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Breaking down TCNJ’s finances ahead of new Bernstein announcements

Following his semester-long “listening tour,” Interim President Bernstein will soon announce new initiatives designed to ensure the College’s long-term financial sustainability. Ahead of these announcements, Interim Treasurer Richard Schweigert and Interim Associate Vice President Mark Mehler sat down for an interview with The Signal to break down the College’s finances, including its budget, debt, state funding, tuition, and room and board. 

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TCNJ environment at risk: Consequences of deer overpopulation

On Oct. 25, The Ewing Green Team held a presentation by the stewardship director of Friends of Hopewell Valley Open Space, Dr. Michael Van Clef, on invasive species at the Hollowbrook Community Center in Ewing. The Senior Director of Sustainability and Energy Management, Paul Romano, attended the presentation and instantly felt concerned over the deer population on campus. 

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In between marches, student speakers recited chants and spoke about the Israel-Palestine war (Photo courtesy of Aiman Shaikh).

Pro-Palestinian students speak out on campus

As the war continues in the Middle East, students at the College in support of Palestinians are voicing their thoughts and hosting protests on campus. On Oct. 25 and Nov. 8, students supporting the cause marched through the main pathway through campus, between Alumni Grove and the bronze lion statue heading towards Trenton Hall. 

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