Letter from the Editor

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Dear Campus Community,

Diana Hernandez, Editor in Chief, The Gothic Times

Diana Hernandez, Editor in Chief, The Gothic Times

Welcome Back! I would like to also welcome anyone who is new at New Jersey City University. We hope the campus is everything you thought it would be and more.

After almost two years spent doing plenty of interviews, reporting and editing campus stories, I am excited to be the new editor-in-chief of NJCU’s official student run newspaper, The Gothic Times.

I started as an intern in 2012 and soon went from writer, to copy editor and now editor. Being a part of the paper is a great learning experience and I am thankful for this opportunity.

I am pleased with the paper that you see before you and it will only become better with the upcoming issues. I found the parking story the most interesting and informative. The parking chaos due to the construction on Westside Avenue has had everyone on campus asking questions. We hope we covered everything you wanted to know about this situation and we will continue to keep all of you updated throughout the semester.

The Gothic Times is where your voice is heard. We care about what happens on our campus and we make sure you do too.

None of this would have been possible without the faculty and students who took time to speak to our Gothic Times staff, and we thank you for that. All of this is the result of a broad collaboration between an incredible group of talented, dedicated and insightful section editors, cartoonists, our photographer, copy editor and our new advisor Theta Pavis.

I have met some great people being part of The Gothic Times family and I encourage you to come join our staff. We are always looking for new writers, photographers and artists. We are currently looking to start a new social media marketing team so if you are interested do not hesitate to contact us.

I hope everyone is having a great start and I wish you luck and strength to make it through this fall semester.

Feel free to e-mail us at gothictimes@gmail.com or call 201-200-3575 if you have any questions, comments, concerns, or story ideas.


Diana C. Hernandez
, The Gothic Times