Archive: April 2012

Photo gallery: Cafeteria candids

Pictures of STC/TSC/TCNJ students breaking bread in current and former campus dining halls. See yourself, or someone you know?

Video: March 2012 plays of the month

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

’11 alumna wins Soros Fellowship for New Americans

Esther Tetruashvily ’11, who is currently a 2011–12 Fulbright scholar in her native Azerbaijan, received a Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans.

Accounting students volunteer in tax assistance program

Students from Professor C. Andrew LaFond’s class helped low-income individuals file their tax returns.

’70 alumnus appointed president of GCC

Frederick Keating ’70 was appointed president of Gloucester County College (GCC) on February 6 after serving as vice president of student services from 2010 to 2011, and interim president since June 2011.

TCNJ honored with President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll 2012

The award is the highest federal recognition a college or university can receive for its commitment to volunteering, service-learning, and civic engagement.

Social inequality is mirrored in the media, says communication studies professor

Social inequality is a theme running through the articles selected by John C. Pollock, a professor of communication studies, for a special issue of a leading journal, “Mass Communication and Society.”

Alumna battles multiple sclerosis with sweat and a smile

Alyza Szajna ’99 hasn’t let her MS diagnosis slow her down one bit.

Solving math anxiety

Math anxiety can be crippling, attacking people at every age and stage of life. But it is also preventable, says Professor Suriza van der Sandt, who has focused both her research acumen and passion on stopping its spread. She begins at the head of the class.