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Mapping Life Exhibit

Mapping Life Exhibit
November 20, 2019

France, Fukushima, the Island of Hispaniola, and Manhattan, among many other places swirl around the gallery with Noriko Ambe's Under the Big Tree (2017-2019) as the epicenter. It is a piece sculpted...

An Unknown Gem on Campus

An Unknown Gem on Campus
November 7, 2019

  Featuring more than 10,000 books donated by publishers, the Jerry M. Weiss Center allows people at NJCU to borrow books for free.    Located in Grossnickle, room 103, the center currently...

Light Rail Closures

Photo by Marco Rezk
Disrupt Commutes and Schedules
October 29, 2019

The West Side light rail station is closed until March 2020, affecting hundreds of students, faculty and staff.   Earlier this year, a sewer leak was discovered underneath three light rail stations...

Student by day, model by night

Student by day, model by night
April 24, 2019

Dressed in two-inch Lamoda boots, blue jeans by The Fifth Label, plum ribbed turtleneck sweater, and a gold necklace, Erika Perez is a 20-year old Dominican model and a junior at NJCU. She is an English...

Patrick Deffenbaugh, award-winning designer and adjunct at NJCU, announces university signage system

The wayfinding system that Deffenbaugh and his team of design students spent two years working on.
April 22, 2019

Most people define wayfinding as directing people and traffic in motion. This project challenges that assertion. Working with a select group of students, we created a comprehensive, smart signage system...

Reflections from students’ trip to India

Reflections from students' trip to India
April 22, 2019

This fall I was honored to be able to teach a course, Sociology 256, Indian Society in Transition, that hadn’t been offered at NJCU in many years.  The best part was, thanks to the generosity of the...

A visit to Kenya

A visit to Kenya
March 21, 2019

During the 2019 Winter Break, Associate Professor of Special Education Zandile Nkabinde a 2016 Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship Program alumnus traveled to Kenya, East Africa, to meet with her former...

Ladiyah Beachum: “Done Being Silent” – book signing Mar. 18

March 9, 2019

In her new book, Ladiyah Beachum sends us on a trip to her private world––she discusses many transitions that she has had to face as a teenage girl to a young mother living in Newark, NJ. "Done...

Nubian Hair Society

Landy Odige founded Nubian Hair Society in 2018
March 5, 2019

Nubian Hair Society is a line of organic hair products founded in 2018 by Landy Odige. Odige is currently is senior from Montclair, New Jersey majoring Psychology. Growing up, hair was always a struggle...

Bob’s Burgers star visits TECCS to inspire children to pursue their dreams

Bob’s Burgers star visits TECCS to inspire children to pursue their dreams
January 20, 2019

"Bob’s Burgers" is one of the most popular animated shows on TV. It’s eccentric characters of a family running a burger restaurant and offbeat humor have become revered by both young adults and even...

My Trip to ‘The View’

My Trip to ‘The View’
December 3, 2018

This semester I’ve had the pleasure of being part of the studio audience on The View on two occasions. The experience was amazing considering the fact that for the first time I was able see high profile...

Power Moves: Sree Sreenivasan (GALLERY)

Power Moves: Sree Sreenivasan (GALLERY)
November 11, 2018

Sere Sreenivasan was guest speaker at Power Moves, cosponsored by Campus Life and The Gothic Times. Sreenivasan is one of the top chief digital officers in the world and has worked for New York City, the...

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