Special thanks for all your love, knowledge and support...
to my mom and dad.
to Caitlin and Marisa - hey, psychogirls, the party's in my room!
to Professor Bob Cole, Professor Kim Pearson and Professor Cathy Day.
The College will not go forward with the Carte Blanche food program next year, according to Karen Roth, director of Auxillary Services, and Toni Pusak, assistant director of Auxillary Services.
Carte Blanche is an all-you-can-eat dining option that was tested by Sodexho, the College's meal service provider, this past February.
It wasn't budget cuts that changed the College's master plan for campus construction. Rather, the College had to first settle a dispute with members of the Ewing community who did not want a parking deck built behind the houses on Pennington Road.
"Basically, the township asked us to do two things," Pete Mills, capital planning executive and president of the Trenton State Corporation (TSC), said.
Bill Cosby made audiences laugh - and cry - when he appeared at the College last Friday as part of the Celebration of the Arts series.
Cosby, who performed twice (at 6 p.m. and 9 p.m.), opened both shows with a tribute to Fred Rogers, a close friend of his who died in late February 2003.
College president R. Barbara Gitenstein said that tuition and fees will increase next year as a result of the recent state budget cuts. The size of this increase, however, is unknown as the cabinet, according to Gitenstein, is currently looking at ways to limit expenditures.
I have no political affiliation. Whatsoever.
I am not a liberal. I am not a conservative. Honestly, for the most part, I try not to think about politics. Not because I don't care; not because I'm stupid. More, because it frightens me. (Ignorance is bliss.
Life is hard. Life's a bitch and then you die. Life gives you lemons. Life is wasted on the living. Don't take life seriously, because you can't get out of it alive.
Fine, good. Life sucks. I get it. I accept it. No big deal. What really infuriates me is the fact that things (people, technology, entities, etc.
The President's Day Blizzard closed down two of the College's four main dining halls last Monday.
Due to the State-of-Emergency, only Eickhoff Hall, which was closed from 3:00 p.m to 6:00 p.m., was opened to students.
"In instances, such as (the blizzard), our Number One commitment is to get Eickhoff up and running," Joe Ganci, resident district manager for Sodexho, the College's food service provider, said.
The President's Day Blizzard interrupted cable services at the College from Monday, Feb. 17 to mid-morning Wednesday, Feb. 19. Many students were angered by the amount of time it took for the cable to be repaired.
"I was pissed off," Nicole Kukawski, freshman secondary education English major, said.