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Tuesday February 7th

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(Photo courtesy of Rachel Lea / Correspondent).

Cultures unite at the Cultural Block Party

To end the month of recognizing cultural inclusion, the College hosted its first Cultural Block Party on Friday, Sept. 30 in the Trenton State College Park. A coming together of cultures on such a scale, however, is not something new for the College.

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(Photos courtesy of Emma Ferschweiler / Staff Writer)

Anti-Violence Initatives volunteers led a workshop on sex misconceptions

Students gathered for a workshop about sexuality, sex and consent hosted by the College’s Counseling and Prevention Services (CAPS) on Sept. 28 in Brower Student Center 225 East. The meeting was run by fellow students who are part of the Anti-Violence Initiatives (AVI) under CAPS. Co-sponsors for the event were the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity, Delta Zeta sorority, Kappa Delta sorority and the College’s gender and sexuality alliance, Prism. 

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Sigma Tau Delta members discussing banned books in schools (Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Gladstone / Photo Editor).

Sigma Tau Delta holds Banned Books Week

In recent years, the debate over banned books has exploded in places like school board meetings, libraries and state senates, resulting in legislation restricting the books allowed in public libraries and K-12 schools.

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(Photo courtesy of Karla Fonseca / Staff Writer)

The College hosts the kickoff for 2022 NJ Ballot Bowl

The College hosted the kickoff for the 2022 NJ Ballot Bowl on Sept. 20, with special guest New Jersey Secretary of State Tahesha Way, as well as a number of public officials and students from other universities, including Princeton University, Georgian Court University, Centenary University and Kean University.  

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(Photo courtesy Elizabeth Gladstone / Photo editor).

The College ranks fifth in best universities of the North

The College once again ranks among the top regional universities in the north region according to the U.S. News & World Report’s 2022-2023 Best Colleges rankings released on Sept. 12. The College placed first among Public Regional Colleges in the North and fifth overall among all colleges in the region. It ranks right above Emerson College and below Loyola University Maryland.

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