Archive: February 2011

Images of TCNJ athletics from 2010

Take a look back at all that was achieved and enjoyed in the Lions’ sports family for 2010.

TCNJ’s Mark Kiselica ranked a top scholar in counseling

The vice provost and professor of counseling has been ranked one of the top scholars in the counseling profession based on a recent content analysis of the “Journal of Counseling and Development (JCD),” the premier publication of the American Counseling Association.

Driving green to conserve fuel and protect the environment

With gasoline prices on the rise and increasing reports about the impact of greenhouse gases on the environment, now is the time to rethink how you typically drive and maintain your vehicles. For tips on increasing your fuel efficiency, read more…

Alumna aims to entertain and educate with her new “Inception”-like novel

In “Ashlynn’s Dreams,” by Julie Gilbert ’07, a kidnapped girl discovers she has the power to enter and even shape a person’s dreams. The girl must learn how to use her powers because her life isn’t the only one at stake.

Video: January plays of the month

The sports information staff breaks down the top Lions athletics plays from the month of January.

Alumni Association Board seeking new members

Attention alumni from the ’50s, ’60s, ’70s and ’80s: the Alumni Association needs graduates from your decade to serve as Alumni Board members. Find out how you can get involved.

Get hooked on “NeverLanding”

“NeverLanding,” the hilarious new Web series created, written, and directed by TCNJ alumni and starring a number of former and current students, is a hit with online audiences. See what the buzz is about.

The Lions in winter (Part II)

Travel back through time (again) with this slide show of wintry photos culled from the College’s archives and yearbooks.

Alumna, art education students introduce grade-schoolers to new campus art exhibit

Trustee and retired teacher Rosie Hymerling ’67 helped Professor Lisa LaJevic’s students teach local elementary school children about the contemporary Inuit art now on display in TCNJ Art Gallery.