Archive: Fall 2014

Looking Back: Fall 2014

Billy Joel was supposed to open for Roger McGuinn at their February 8, 1974, concert at Trenton State College. But when some of Joel’s band members and instruments got stuck on the Pennsylvania Turnpike because of a snowstorm, the headliner became the opening act.

10 Things You Need to Know About: Life in the Fast Lane

We asked Julianna White ’11, the newest Miss Sprint Cup ambassador, to give us a look behind the Sprint Cup curtain.

Back From Brazil

With an MLS Referee of the Year award and five World Cup game assignments under his belt, Mark Geiger ’96 is quite possibly the most accomplished and highly regarded American soccer referee, well, ever.

School Work

As chief of strategic partnerships for Philadelphia schools, Stacy Holland ’92 spent the past year working to facilitate community and organizational partnerships that bring in additional program services and create opportunities for students.

Did Florio Have It Right All Along?

As New Jersey steered its way through a fiscal crisis in the 1990s, then-Governor Jim Florio, a 1962 graduate of the college, was forced to make some tough decisions that weren’t always popular with voters. Today, with the state again struggling to find its fiscal footing, voters might be wondering: Did Florio have it right all along?

The Lost Angels

Around 1960, a group of stained glass medallions—cut from windows that once provided the backdrop to students bustling in and out of the auditorium on the old Trenton campus—simply vanished. This is the story of those lost artifacts, and how two of them have made their way home.

‘Count Like an Egyptian’

In his new book, associate professor David Reimer shows how ancient Egyptian mathematics—more art than algorithm—shaped everything from pyramids to property lines.

On the Lookout: Fall 2014

Players, teams and games you won’t want to miss this season.

The History Books: Miller’s road to 500

Softball coach Sally Miller collected her 500th victory on April 18 with a 13–1 win over New Jersey City University. Here’s a look at some of the more memorable wins she got along the way.