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Students deserve air conditioning in dorms

We might still be deep in a New Jersey winter, but I know a lot of people who are starting to think about the warmer summer months.

Past experiences remain part of students’ identities

There comes a day when every athlete will clean their lockers one last time.

TCNJ SUCS show makes for ‘spooktacular’ evening

The student group’s Halloween show began at 8 p.m. with an introduction from performer Sean Delanoy, a senior interdisciplinary business major, who encouraged donations, prefaced the five acts to follow and got everyone in the Halloween spirit.

Psychologist offers solutions for stress management

Psychologist and comedian Matt Bellace held a lecture about stress management and high risk behavior in the Education Building Room 212 on April 18.

College holds three forums for new police chief

The College is currently in the final stage of recruitment for its next chief of police. The search committee held three forums in the Library Auditorium, one for each of the final three candidates — the College’s Interim Chief of Police Timothy Grant, Lt. Christopher Cherbini of Marlboro Police Department and Administrative Sergeant Brian Melnick at Princeton University  Department of Public Safety.

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.

Students fail to hide paraphernalia

On Feb. 1 at 11:30 p.m., a security officer reported that a smoke alarm was activated in a room in Decker Hall. Upon reaching Decker, the security officer reported an odor of what he believed to be marijuana, according to police reports.

Students should not be afraid to make a change

Everyone has a defining moment in life. A moment when you sit back and take account of everything that has happened, and figure out where to go moving forward. Sometimes one can feel overwhelmed by this moment of uncertainty in their lives. It is disorientating to say the least.

College partners with migrants from Myanmar

Surrounded by the Grecian-accented, pale green walls of the First Baptist Church of Trenton, students from the College and immigrant children filled the pews in preparation to practice their conversational English skills.

Students should embrace imperfection

I’ve learned to embrace the fact that my life can be messy, because I think that now is the time to not have it all figured out. If not now, then when?

Community Fest unites College and Ewing residents

Endless amounts of food, laughter amongst friends and a range of live performances filled the College’s campus on Saturday, Sept. 23, as Ewing Township and the College held its annual Community Fest.

DACA’s near-recision causes concern among students

The goal of DACA is to provide working permits and protect undocumented immigrants from deportation. On Sept. 5, the Trump Administration made the nonsensical decision to rescind DACA, according to the New York Times.

College degrees should be built on passions

Through my first two years at the College, I’ve heard more than my fair share of contradictory and unsolicited opinions about the usefulness of a college degree.

Dear World unites College community

“If you had to share one story with the rest of the world, what would you say?” This question was introduced by Dear World, an interactive and award-winning portrait project that strives to unite people through pictures in their impactful and distinct message-on-skin style.

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