Archive: April 2011

Photo gallery: colorful campus

A collection of springtime campus photos taken throughout the years.

Two students’ love for the ice leads to a competitive club figure skating team

A chance meeting between two students got TCNJ’s Figure Skating Club on the ice. Though still relatively new, the team has two competitions under its belt and is looking to expand its roster.

Video: March 2011 plays of the month

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

An odyssey in an Element

Eric Larson ’96 found a unique way to break in his new car, a Honda Element: he drove more than 14,000 miles in just under two months as he crisscrossed the country last summer—traveling almost the entire way by himself. He shared with us his reflections on his adventure.

A face for activism

Keiko Zoll ’04 is one of the 7.3 million people in this country afflicted with infertility. But rather than let that diagnosis define her, Zoll has become an inspiration and advocate for the many who aren’t yet ready to publicly share their infertility stories.

Alums’ passion for travel and and sense of global connectedness inspires their children to create foreign study award

Mario ’50 and Doris ’48 Laurenti passed their love of international travel, and their interest in the connections it revealed, down to their children. In turn, their children created the Doris and Mario Laurenti Fund, which helps TCNJ students pursue academic research and other approved study in Africa, the Middle East, South Asia, and East Asia.

Football players crack books with grade schoolers

Members of TCNJ’s football team visited a local elementary school to show students that reading is a powerful resource that offers knowledge and entertainment.

TCNJ athletes cited by NJAC for standout performances

TCNJ enjoyed its first full week of April by having five athletes honored by the New Jersey Athletic Conference.

TCNJ Art Gallery exhibition rethinks representation of black men

“Wounding the Black Male: Photographs from the Light Work Collection” explores the visual exploitation of the disfigured black male body and the ways in which artists disrupt this problematic paradigm.