Archive: March 2011

Video: February plays of the month

The sports information staff breaks down the top Lions athletics plays from the month of February 2011.

Pollock in a class of his own as a teacher and mentor, communication studies grads say

Several alumni explain how Professor John Pollock’s unique classroom approach and mentoring have played a key role in their individual successes after graduating from TCNJ.

Our man in Slovenia

As a college student, Joseph Mussomeli ’75 nearly forsook his native United States to live life backpacking through Europe. Today, in his role as US Ambassador to Slovenia, the almost-expatriate represents the “face of America” to the Central European country’s two million citizens. Mussomeli’s mission in Slovenia is his second ambassadorship, and the latest stop in a fascinating 30-year diplomatic career.

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Running marathons keeps this high-flying alum’s feet on the ground

Whether it’s running in the New York, Boston, or Chicago marathon, or piloting a Cessna 172, staring down personal challenges is what makes TCNJ assistant cross country coach Chris Curto ’03 tick.

Alumni wrestlers team up to show their Lions’ pride 

Nine former TCNJ wrestlers who now coach at high schools throughout the state brought their wrestling squads together for the first-ever TCNJ Alumni Coaches Wrestling Tournament.

TCNJ Athletics Military Day

TCNJ’s baseball team will host Military Day on Saturday, April 23, to honor those who have served or are currently serving in the US military.

Athletic Hall of Fame

Find out who will be inducted at this year’s ceremony, scheduled for Friday, October 21, 2011.

Religious children are healthier children, study shows

Research done by a TCNJ economics professor shows that a child’s involvement with religion has a “positive association” with his or her physical and mental well-being.