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.
A team of six students recently unveiled their semester-long research into the history of Paul Loser, during which they uncovered documents that indicate the Trenton superintendent of schools from 1932 to 1955 actively opposed the desegregation of the region’s schools. In the wake of the emergence of the documents, a newly formed group called the TCNJ Committee on Unity has spearheaded a campaign to change the name of Paul Loser Hall.
Author and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Cay Johnston visited The College of New Jersey on Tuesday, Sept. 27, to share facts about Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, whom he has known for nearly three decades.
James Queally returned to The College of New Jersey, from which he graduated in 2009. Since then, he has worked at major media outlets as close to home as The Star-Ledger and as far as the Los Angeles Times, where Queally was part of the team that won a Pulitzer Prize for its reporting on the shootings in San Bernardino, Calif., last year.
Molly Rhythm has been defined by a certain freewheeling inventiveness, and through five years of thrashing histrionics, the six-piece has molded itself into one of the banner groups defining Trenton’s eclectic local scene.
Despite what many men seem to believe, women are just as capable of working in the music industry
We spent a recent — and sweltering — Friday traversing the pre-revolutionary town of Princeton and its niche hotspots surrounding the campus and beyond.
Katia Page, who suffers from lipedemia and lymphedema, will appear in TLC’s television documentary “My Legs Won’t Stop Growing” on Monday, July 25, at 10 p.m.