The Journal of Student Scholarship
The TCNJ Journal of Student Scholarship was first published in 1998 to provide a forum for outstanding examples of research fostered by the collaboration of TCNJ students and faculty. The Journal welcomes submissions from students in ALL academic disciplines. Please send papers, abstracts, and bibliographical citations to David Venturo, Editor, TCNJ Journal of Student Scholarship, at the Department of English, Bliss Hall, TCNJ. If you have questions, please contact Prof. Venturo at his office extension, 2155, or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Signal is The College of New Jersey’s award-winning student-run, student-produced weekly newspaper. Established in 1885, it is one of the older student newspapers in the country, and among the oldest collegiate weeklies. Issues are published on Wednesdays during the Fall and Spring semesters, and are delivered to multiple campus locations including the TCNJ Library, Eickhoff Hall, the Brower Student Center and most academic buildings and residence halls. To learn more about The Signal and how you can participate, send an email to email@example.com.
For more information, visit The Signal Website.
Lion’s Eye Literary Magazine
Lion’s Eye is The College of New Jersey’s student-run literary magazine with the purpose to publish one issue per semester showcasing student artwork, photography, poetry, and prose. Meetings are every Wednesday at 4:00 P.M. in Bliss. Any student with an interest in reviewing art/literature is encouraged to attend, and anyone can become a member simply by showing up to meetings. All members have the opportunity to influence the direction of the magazine by sharing their opinions and ideas and voting on whether submitted works should be included in the semester’s issue.
For more information, visit The Lion’s Eye website.
Created by a group of students at The College of New Jersey in the spring of 1996, unbound is an online magazine. At unbound, new views, forms and beliefs are explored and examined through articles in one of six categories: features, business and government, health, lifestyles, opinions and arts and leisure. The students, who were members of professor Kim Pearson’s magazine writing class and Elizabeth Mackie’s graphic design class, founded unbound on the belief that self-empowerment and self-liberation can be achieved through one’s own actions and involvement. Since then, unbound has evolved into an ongoing project that is maintained by students and volunteers with faculty direction and support. Yet unbound remains dedicated to the original goal.
For more information, visit The Unbound Website.