TCNJ Magazine Spring 2020

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17 SPRING 2020 Generous heroes The School of Nursing, Health, and Exercise Science donated its supply of masks, gloves, and gowns to the Henry J. Austin Health Center in Trenton and Capital Health in Hopewell to aid efforts to contain and combat COVID-19. Deck the hall A colorful new mural with quilt-like tiles that thread depictions of TCNJ's diverse history with local landmarks now adorns Green Hall's second floor. Students in professor Carolina Blatt-Gross' community-engaged art class imagined and painted the Art Deco-inspired work. It's a wrap When TCNJ teams hit the road again, our athletes won't be the only ones looking refreshed: Athletics vans now sport new graphic wraps. 4 ANSWER: Armstrong Hall National Association of Basketball Coaches named Randall Walko '20 a First Team All-America, the most prestigious award a DIII player can receive. Newark's Raymond Chandler In a starred review, Publishers Weekly called James Queally '09 "definitely a writer to watch," for his debut crime novel Line of Sight. Queally is a crime reporter for the Los Angeles Times. 9 6 "I can see his smile again. It's back and makes my heart happy." —Kim Galante, mother of Anthony Galante '21, one of five students seriously injured in a 2018 car crash near campus. Anthony returned to class in January. She says … 7 5 Courses moved online amid the coronavirus outbreak. 2,260 8 Family medicine The New Yorker features ER doctor Dan Egan '98 ("The longest shift," April 27), whose treatment for COVID-19 includes connecting patients to their families who are not allowed to be at the hospital with them. ILLUSTRATIONS BY PETER ARKLE 10 Q U I Z Renovation of what building in Feb. 2020 completed the STEM Complex construction project started five years ago?

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