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TCNJ Sociology and Anthropology students work on the Arch St. Project

TCNJ’s summer fieldschool students are busy. Here’s a photo from their first day working on an excavated coffin from the Arch St. Project. The students are carefully cleaning the very first coffin in preparation to better document the exterior hardware before excavating inside of it. They look focused, but excited to begin! Good luck to… Continue Reading

Canine Crazy and Data Driven

Danielle Holland’s internship was the perfect balance of work and play: the senior criminology major found a way to incorporate her love for canines while getting hands-on experience with police work. Continue Reading

Commanding syntax, and the room

At the annual Sigma Tau Delta English Honor Society convention, this year in Louisville, Kentucky, each of the 273 registered chapters is called. Sometimes five students rise as their school is called, sometimes a few more than five. But for TCNJ, 25 students and two professors rise—and the room takes notice. After over 150 participants,… Continue Reading

A look back at Dean Wong’s first semester at TCNJ

At the end of the summer of 2016, incoming TCNJ freshmen packed up their belongings to head off into the exciting unknown of the next chapter of their lives. Equipped with seemingly endless opportunities, resources and friendly faces, the transition, albeit daunting, became one of ease. Such is also the case for many of the College’s… Continue Reading

The HSS Fall 2016 Academic Achievement Awards

In late October, the School of Humanities and Social Sciences celebrated student’s excellence during the Fall 2016 Academic Achievement Awards ceremony. The 19 recipients have shown a tremendous dedication to their disciplines, through research and papers, mastery of foreign languages and demanding internships. Congratulations to all who were honored! Not pictured: Samantha Plewa – Academic… Continue Reading