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Briana Keenan


The College's Tap Ensemble, performing for Homecoming, 2023. (Photo by Briana Keenan / Correspondent)
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OPINION: Passions often shift at the college level

Transitioning into and out of different phases of my life, I have realized that the pastimes I once saw as my main passions have shifted. Although the future is uncertain, I am excited to embark on a new journey and continue learning; and at the end of the day, I know that I will end up where I am meant to be in my career.

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(Photo by Briana Keenan / News Editor)
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OPINION: Men should not clean the women’s bathrooms, especially if people are inside

I get ready to shower before my 11 a.m. class, and hear some other girls come in and out of the bathroom. While I’m still in the shower, I hear the cleaning cart come in. When I finished getting dressed and stepped out to go to my room, I noticed that a man was cleaning the toilets. Whoever this cleaning staff member was did not knock, announce himself or make any effort to check if anyone was inside the bathroom before entering. I was shocked.

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(Photo by Briana Keenan / News Editor)
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OPINION: The transition back from winter break can be a struggle for students at the College

While the time off allowed me to see friends from high school, spend time with my family and relax after my first semester, the start of this semester has made me find comfort in a routine. Yet, anxiety about how much I have on my plate still lingers. Being back from break has reminded me that I must continue to take care of my mental health while transitioning back to campus life. 

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A still from a security camera showing the van and two suspects of the incident (Photo courtesy of Campus Police).
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Seven TCNJ students struck by pellet guns in Campus Town

Two students from the College were struck by pellets in Campus Town on the night of Jan. 21, according to a Campus Police emergency alert, but did not require medical attention. The perpetrators were in a white van traveling south on the main boulevard. It was later revealed that five other students also reported being struck after receiving the emergency alert.

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Cars located after Allen, Ely and Brewster Halls on Friday, Dec. 1. Many parents were seen picking up students for the weekend in order to take them home (Photo courtesy of Briana Keenan).
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Students, staff have mixed opinions on the College being a ‘suitcase school’

Lack of activity on the weekends has led the campus community to debate whether or not the College is a “suitcase school.” The term defines a college campus where students leave for the weekends and are only on campus for their academic classes. At the College, students and staff alike have mixed views on whether or not it falls under this term based on who leaves and what activities are available. 

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