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Students build bonds, break down stereotypes while teaching in Russia

Students build bonds, break down stereotypes while teaching in Russia

Kyriaki Christodoulou, Lia Lumauig, Joanna Peluso, Michael Schiumo, Tyler Sudia and Katie Wertheimer spent their spring break teaching English to 2nd through 11th graders at a school in Vladimir, Russia. Continue Reading

“The Politics of Poetics Under Dictatorship in Argentina” by Award-winning Translator Molly Wiegel

Date and Time: Wed., April 23 at 5 pm Location: Library Auditorium Translating Experimental Poetry:  The Politics of Poetics under Dictatorship in Argentina.  Reading and Talk by Molly Wiegel, award-winning translator of Argentine poets: http://jacket2.org/category/commentary-tags/molly-weigel

Celebrating Shakespeare’s 450th Birthday with the Passion of Poetry

Celebrating Shakespeare’s 450th Birthday with the Passion of Poetry

Dr. Jo Carney of the English Department will be facilitating a reading of Shakespeare’s sonnets on April 23 in honor of the Shakespeare’s (would-be) 450th birthday. Yes, even centuries later Shakespeare is relevant and read the world over. But Why, you may ask, does this long-gone poet continue to be read, cited, and bowed down to?Continue Reading

Health Career Planning Resources for HSS Majors

Health Career Planning Resources for HSS Majors

Students in any HSS major can go to medical school, dental school, veterinary school, as well as post-graduate programs in physical and occupational therapy and other health care fields.Continue Reading

The Lucas Brothers

The Lucas Brothers

After graduating from TCNJ in 2007 with philosophy degrees, identical twins Keith and Kenny Lucas parted ways, each headed to one of the nation’s top law schools: Keith to Duke; Kenny to NYU. But two years into their separate journeys toward legal careers, the brothers decided to change course and pursue a new adventure, together: standup comedy.Continue Reading

Illuminating the invisible in health research and education

Illuminating the invisible in health research and education

Sociologist Lynn Gazley studies how social frameworks affect medical research.Continue Reading

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HSS Senior Accepts Teaching Assistantship in Austria

HSS Senior Accepts Teaching Assistantship in Austria

Matt Knoth, senior International Studies major, has been granted a US Teaching Assistantship (USTA) from the Austrian-American Educational Commission (a.k.a. Austrian Fulbright Commission). Continue Reading

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