Archive: December 2012

Former Lions bring pride to high school tournament

Former Lions wrestlers to square off as coaches in high school tournament to be held Saturday, December 15, on TCNJ’s campus.

This month in Lions’ sports history: Kimm Lacken’s December to Remember

The women’s basketball program’s all-time leading scorer also knew a thing or two about crashing the boards, something she proved during three memorable games in December 1986.

Ahead of the game

Forty years have passed since Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 was enacted into federal law, banning discrimination against women in education and providing an equal opportunity in athletics. The passing of Title IX, though, wasn’t a quick fix in women’s athletics, because some schools went kicking and screaming over it. TCNJ was shouting about it, too—but over the benefits.

Glenn and Lillian Earl: putting the gold in “golden years”

The keys to a joyous marriage and happy retirement, say Glenn and Lillian (Georgeanni) Earl, are having fun together, staying active, and embarking on plenty of adventures. The athletic globetrotting couple, both members of the Class of 1962, should know after traveling the world while enjoying each other’s company for more than 50 years and […]

Looking Back: December 2012

If you’re among the “merry gentlemen” pictured here or know someone who is, or even if you just have a tale you’d like to share about holidays past on campus, we’d love to hear from you.

“Tale-gating” at Homecoming

Theta Nu Sigma might have disappeared from campus more than 30 years ago, but its members were out in full force at Homecoming this year. Plus, pictures from the weekend’s festivities.

From the ground up

“You can’t afford to miss on an aircraft,” says Don Anderson, a 1994 law and justice graduate who helped build today’s Federal Air Marshal Service.

Photo Gallery: A TCNJ Autumn

Senior biology major Ravi Shah shared these photos he took of campus this fall.

Elizabeth Sheridan ’79 is transforming healthcare in the Garden State

Sheridan, COO of SJH Regional Medical Center corporate chief nursing executive of the SJH system, has proved a forceful advocate for nurses’ advancement within the profession and in governance.