Category Archives: Features

A time to be bold

A time to be bold

President R. Barbara Gitenstein discusses the challenges facing TCNJ and shares her plans for the years ahead.Continue Reading

Designing for Trenton

Designing for Trenton

IMM students are using technology to empower local nonprofits and facilitate social change.Continue Reading

Powering the future

Powering the future

A new lab on campus is fueling research in smart energy conversion, distribution, and utilizationContinue Reading

Change Agents

Change Agents

Meet seven alumni who are transforming how people around the world live, work, and learn.Continue Reading

College in Prison

College in Prison

TCNJ students are taking class side by side with inmates at a correctional facility through a program that is ending recidivism and providing transformative experiences for everyone involved.Continue Reading

Greatest Moments in Lions Sports History

Greatest Moments in Lions Sports History

From Dean to Danica, these are the milestone moments that current and former coaches, players, and fans picked as the greatest in Lions’ sports history. Continue Reading

‘A certain spark’

‘A certain spark’

The Ellen Knowles Harcourt Scholarship Fund provides access to a TCNJ education for low-income students who have overcome great personal challenges. Continue Reading

Still ‘here’ for NJ

Still ‘here’ for NJ

Residents across the Garden State are still recovering and rebuilding from the devastation of Hurricane Sandy. Through
the Here for Home initiative, TCNJ’s campus community is lending a hand. Continue Reading

Through music and art, alumnae teach schoolchildren the importance of unity and individuality

Through music and art, alumnae teach schoolchildren the importance of unity and individuality

Kathryn Sclavi ’05 stands on a stepladder at Washington Elementary School in Trenton, contentedly painting the once beige wall shades of brilliant blue and green. Before her unfolds the Trenton skyline; passing students smile wide and wave excitedly as they watch their hallway transform in front of their eyes. A few hours later, Sclavi standsContinue Reading

Will work for fun

Will work for fun

The story of Dave Herman’s yearlong quest to work 100 different jobs—and why Kevin Bacon should take notice of this chronically employed alumnus.Continue Reading