Archive: February 2010

Here for Haiti and Ready to Help

Since the earthquake that shook Haiti on January 12, an array of student organizations have been working to generate support for the island nation.

Former Lions Baseball Standout is Still Swinging in Pinstripes

Anthony Flynn traded Lions pinstripes for Yankees pinstripes after graduating in 2001. This season will be his 10th with the Bronx Bombers, and his second as the team’s assistant director of video and advance scouting.

Video: TCNJ Athletics Plays of the Month, January 2010

Check out the action that made TCNJ’s sports highlight reel for January 2010, including the play of the month.

The Impact of Eunice Kennedy Shriver’s Visit to TCNJ in 2006: Student Voices

In January, the College celebrated the legacy of Eunice Kennedy Shriver, who was was internationally respected and loved for her work on behalf of people with developmental disabilities, especially, the founding the Special Olympics.

Looking Back: Dorm Life Photo Gallery

A collection of photos from the last 30-plus years of students studying, sleeping, and hanging out with friends in campus residence halls.

Help for Alumni Searching the “Help Wanted” Ads

TCNJ’s Career Center offers alumni several cost-free services to help with job-hunting after graduation.

Alum’s New Book is a Product of His Family’s Close Connection to Norman Rockwell

Thirty-three years after Norman Rockwell painted his last Boy Scouts image, his talent and commitment to the organization are featured in the book, “Norman Rockwell’s Boy Scouts of America,” co-written by Jeff Csatari ’83.

Alum Lands Co-hosting Spots on “Live with Regis and Kelly” and “Shaq vs.”

Pat Tomasulo’s work on WGN has made him a local celebrity in the Chicago area. Now thanks to recent co-hosting appearances on nationally televised programs, it shouldn’t be long before the rest of America knows his name.

For One Alumna, a Senior Project Leads to a Rewarding Career

As a journalism major and aspiring magazine editor, Tammy Tibbetts ’07 hoped she would one day get the chance to interview interesting people and cultivate new and exciting story ideas. What she didn’t expect was the fruitful relationship and rewarding career that resulted from an interview she conducted while still a student.