Archive: TCNJ x10

10 things to know about…starting a podcast

Thinking of hopping on the podcast trend? Annemarie Stolting ’03 offers these tips from her mic.

10 things you need to know about…A spot of tea

Deborah Raab ’76, a certified tea specialist and founder of Tea-For-All located in the Trenton Farmers Market, spills some facts about her favorite drink.

10 things you need to know about … Michael Bernstein

TCNJ’s newly minted president was happy to share a few fun facts to help us all get to know him.

10 things you need to know about … the pursuit of happiness

In his Art of Happiness class, English and Chinese Professor Jiayan Mi teaches Buddhist thoughts of how to live a good life.

10 things you need to know about … our new view of space

It’s likely by now you’ve seen the stunning photos of the universe coming from NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope. The images are bringing new details and clarity to what we know about space. TCNJ grad Knicole Colon ’07, an astrophysicist at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, explains some of the Webb’s key findings. The first […]

10 things you need to know about … the clock tower

The clock tower, an iconic TCNJ landmark perched atop Green Hall, underwent a $17,000 revitalization in May to upgrade internal and external components worn out from years of use. Both the clock itself and the carillon, the instrument that sounds the bells, were refurbished. In the interest of time, we’ve summarized the clock’s glow up […]

10 things you need to know about … mosquito season

If you got bugs, in your neighborhood. Who you gonna call? Julio Brothers! Twins Jason and Jeremy Julio ’05, founders of Last Bite Mosquito and Tick Control, are New Jersey’s top bug busters. As we hit the lazy days of summer when mosquitoes are most likely to swarm, the Julios share their skeeter expertise and […]

10 things you need to know about … 91.3 WTSR

Music is a universal language, and no one proves that more than the DJs at 91.3 WTSR.

10 things you need to know about … cicada ice cream

The cicada invasion of 2021 may have left many residents of Princeton, New Jersey, making mental notes to move before the next 17-year cycle hits in 2038. But for Matt Errico ’96 and Gabrielle Carbone ’98, owners of The Bent Spoon, an ice cream shop in the town’s Palmer Square, it provided a chance to […]