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Nova Altum, BFA exhibition showcases NJCU student work

Nova Altum, BFA exhibition showcases NJCU student work

April 11, 2018

New Jersey City University proudly presents Nova Altum, the 2018 BFA Thesis exhibition at Harborside Atrium in Jersey City, from April 8 to April 26. On April 13 and 20, 2-4 p.m., 11 students will provide short artist talks each day. Catherine Thurston The exhibition features art...

Nova Altum, BFA student exhibition opens April 8

Nova Altum, BFA student exhibition opens April 8

Suehaydee Rosa, Reporter

April 7, 2018

It’s BFA seminar season for the Art Department at New Jersey City University, an exciting time for both students and faculty involved. The art department presents their Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) student exhibition show every year, towards the end of the Spring semester. This years BFA exhibition i...

Language Without Borders welcomes students from Brazil

Anna Júlia Karini and Arthur Nogueira

Anna Júlia Karini and Arthur Nogueira

March 30, 2018

We are Anna, 21, and Arthur, 23,  and we are exchange students from Pelotas, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. Pelotas is a middle-sized city in the very south of Brazil,  a large and diverse country. We went to Universidade Federal de Pelotas, Federal University of Pelotas (UFPel). We both studied English, Portugues...

From Forensic Psychology to Journalism: How One Former Student Made the Leap

From Forensic Psychology to Journalism: How One Former Student Made the Leap

Diana Sanchez, Op/Ed Editor

February 8, 2018

Vincenzo Capone originally came to NJCU as a forensic psychology and law enforcement major, but after taking a required chemistry course (and not enjoying it very much) he made the switch to journalism. As a freshman, Capone took creative writing with Professor Bruce Chadwick, who created a world for...

Lawrence Hamm and NJCU honor Martin Luther King Jr.

Lawrence Hamm and NJCU honor Martin Luther King Jr.

Diana Sanchez, News Editor

January 27, 2018

Lawrence Hamm, a civil rights advocate gave a speech at NJCU’s 29th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Luncheon to honor reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, his legacy and the many other martyrs and revolutionaries that paved the way for African Americans. Hamm discussed the 1967 Newark ...

SGO hosts first UNO Tournament at NJCU

SGO hosts first UNO Tournament at NJCU

Kristen Hazzard, Reporter

January 26, 2018

For the first time ever, SGO hosted an UNO Tournament right in the GSUB lobby. Over 40 students showed up to play the nostalgic card which promised a cash prize of $300. A lot of smiles and poker faces were on display while music like Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” set the mood for the event. Starting...

A Goodbye and Thank You from Jim Behrle

A Goodbye and Thank You from Jim Behrle

Jim Behrle

December 28, 2017

Hello, NJCU Community, When people would come into the bookstore and ask me how I was doing I'd tell them I was "living the dream!" My almost four years here at NJCU have been a dream. They've been the most rewarding of my 30 year life in bookstores (so far). I just wanted to take a moment to thank...

“Que Eres? Dominicanx” and Feeling Represented at NJCU

Diana Sanchez, Op/Ed Editor

November 22, 2017

I have gone to a few NJCU events but one has never resonated so strongly with me like the Que Eres? Dominicanx did. It felt great to have my ethnicity so aptly represented, to nod along and exclaim "yes" to many of the references the writers were making. When Claudio Josuel Alejo mentioned “Sanco...

The Defamation Experience

The Defamation Experience

Suhas Vittal, Reporter

November 9, 2017

Defamation is an interactive play written by Todd Logan and directed by Scott Phelps that addresses race, gender and religion. This play is about Regina Wade suing Mr. Golden for defamation. There are three The play is set in a Chicago courtroom in 2012 and is about Regina Wade (Risha Tena Hill) who is...

A Trip to Clinton Road:  The Scariest Road in New Jersey 

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Katherine Reyes, Reporter

October 31, 2017

On Friday the 13th, the unluckiest day of the year, I visited the notorious Clinton Road. The road stretches for 10 miles between West Milford and Newfoundland, New Jersey and is infamous for the legends behind it. Weird NJ, a travel magazine that covers local legends and folktales, has published many...

Mike Cirinio throws “125th Birthday Party for Pizza”

Mike Cirinio throws “125th Birthday Party for Pizza”

October 21, 2017

What if you wanted to throw a “125th Birthday Party for Pizza”? Would you know where to start? Mike Cirino, an event curator, marketing master and producer, pulled that party off by ordering a pizza from every pizzeria in Manhattan (for a total of 488 pizza parlors.) On October 19 he spoke to NJCU...

Former “The Voice” singer performs at NJCU

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Diana Sanchez, Op/Ed Editor

October 19, 2017

Felicia Temple, a former R&B singer from NBC's 'The Voice' performed on October 18th in the GSUB lobby. Temple, a New Jersey native, told those in attendance that she grew up surrounded in a house full of musicians but was constantly told that she “needed a real job, a stable job that would...

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