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September 24th, 2009


bluegenius
12:15 am - Protests on Campus
Can you believe this sort of thing happens still?

Born-again demonstrators ignite student protest Via the TCNJ Signal website
Current Mood: annoyedannoyed

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December 8th, 2008


love_1776
03:17 pm - Salut!
This is gonna be a double-noobie post so prepare yourself.

My name is Siobhan (do not bother trying to pronounce it; you will not say it right) and I'm class of 2012. Right now I'm a comp sci/history double major but I, like a soggy waffle, have trouble keeping my mind made up so I keep flip-flopping about the comp sci part.

I don't know what else to say. :)

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December 2nd, 2008


pressie3
12:48 am - Why, Hello
I'm currently a freshman here and my major is chemistry. I'm really into music (alternative, indie) soooo, hi =]
Current Mood: awakeawake
Current Music: Talons - Bloc Party

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November 19th, 2008


winosaur
11:55 am - 'ello tcnjers
I'm a senior professional writing major, but i'd like to go to grad school for education or library science... eventually. I transferred here last year, so I'm kind of a noob to TCNJ and livejournal as well.

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November 12th, 2008


bluegenius
06:13 pm - Ann Coulter Protest on Campus
I wanted to share this email that I got because I'm a part of a campus organization. In case nobody had any idea. Ann Coulter is super conservative and coming to campus. Articles and quotes behind the cut.

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I left the signature so you would know it was from ACTION

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November 4th, 2008


andieyoureastar
10:05 am - Newb.
my name is andie and i'm a freshman here. i'm an international studies major but i plan on entering the art program eventually.
Current Mood: amusedamused

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November 2nd, 2008


pearldiamond7
08:11 pm - Newbie
Hey my name is Megan! I'm a freshmen this year and I am majoring in early childhood education and history. :-)
Current Mood: okayokay

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March 15th, 2008


mix_tape_junkie
09:09 am - Very Sad News
I can't remember the last time I've posted here, but I wanted to share some very sad news from the History Department. This morning, many recent history alumni received an email from Cynthia Paces. Here is the text of that email:

Sadly, I am trying to reach you to convey very difficult news. Professor Alan Dawley died suddenly while vacationing with his wife in Mexico. The department is grieving for this amazing scholar and teacher, who worked closely with many of you.

I want you to know that Professor Gross, myself, or any department member is available to speak with you about our community's profound loss. When I have details of funeral or memorial service arrangments, I will let you know.

Please let your friends who were not in this class know--we are trying to reach as many alums as possible.

Fondly,


Cynthia

Please help spread this message to has many history alumni as you can. We all knew Dr. Dawley, so this is very sad news for us indeed.
Current Mood: sadsad

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August 21st, 2007


rongraham1
01:29 pm - Assistant teachers sought
Isles/YouthBuild Institute of Trenton is seeking
teachers and teaching assistants for the upcoming
school year. These are mostly full-time, school-day
positions, all are grant-funded, and in most cases
these do not require State certification, though
experience is important. All positions should be
filled by people who love working with teenagers,
especially urban youth.

(1) Assistant teacher for math -- this person should
have aptitude with algebra and geometry, and should
have some experience helping students prepare for
the SAT.

(2) Assistant teacher for computer literacy -- this
person should be skilled with Word, Excel, and
PowerPoint as a minimum. Some skill with Access
helps; experience teaching keyboarding would help
a lot!

(3) Computer repair teacher -- this person should
be skilled with replacing basic components of a PC,
such as disk drives, and should be good with
replacement and installation of peripherals. The
computer teacher should also be skilled with simple
software and hardware maintenance.

(4) Part-time teacher of public speaking -- this
person should have experience and skill in speaking
before audiences and should be able to communicate
this experience to others. A Rhetoric teacher, or an
outstanding Rhetoric student, would be a good candidate
here!

Anyone who is interested can contact me for more
information. rgraham@tcnj.edu

Current Location: work
Current Mood: optimisticoptimistic
Current Music: Van Halen, "Dance the Night Away"

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August 3rd, 2007


pinkfroginachai
12:52 pm
Hello!
Does anyone have any of these books??
They're some of the texts for:
BUS 200
HIS 312
MIT 201
MKT 201
PSY 366

"LAW,BUSINESS,+SOCIETY" MCADAMS
Edition:8TH 07
Publisher:MCG

"MICRSFT.OFFICE EXCEL 2007,ILLUS.COMP." REDING
Edition:07
Publisher:THOMSON

"INFORMATION SYSTEMS ESSENTIALS-W/CD" HAAG
Edition:2ND 08
Publisher:MCG

"MARKETIN PRIN. W/ ONLINE ACCESS(CUSTOM)" HOFFMAM
Edition:3RD
Publisher:THOMSON

"ESSENTIALS OF PERSONNEL ASSESSMENT..." GUION
Edition:06
Publisher:TAYLOR

SHORT HISTORY OF MIDDLE AGES,VOL.2
1551116162
ROSENWEIN
Edition:2ND 04
Publisher:BROADVIEW

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