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What do two feminism-inspired t-shirts and a pop-up book about women’s history have in common?
These are the items that Micaela Ensminger placed in a box to teach her seventh grade Language Arts class a lesson about memoirs.
“I really do love opera, but I also like Motown music,” admits President R. Barbara Gitenstein.
Though one may not suspect it, this administrator originally was a vocal student in college, but switched to studying English after determining she wasn’t a good enough singer.
These are our fav five picks of videos that are beyond cute, literally. While we sometimes watch mindlessly, these videos will leave you with more than just laughs. Check ‘em out and de-stress during this all-too-serious time before finals.
Forget Sammi; Snooki is Jersey Shore’s real sweetheart.
Of course, Nicole ‘Snooki’ Polizzi isn’t the next Mother Teresa, but she wouldn’t care anyway.
“I can moonwalk,” Theresa Lombardi shared, when asked for a fun fact about herself.
Not only does this statement demonstrate her dance skills, but it also reflects Lombardi’s admiration for Michael Jackson’s influence on the world of dance.
“Never have I ever …” been on an airplane.
Though this phrase is typically followed by more risqué responses, my go-to answer in that game has always relied on the fact that not only have I never left the country, but I haven’t even been to an airport.
Spunky and school-spirited, this week’s Campus Cutie has an eye for photography! It’s common to catch Janika Berridge with a camera in hand. As an ambassador, she spent her first week back conducting activities for her floor of freshmen.
I’ll never forget the first time I ventured to the laundry room during my freshman year.
As my clothes neared the end of their rinse cycle, they began to spin at an increased pace.
“It’s been an exciting journey, but the one thing throughout that I feel like has stayed the same is storytelling. That’s what I love to do,” Tibbetts told aspiring journalists at the “Time to Shine: Networking and Jewelry Event,” co-sponsored by Her Campus: TCNJ and Ed@TCNJ on Sunday, April 10.
Like Clark Kent, Matt Huston is more than just a journalist.
He may not wear a cape or rescue residents of Ewing, but making music could be considered a “super” alter ego.
“You drive me crazy. I just can’t sleep.”
While it’s not quite what Britney Spears meant in her song “Crazy,” these lyrics could double as a description of what it’s like to live with a ridiculous roommate.
If you’re like me, Collegiettes, you get excited when you catch a classic chick flick while flipping through the channels. Reflecting on some of my favorites, I realized there are lessons we can learn from these female characters. Try applying the tips from these light-hearted movies’ leading ladies to your life.
Growing up, the girls from Nickelodeon cartoons were sometimes overshadowed by their male counterparts. They didn’t always receive the recognition they deserved.
Though I was initially hesitant to hop on the bandwagon, Twitter has quickly become my favorite website over the past year.
Out of the 130 million youth who are out of school worldwide, 70 percent are female.
Despite this startling statistic, less than two cents of each dollar in the developing world goes to girls.