Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Miguel Gonzalez

Community responds to Trenton water quality report

Kate McKinley (’11) does not trust her tap water. She triple filters her drinking water and uses another filter on her showerheads. McKinley, an Ewing resident who was also in the running for town council last fall, started losing faith in Trenton Water Works’

Baseball rolls through NJAC tournament

After experiencing a three-game losing skid at the end of the regular season, the baseball team qualified for the fourth seed in the New Jersey Athletic Conference tournament.

Baseball endures three game losing skid

The baseball team encountered setbacks this week, losing three games against Ursinus College, Arcadia University and Rutgers University-Camden. During their senior and alumni day on Saturday, April 27, the Lions took a win and loss against Kean University.

Team sweeps WPU, coach wins 300

As the season heads into the home stretch, the baseball team’s games keep heating. On April 16, the Lions first defeated Lebanon Valley College by a score of 9-5. Afterwards, the team endured back-to-back losses against Rowan University. The team finished the week on a higher note by sweeping William Paterson University in a doubleheader.

Baseball bashes conference opponents

The Lions kept on winning this past week, as they defeated Farmingdale State College and swept New Jersey Athletic Conference foes Stockton University and New Jersey City University.

#IAMTCNJ monologues inspire inclusivity

As part of Student Government’s Diversity and Inclusion week, the Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity and Inclusion hosted its second annual #IAMTCNJ monologues at 8 p.m. in Mayo Concert Hall on Thursday, April 11.

Lions beat Montclair State, Volpe shines

The Lions continued to blast their opponents this week, defeating Penn State Abington and Montclair State University on the road. The team then split a doubleheader against Ramapo College and received its first loss in eight games. It capped off the week with a another victory against Montclair State.  

Baseball wins six in a row

Coming back from a successful spring break trip, the baseball team continued to dominate its opponents. During the week, the Lions defeated Widener University, Haverford College, Cairn University and New Jersey Athletic Conference foe Rutgers University-Newark.

Baseball brings fire to Winter Haven

After numerous postponed and canceled games, the College’s baseball team laced its cleats and cracked its bats for the 2019 season. Following a stellar season where they qualified for the NCAA tournament, the team is set to dominate on the diamond.

Tennis team dominates, remains uncontested

The men’s and women’s tennis teams blazed through their opponents’ plays this past weekend. The men’s team outdueled Salisbury University 5-4 on Saturday, March 9 at the Hopewell Tennis Club in Hopewell, New Jersey. Meanwhile, the women’s team defeated its Salisbury counterpart 7-2.

Swimming finishes in top tier at METs

After a season full of close races, the men’s and women’s swim teams competed in the Metropolitan Conference Championships from Friday, Feb. 22 to Sunday, Feb. 24 at the Rutgers University Aquatics Center in New Brunswick, New Jersey.

Cop Shop: Multiple thefts occur throughout campus

A female student arrived at TCNJ Police Headquarters to report a theft of a wallet on Saturday, Dec. 1, at approximately 1:40 p.m. The theft occurred on Wednesday, Nov. 28 at approximately 11 p.m. when she was in a women’s bathroom at Wolfe Hall.

Racial tensions build on campus

Within the past month, one student on campus was called various racial slurs from the third floor of Wolfe Hall and a building services employee encountered a racial slur while cleaning the Interactive Multimedia Building.

Business executive discusses evolution of workplace

The College invited Annie-Marie Slaughter, the Chief Executive Officer of New America, for a discussion titled “Reinventing the Workplace” at Mayo Concert Hall on Nov. 19.

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