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Friday June 14th

Victoria Gladstone


Bernstein has appointed a committee of faculty to examine staff responsibilities and find ways to reduce costs (Photo by Shane Gillespie / Photo Editor ).
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How the LIONS plan may affect adjunct professors

Part of Interim President Michael Bernstein’s LIONS plan suggests reducing adjunct faculty to cut back on the College’s spending. Bernstein has appointed a committee of faculty to examine staff responsibilities and find ways to reduce costs between $4.5 million and $5 million within the overall faculty budget. 

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In an interview with The Signal, Bernstein emphasized that most of what he outlined in the email are ideas that should be further examined (Photo by Elizabeth Gladstone / Multimedia Coordinator).
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Interim President Bernstein on the LIONS initiative: How the new leader wants to set TCNJ up for success

When Interim President Michael Bernstein sent out a campus-wide email on listing his vision for ensuring the College’s future success, the reaction on campus was a mix of cautious optimism and outright worry. In an interview with The Signal, Bernstein emphasized that most of what he outlined in the email are ideas that should be further examined—not concrete actions that will take effect immediately.

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