CAPSTONE Journalism Class – Table of Contents

In the fall semester of 2011, a dozen of the New Jersey City University journalism students spent 15 weeks researching and writing “long form” stories for a course called Journalism Capstone. Each of the stories deals in some way with an urban theme — primarily Jersey City, but also Newark and New York City. Gothictimes.net is proud to present their work

 

 

Always Make Them Remember

By Allison Lozada

Before the fame and fortune comes the dues —

“You can’t always get what you want”

By Allison Lozada

The truth about the music industry isn’t as glamorous as it seems.

 

A Dog’s Tail

By Alex Johanesen

Cop’s Best Friend

By Alex Johanesen

 

 

 

 

 Taxi Cab Confession —NOT

By Felix Alarcon

Manolo Garcia: Collateral

By Felix Alarcon

 

Breaking Free:
A Second Chance

By Marisa Cannici

Jersey City, What Crime?

By Marisa Cannici

 

 

 

Immigrant New Jersey:
Dreaming of Goals, Video Games and a Legal Status

By Juan Bustos

 

Kicking’ it Toward Progress: Soccer 101

By Juan Bustos

 

 

Treasure in the Attic

By Alexandra Bardinas

 

A History of Blockbuster Performances

By Alexandra Bardinas

 

 

Abstract City: Keeping Jersey Dirty

By Alberto Arias

 

 

J.C. is Internationally Screened

By Aida Toro

 

Celebrity Appearances

By Aida Toro

 

 

 

 

The Danger of Night Work

By Nadya Alvarado

The Graveyard Shift

By Nadya Alvarado

 

 

 

 

Riot or Rebellion?

By Nachalie Rodriguez


Emergency Service Unit in Jersey City

By Nachalie Rodriguez