Archive: March 2013

John P. Donohue named vice president for college advancement

An accomplished leader with more than 30 years of experience in fundraising and advancement, John P. Donohue’s two main priorities are increasing philanthropic support and expanding TCNJ’s recognition nationally.

Video: February 2013 Plays of the Month

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

Looking back: March 2013

Was this a high-stakes card game, an all-night study session, or a little bit of both? We’d be willing to bet that at least one of our readers can tell us who is pictured here and what was taking place. We’d love to hear from you.

Letters: March 2013

Some readers have their say. Find out how you can, too.

Up Front: March 2013

What’s your dream job? See what these readers had to say.

Hometown hero

Former TCNJ football captain Julian “Jay” Price ’93 raced into Hurricane Sandy to rescue people in distress.

Will work for fun

The story of Dave Herman’s yearlong quest to work 100 different jobs—and why Kevin Bacon should take notice of this chronically employed alumnus.

‘One Short Day’ inside Broadway’s Emerald City

On stage in New York City’s Gershwin Theatre, Glinda and Elphaba—the star witches of the “Wizard of Oz”-inspired musical “Wicked”—sing and prance their way through the Emerald City. Fifteen feet above the action, Christy Ney ’99 flips light switches and taps her feet and fingers in time to the music below, speaking quiet commands into a microphone headset. As the blockbuster musical’s assistant stage manager, Ney is charged with orchestrating the look, sound, and feel of “Wicked.”

No “LOL” matter: Should colleges censor their athletes’ use of social media?

A simple tweet or post from a college athlete might seem harmless at the time, but it can come back to haunt them.