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Concert brings blues to campus

The Kendall Hall Main Stage Theater was filled with jazz, solos and a wide showcase of talent as the TCNJ Jazz Ensemble gathered for its concert on Nov. 15.

Performance honors life of student

Emotions were high in the Mayo Concert Hall on Sunday, Feb.10 as the Music Students Association put on the Zujkowski American Heart Association Benefit Concert in memory of senior music education major Jason Zujkowski, who died last November.

College ensembles ring in holiday season

The performers in the concert all wore red ribbons in memory of Zujkowski and to raise awareness of heart disease.

Treblemakers empower women during spring concert

The College’s only all female a cappella group, the Treblemakers, came out with a bang at their spring 2018 concert on Sunday, April 29 in Mayo Concert Hall.

Multiple students kicked out of Fall Concert

On Nov. 28, at approximately 9:45 p.m., there were reports of a male student in the middle of the crowd at the Fall Concert about to pass out.

Philly concert features two rockin’ bands

Two Door Cinema Club provided a night that will live glorious splendor in the memories of everyone that went to its concert at the Electric Factory the night of Sept. 30.

Young The Giant plays at Penn’s Landing

Philadelphia’s Festival Pier at Penn’s Landing was filled with excited fans on Sept. 15 as they eagerly awaited Young the Giant’s arrival.

Cub hosts Silent Disco

This year, the College Union Board made the 21st night of September one to remember.

Microwave heats up CUB Alt crowd

CUB Alt latest concert on Friday, Sept. 8 in the Brower Student Center featured three outside bands that were each diverse and talented.

A cappella groups showcase talent in concert

Four a cappella groups rocked Mayo Concert Hall on Monday, Aug. 28, at the annual, “Fellas, Bellas and A Cappella” concert, which brought Welcome Week 2017 to a close.

Kesha’s ‘True Colors’ shine in concert

Kesha’s Fuck the World Tour landed at the College on the night of Friday, April 7, evoking nostalgia and empowerment from the College’s students. Since Kesha first released her album “Animal” in 2010, most students at the College grew up listening to her music, so they were excited to revisit some of their favorite throwbacks like “Tik Tok” and “Your Love is my Drug.”

Accomplished composer memorialized in heartfelt concert

By Elizabeth Zakaim Reviews Editor To many, he was a composer and arranger, and to others, a teacher or mentor. Those most close to him thought...

Lions shake their manes to The Maine

John O’Callaghan, lead singer of The Maine, said he would rather “poop his pants” than talk politics. Luckily for the audience, he talked about everything but. Even if he had, it wouldn’t have stopped him from dancing wildly across the stage and encouraging more than 500 students to let loose after a long winter break.

A cappella group The Filharmonic serenades students in Mayo Concert Hall

The Filharmonic performed songs such as “Chains” by Nick Jonas, “Shut up and Dance with Me” by Walk the Moon. Every song was well-known, so the audience could easily pick it up and sing along with them, except from their original song, “Get up and Go.” However, the group taught the audience the verses, so they could sing, too.

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