Wednesday, February 24, 2021
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College releases new budget: find out the costs and cuts

In her most recent community-missive, released on Tuesday, July 2, College President Kathryn Foster outlined the awaited Fiscal Year 2021 (FY21) budget, which the College’s Board of Trustees passed during their public meeting on June 30.

SFB funds Big Gay Nooner, CSA retreat

Members of the Student Finance Board met with various campus organizations on April 24 to discuss base budgeting and fund three events.

SFB funds Disability Pride, Lions Gaming, TMT

The Student Finance Board fully funded nine events and partially funded three others during its meeting on April 10 at 12:30 p.m.

SFB funds ArchaeOlympics, ‘A Taste of South America’

The Student Finance Board partially funded one organization, fully funded another and tabled funding for an additional proposal during its meeting on April 3 at 12:30 p.m in the Brower Student Center.

Tcnj-snap’s actions spark confusion, controversy

When Jennifer Massa, a junior special education and English dual major, wanted to sell a few pairs of her used sneakers back in October, she had a range of options. Online resale stores such as ThredUp and Poshmark had thousands of customers nationwide

Students receive tips to help build successful careers

To further its goal of preparing students for life in the public sector, the College’s Entrepreneurship Club, in coordination with sophomore class council and senators of Student Government, organized an event with a guest speaker on Thursday, Feb. 7 at 8:30 p.m. in the Business Building Lounge to highlight the importance of side hustles, or forms of income that supplement a full-time job.

Student reflects on lack of affordable dining

After visiting my friends at other state colleges, I began to grow angry with the lack of affordable, local dining options in Ewing.

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