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In the Community

Bonner Community Scholars gardening in Trenton

Photo Gallery—The Trentonian

Regional Intoxicated Driver Resource Center opens on campus

From collaboration, a chance for change

Integrity, honesty, decency and virtue

Dr. Cornel West on the four pillars of the black freedom movement — Trenton Times

TCNJ student addresses international public health experts at Paris symposium

Medical Sociology studies deepen senior Jigna Rao’s TB patient advocacy work.

Meghan Sooy: Promoting disability as diversity

Meghan Sooy, director of disability support services, is TCNJ’s advocate for students with disabilities. But on Friday, Oct. 4, she got to play a different kind of leadership role—that of grand marshal of the 3rd Annual NJ Disability Pride Parade in Trenton.

The student school board member

Sophomore Brandon Pugh, a political science major, is working to improve the school system from which he graduated just two years ago.

Finance grad chose corporate law over a career in business—and he couldn’t be happier

Occasionally, a graduate may be hard-pressed to find a direct link between his or her TCNJ studies and his or her current career. Not so for Michael Movsovich ’86, a senior partner in the New York office of the Kirkland & Ellis law firm.

Still ‘here’ for NJ

Residents across the Garden State are still recovering and rebuilding from the devastation of Hurricane Sandy. Through
the Here for Home initiative, TCNJ’s campus community is lending a hand.

TCNJ to host information session to assist local companies looking to do business with the College

In an effort to increase the participation of local businesses in The College of New Jersey’s procurement of goods and services, the College is hosting an Information Session and Breakfast at which owners of Trenton- and Ewing-based small businesses can gain a better understanding of TCNJ’s purchasing procedures. The event will take place on March 21, from 8 to 11 a.m., in room 212 of the Education Building.

Helping New Jersey communities recover and rebuild after Sandy

In the aftermath of one of the worst storms to ever hit New Jersey, The College of New Jersey community has come together to address the many needs of our home state.