Wednesday, August 4, 2021

Nicole Viviano

Housemate stabs College student in off-campus home

At approximately 6:48 a.m. on Monday, May 6, a College student was stabbed by his housemate in their off-campus home located on the unit block of Crescent Avenue, according to Ewing Police.

College alumnus discusses successful career path to CEO

As part of the Alumni Lecture Series, the College welcomed Andy Polansky (’83), CEO of the global communications and marketing solutions firm Weber Shandwick, on May 1 at 4 p.m. in Mayo Concert Hall.

Students should find balance between work and play

The balance between work and play is a continuous battle in every college student’s routine, but when you factor in a job, the equation becomes a little more complicated.

OIDEI welcomes diversity leadership expert

The Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion welcomed Damon Williams of the Center for Strategic Diversity Leadership & Change on Friday, April 26 in the Library Auditorium at 12:30 p.m. to share his analysis of the College’s current diversity structure and his recommendations for the future of the community.

Panel addresses national addiction crisis

It all started with a hike in the woods, a knee injury and the surgery that followed. Like many who endure serious procedures, the pain afterward can be excruciating. This too was the case for Ryan Hampton, who found that his prescribed pain medication was his only relief. It was not long before he found himself slowly becoming addicted.

SFB funds Chabad, UGC, semester retreats

The Student Finance Board funded its base budget and spring training retreats and three student organizations at its first meeting of the semester on Jan. 30.

Campus Town hosts local blood drive

In honor of National Blood Donor Month, Campus Town hosted a blood drive from Jan. 30 to Friday, Feb.1 in effort to combat the current blood bank deficit facing New Jersey.

College counters racial intolerance

In light of the recent racial incidents that have occurred on campus, the administration has addressed feedback and questions from the community regarding what actions will be taken to better manage any future instances of racism and discrimination.

College reacts to federal government shutdown

The longest U.S. government shutdown concluded with the signing of a short term spending bill on Jan. 25, but not before the College extended a helping hand to those experiencing related financial hardship.

College mourns loss of former Sodexo employee

Yvette “Eve” Cruz, a dearly remembered employee, has died at age 44 on Dec 14. While the cause of death remains unconfirmed, the former Sodexo cashier at Eickhoff Hall was known by members of the campus community as “the boss of all bosses.”   

College hosts vigil for car crash victims

Hundreds of campus community members gathered to support one another as the five students remain in critical condition.

Five students hospitalized with serious injuries after car crash

Five students were seriously injured in a collision outside of 1817 Pennington Road in the early morning hours of Sunday, Dec. 2. All of the students remain at Capital Health Regional Medical Center in Trenton and St. Mary’s Hospital in Langhorne, Pennsylvania as of Sunday night.

Veterans assess ‘Star Wars” portrayal of battle

A panel of three U.S. veterans and one active lieutenant colonel sat and discussed the differences between war in reality versus dramatized war depicted on the silver screen on Oct. 19 in the Library Auditorium on a panel sponsored by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences and the College’s honors program.  

Professor sheds light on violence in Trenton

In the third installment of the Fall 2018 Faculty Lecture Series, the School of Arts and Communication presented excerpts from a film titled, “Seven Square Miles” in Mayo Concert Hall on Oct. 12.

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