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Lights! Cameron! Action! First year Film Club president has plans

Lights! Cameron! Action! First year Film Club president has plans
November 8, 2013

By Roberto Miranda – “Hey wait! That’s not Wolverine!” That’s what most students have been saying since fall 2012, when they first saw Cameron Taddeo, the new NJCU Gothic Cinema Productions...

NJCU campus goes mobile

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April 9, 2013

By Roberto Miranda— That’s right, there’s a free New Jersey City University mobile application. If you are a smartphone owner, you can now access this app by typing in NJCU mobile in your...

Making events happen with Jeffrey Dessources

Jeffrey Dessources, Assistant Director for Campus Life. Photo from LinkedIn.com profile
April 9, 2013

By Bryant Romero— The office of Campus Life, which is located on the first floor at the Gilligan Student Union Building, is a department that has been designed to provide assistance to students,...

John Melendez is an ACE Fellow

Dr. John Melendez . NJCU.edu
April 9, 2013

By Anthony Miles— Dr. John Melendez doesn’t have a lot of time to waste. As Vice President of Student Affairs, he oversees over 100 employees in nearly 13 departments here on campus. The...

NJCU Jazz Combo

This semester, the Jazz Quartet at NJCU interprets works by Cedar Walton. Courtesy of NJCU Jazz Quartet
April 9, 2013

By Bryant Romero— The New Jersey City University jazz quartet group consists of a mixture of graduate and undergraduate students and is one of the ensembles that has been put together for this semester. The...

Grossnickle Hall hits 50 years old

Dr. Foster E. Grossnickle, the founding father of NJCU Athletics. njcugothicknights.com
March 26, 2013

By Bryant Romero— Out of all the buildings on the New Jersey City University campus there is this one building on campus that may strike you as a little odd. It sort of has a mystique behind it due...

Mistakes Help You Think, Learn and Win

Mistakes Help You Think, Learn and Win
March 26, 2013

Leadership roles helping students stay in school, desire achievement and graduate By Katherine Guest— “Boots, boots, cats,” clatteringly heard in rapid continuous repetition, haphazardly swarmed...

Autism with Dr. Andy

Dr. Andrew McCabe.  Photo courtesy of Dr. Andrew McCabe
March 1, 2013

By Roberto Miranda— “Education opens the door to the world,” says Dr. Andrew McCabe, of Manahawkin, New Jersey. McCabe, currently working in his 13th year as an Associate Professor in the...

Not your typical college student

Not your typical college student
March 1, 2013

By Francis A. Wilson— Things are not always what they seem. And, equally so, people are not always what they appear to be, just ask New Jersey City University Senior Class President Jennifer Melgar....

Hi my name is Diane and I’m a Belieber

Hi my name is Diane and I’m a Belieber
December 19, 2012

By Diane DeBiase You read it right…I am a Belieber. For those of you who don’t know what this is, Wikipedia defines it as “fanatical devotee of the Canadian pop singer Justin Bieber.” Ok I am...

The Fifteen Year Plan

December 19, 2012

By Diane DeBiase — I just finished my application for Graduation Clearance and I am in complete euphoria. It is hard to believe that this is finally happening. After hours upon hours of homework,...

Let the Games Begin

Let the Games Begin
December 19, 2012

By Crystal Davis— You are cutting it close. This game has lasted a glamorous two hours and then you get them—Q-U-I-X-O-T-I-. You wait patiently for your opponent to place his or her letters down...

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