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Saturday June 15th

Myara Gomez

The purpose of these cleanups is to instill hope into the Trenton community by picking up the large garbage that is left behind (Photo by Myara Gomez/Staff Writer).

As Trenton fights illegal dumping, TCNJ Bonner Scholars step in

With illegal dumping becoming a large issue in the Trenton community, Bonner Scholars came out to support the cleanup of two heavily impacted sites on Feb. 3. TCNJ Bonner Scholars and the Neighborhood Improvement Association partnered together for this cleanup, along with co-sponsors from the Environmental Club and the Collegiate Recovery Community. 

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(Photo courtesy Shane Gillespie / Photo Editor)

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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