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Humility and Hardship: Tea with Ela Gandhi

Humility and Hardship: Tea with Ela Gandhi

Ela Gandhi, peace activist and granddaughter of Mahatma Gandhi, invited 10 students to her apartment in South Africa for tea while they interned this past summer. The interior of her home was humble, which students say complimented her countenance: A small piano stood among the beige walls and decor of her one-bathroom home. According to…

Indie Film Week in Kendall Hall Screening Room

Indie Film Week in Kendall Hall Screening Room

The Communication Studies Department’s Visiting Filmmaker Series will continue this week with two thought-provoking and entertaining independent features by area filmmakers at the new Kendall Hall Screening Room (Kendall 125). On Thursday, September 18 at 6:00PM, TCNJ alum Matt Lawrence will screen his first feature film, “Two Pints Lighter.”   Shot on location in Asbury Park, New Jersey,…

TCNJ Alumni Spotlight: Nicole L. Thompson

TCNJ Alumni Spotlight: Nicole L. Thompson

Name: Nicole L. Thompson Age: 22 Hometown: Newark, NJ Major/Minor: Communication Studies (Radio/TV/Film Track), Integrated Performing Arts Minor Graduation Year: 2014 How did you first become interested in TV and Film? Well, that really started for me at a very young age and I give credit to God for guiding my footsteps to the career that I have now. I…

“Deep Discoveries” Tours are Top-Rated: TCNJ Experiences the Real Africa

“Deep Discoveries” Tours are Top-Rated: TCNJ Experiences the Real Africa

Ewing, NJ: What do Nelson Mandela, Clint Eastwood, the grandson of Mahatma Gandhi, and The College of New Jersey all have in common?  To offer themselves, their clients and friends the exploration of a lifetime, they all found the best guide in South Africa: Barry Fuller. Nelson Mandela asked Barry to guide visiting dignitaries in…

TCNJ Lauded for Elaborating the Swarthmore Liberal Arts Model

TCNJ Lauded for Elaborating the Swarthmore Liberal Arts Model

With colleges and universities under mounting pressure to produce quickly employable grads, one wonders whether the model of the small liberal arts college—which advocates seminar-style teaching and espouses values of respect, tolerance, and living simply—is transferable.

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