byfield.

Unlikely internship lessons

I was extremely excited when I first found out that I would be interning at The Philadelphia Inquirer two days a week this past...

Time for recruitment

It is that time of year again. For many students, it is the time to decide if they are going to rush a sorority or fraternity, a decision that will potentially change the path of their college careers.

Chorale concert strikes chord with students

On Saturday, Oct. 27, the TCNJ Chorale traveled to Manhattan to perform in what one student called “one of the most powerful experiences” they’ve ever had.

Trustees meet again; Donohue is approved

Last Wednesday, Oct. 17, the College’s board of trustees had a special interim meeting to discuss some important matters happening currently at the College.

Slate editor discusses love of foreign affairs

William J. Dobson didn’t go to school to become a journalist. But now, as the Politics and Foreign Affairs Editor for Slate, Dobson puts his political and foreign knowledge to use in the media-driven world.

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