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Sunday May 26th

Tristan Weisenbach

According to multiple sources, at least 31 faculty members have accepted the voluntary separation offer (Photo by Shane Gillespie / Photo Editor).

Faculty voluntary separation leaves some departments scrambling, others largely untouched

Faculty members and librarians over the age of 60 or who have been employed by the College for at least 20 years were presented with a voluntary separation offer in an email from Interim Provost Suzanne McCotter on March 21. The proposition provided these faculty with the option of a one year alternate assignment beginning this upcoming fall before they would be fully relieved of their job — a benefit that regular retirees do not receive.

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The renovations are tentatively scheduled to begin in September 2024 and be completed by December 2025 (Photo by Brielle Zimer / Staff Photographer).

In TCNJ’s Forcina Hall renovations, sustainability is key

Funded by a $33 million grant from the state’s Office of the Secretary of Higher Education, the renovations will align some aspects of the building with the U.S. Green Building Council's LEED certification program, which sets sustainability and energy-saving standards for buildings. Planned initiatives include switching to LED lighting, reducing water usage, upgrading indoor climate control tools and improving indoor air quality.

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