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Foster begins tenure as College president

As the clock struck midnight on July 1, the campus community experienced a change far more significant than flipping to the next page on the calendar — the date marked the end of former College President R. Barbara Gitenstein’s time as the school’s leader and the beginning of College President Kathryn Foster’s tenure.

Administration combats Bible Believers’ return with celebration of diversity

A single microphone was placed atop the steps leading to Green Hall’s main entrance, with a buzzing crowd of campus community members below waiting to speak and listen. The building’s long hallways extending past the central clock tower were reminiscent of outstretched arms in a supportive embrace as the upbeat background music was lowered, and several speakers prepared to discuss their personal interpretation of the phrase, “When they go low, we go high.”

Kathryn Foster named College’s 16th president

The Board of Trustees announced its unanimous selection of the College’s new president-elect on March 28 ­— Kathryn Foster, an accomplished scholar and educator, will return to her home state to serve as the College’s 16th president on July 1.

Campus Town missing mental health care

Nearly one year after Campus Town’s InFocus Urgent Care announced its decision to offer counseling services, and just over six months after the practice celebrated its grand opening, only one thing is missing from the bustling health care center students are thankful to have as a medical resource — the long-awaited, much-debated mental health care component.

Gitenstein wins esteemed higher education award

Throughout R. Barbara Gitenstein’s presidency, the College has raised more than 47 million dollars, increasing its endowment by over 1,200 percent.

Presidential Search Committee establishes pool of finalists

The Presidential Search Committee has narrowed its selection of candidates to serve as the College’s next president to a small group of finalists, according to a campus-wide email from Presidential Search Committee Chair Susanne Svizeny (’79) sent on Wednesday, Feb. 7.

President Gitenstein discusses initiatives for final year

Gitenstein addresses several student, faculty and alumni concerns.

Social justice commission releases final report

The Advisory Commission on Social Justice: Race and Educational Attainment released its final report and recommendations approved by the College’s President R. Barbara Gitenstein on Sept. 5.

Board of Trustees creates presidential search committee

The College’s Board of Trustees has established an 18-member committee responsible for selecting the College’s 16th president.

Classic Signals: College inaugurates Gitenstein

In Oct. of 1999, R. Barbara Gitenstein became the 15th president to serve the College community. Gitenstein took office and became the first female president on campus. This July, Gitenstein announced her plan to retire in June 2018, after serving 18 memorable years. Gitenstein will leave behind both academic and physical contributions to the College that have improved the institution’s focus on higher education.

Gitenstein announces plans to retire in 2018

College President R. Barbara Gitenstein has announced her decision to retire at the end of the 2017-18 academic year, after serving in her role for nearly 20 years.

College President accepts recommendation to change name of Paul Loser Hall

College President R. Barbara Gitenstein has accepted a recommendation to change the name of Paul Loser Hall, which will be taken to the College’s Board of Trustees for formal consideration.

Decision to close TCNJ Clinic suspended

The College’s controversial decision to close the TCNJ Clinic has been suspended until the clinic’s efficacy is thoroughly evaluated by no later than Oct. 31, 2017.

10 issues President Gitenstein should think about this semester

The College is a home away from home for thousands of students, staff and faculty members who live and learn within its colonial-style campus. But like all institutions, it is not without its faults.

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