Archive: Fall 2015

Out of Their Minds

Titles tell you squat about the fluid and intense intellectual curiosity that characterizes our faculty. We’re here to remedy that.

Diminished Men, Diminishing Returns

The experiences of inmates facing life without parole call for changes in US sentencing policies, says Prof. Margaret Leigey.

Letters: Fall 2015

Memories of Miss Hillwood. Plus, we want to hear which STC/TSC/TCNJ professor had the biggest impact on your life.

Girls, rising

Alumna Kelsey Martin started a women’s empowerment group for an unlikely group: her 8-year-old students.

Alumnus goes all in on a poker career. It was a good bet.

Six months after turning pro, Connor Berkowitz ’12 won nearly half a million dollars in the World Series of Poker’s Lucky Sevens Texas Hold ’Em tournament.


Alumni remember Bob Cole, founder of TCNJ’s journalism program, and Patrick Donohue, retired assistant provost for community engaged learning programs and partnerships.

Ten Things You Need to Know About: The Class of 2019

Get to know the newest group of future TCNJ alumni.

Winter Wellness

Campus health experts explain how you can survive the season that keeps on giving.

Faculty Meeting

Can you spot the two TCNJ alumni among this year’s new faculty?