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Kyle Elphick

Mixed Signals unplugs after dark

The Mixed Signals, the College’s improv comedy troupe, embraced the lewd and profane at their show on Sunday, April 29 in the Library Auditorium. Starting at 8 p.m., the group framed its UNPLUGGED event as an “after-dark” performance, allowing members to marry their typical humor with content and language not safe for work.

US officials arrest Colombian politician for drug trafficking

Seusis Hernández Solarte, a Colombian rebel turned politician and member of the Common Alternative Revolutionary Force Party, was arrested by U.S. officials in his home country on April 10 for drug trafficking charges, according to The New York Times.

All the College is a stage and all the students merely players

Up until the 1990s, theater was more than an extracurricular at Trenton State College. Back then, you could major in it.

Students should continue to be politically active

President Donald J. Trump woke a sleeping giant.

New Bon Jovi record strays from past works

Bon Jovi’s big power chords and even bigger hair have left a lasting impact on our collective culture. The glam quintet returned on Friday, Nov. 4, for the band’s 13th and latest record, “This House Is Not For Sale.”

Spirit Week brings campus community together

The College’s 29th annual Homecoming Spirit Week was an action-packed celebration of the College, its students and alumni. The beloved tradition kicked off on Tuesday, Oct. 25, and culminated on Saturday, Oct. 29 with the Homecoming tailgate.

Fraternity forms free clinic for local residents

The College’s chapter of the Delta Epsilon Psi fraternity recently hosted its fourth annual “Delta Clinic,” providing uninsured and underinsured Trenton and Ewing residents with primary health care.

DUI simulator illuminates dangers

By Kyle Elphick Correspondent The Arrive Alive Tour, an event famous for its drunk driving simulator, made a stop at the College on Wednesday, Sept. 23,...

Assemblyman analyzes Constitution

Instead of enjoying the summer weather, many students at the College buzzed excitedly, armed with pens, pencils, notebooks and laptops in the Library Auditorium. These students were waiting to see Democratic Assemblyman Reed Gusciora, a representative of New Jersey’s 15th district, which includes Trenton. His lecture on Friday, Sept. 18, in the auditorium, tackled hot-button issues, such as birthright citizenship and marriage equality.

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