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Sue Henderson Announces Resignation as NJCU President

Haresh Oudhnarine, Editor in Chief June 27, 2022

After serving 10 years as NJCU’s president, Sue Henderson announced that she will be moving on “to the next opportunity.” The Board of Trustees announced later that Jason Kroll, the current vice...

New CFO Benjamin Durant (center) explaining NJCUs $20 million deficit. Photo by Haresh Oudhnarine.

Tuition Increased as NJCU Announces $20 Million Deficit

Haresh Oudhnarine, Editor in Chief June 27, 2022

The Board of Trustees voted to increase tuition by three percent today, which was opposed by the voting student representative, at a meeting where they also disclosed a $20 million deficit. This marks...

First place winners of the Inaugural Entrepreneurship Pitch Competition: Alan Cruz and Dominic Pepe. Photo by Paul Gargiulo.

Student Entrepreneurs Pitch Ideas, Win Big

Haresh Oudhnarine, Editor in Chief June 1, 2022

NJCU recently hosted an inaugural entrepreneurship competition where students were able to compete for a grand prize of $5000. The big winners were Dominic Pepe and Alan Cruz with the team “NFL Gold...

A hole in the wall of Grossnickle Hall.

Campus Conditions Cause Concern

Haresh Oudhnarine, Editor in Chief April 25, 2022

Some students at NJCU are worried about infrastructure on the main campus and how it is affecting them–including cold classrooms, leaky ceilings, problems with elevators, issues with hot and cold water,...

Tagliareni played a large role in getting the New Voices act passed in New Jersey. Photo by Haresh Oudhnarine.

Understanding Student Rights in the Media

Haresh Oudhnarine, Editor in Chief March 30, 2022

New Jersey recently became the 15th state to pass the “New Voices” law which protects the free speech of students. John Tagliareni, who played a large role in getting the legislation passed, visited...

The Hub is located in NJCUs Guarini Library near the Dunkin. Photo by Suhas Vittal.

The Hub Now Offers a 24/7 Online Tutoring Service

Suhas Vittal, Contributing Writer March 23, 2022

The Hub, NJCU’s tutoring center, has now partnered with TutorMe, an online tutoring service that connects live tutors from all over the world for free tutoring for all students. The tutors are from colleges...

Board members during the February 22 Board of Trustees meeting. Photo by Haresh Oudhnarine.

First Board of Trustees Meeting Back in Person

Haresh Oudhnarine, Editor in Chief February 23, 2022

Yesterday the NJCU Board of Trustees had its first in-person meeting since the pandemic began in a fairly empty lecture hall at the School of Business. Even though it was in person, four board members...

Become a Pillar of Hope: NJCU Introduces the Bachelor of Social Work

Become a Pillar of Hope: NJCU Introduces the Bachelor of Social Work

Joy Akeju, Contributing Writer February 7, 2022

Are you an empath with dreams of helping people reach their fullest potential? Are you fascinated by the intricacies of the human mind and itching to learn more about the values of different cultures?...

Snippet of the email sent from Academic Affairs.

Classes to Begin Online for Spring

Haresh Oudhnarine, Editor in Chief January 10, 2022

With one week left before the start of the spring semester, NJCU announced that classes will begin remotely. An email sent from Academic Affairs to the NJCU community said, “The University has carefully...

Left to Right: Luis Garzón (President), Artemis Kozak (former acting Vice President), Abby Shivers (Secretary), Crystal Stanley (Vice President).

Successful Return for the Alliance

Ivana Estime, Contributing Writer December 8, 2021

The LGBTQI+ Alliance returned with a successful meeting in late September. It had been the first time the club met physically since 2019 because of COVID and their short disbandment in 2020. The disbandment...

Hepburn Hall, the administrative building at NJCU. Photo by Haresh Oudhanrine.

Students Speak Up at November Senate Meeting

Haresh Oudhnarine, Editor in Chief November 17, 2021

Students expressed multiple concerns at the recent University Senate meeting ranging from campus dining, communication issues, meeting organization and productivity, campus safety, rain damage to dorms,...

International Students at Medieval Times in October. Photo by Zhuolin Sellina Xie.

Bringing Students Together from Around the Globe

Haresh Oudhnarine, Editor in Chief November 12, 2021

Takshma Gandhi grew up in India but going to college at NJCU has given her a new outlook on life. Gandhi said, “Being an international student, coming here from totally a different background and...

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