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First of University Place residential buildings opens to public

First of University Place residential buildings opens to public

Monica Sarmiento, Editor-in-Chief

October 24, 2018

Standing tall on the corner of West Side Avenue and University Place Boulevard is the new Rivet Apartment building. Defined on its website as “artfully crafted apartments,” Rivet is the first residential building to open up on University Place, a five minute walk from NJCU’s main campus. ...

Your vote matters on Nov. 6

Your vote matters on Nov. 6

Kenise Brown, Editor-in-Chief

October 23, 2018

Since his election, President Donald Trump and the majority Republican House and Senate have made moves targeting healthcare, immigration, taxes and more. On November 6, Americans have the opportunity to elect new representatives, senators and local officials in the midterm election, threatening Republica...

SGO 2018-2019 Special Election Results

SGO 2018-2019 Special Election Results

September 29, 2018

Congratulations to all the winners of the 2018-2019 Student Government Election.   Vice President of Activities Angelo Moreno   Freshmen Class Officers President - Gregory Reid Vice President - Justin Rios Secretary - Naomi Hearns   Sophomore Class Officers Secretary - Maia Tejada  ...

The SGO debate heats up ahead of fall election

The SGO debate heats up ahead of fall election

Michelle Diaz, Contributing Writer

September 26, 2018

The NJCU Student Government Organization (SGO) election debates began with a council meeting, one of several that will take place over the course of the year. Various group leaders took time to highlight and discuss old, new and current business, which included the SGO Budget. The council, which is composed...

(PHOTOS) 9/11 memorial service on campus

(PHOTOS) 9/11 memorial service on campus

September 11, 2018

Elaine Gargiulo welcomed everyone before the National Anthem was performed by NJCU Woodwind Ensemble, led by Joseph D’Auguste. Among the speakers were Dr. Henderson, NJCU President and Patrick Bolye, Former Director/Chief of the Bayonne FD, NJCU Chairperson, Fire Science, US Navy Veteran. Robert...

Rania Noubani and the new SGO

(L-R) Lauren Deieso, Rania Noubani, Melissa Hernandez, Romina Generali, and Nasir McDaniels

Michi Suazo, Features Editor

September 7, 2018

  Rania Noubani is the first ever Muslim woman to be elected president of the Student Government Organization (SGO) at NJCU. She is also the first woman president the SGO has had in five years. Noubani plans to incorporate more community service for SGO, improve the communities inside of campus as well as outside,...

Rania Noubani inducted as SGO president July 1

Michi Suazo, Features Editor

July 9, 2018

Rania Noubani is the first ever Muslim woman to be elected SGO president at NJCU. She is also the first woman president the SGO has had in five years. Noubani plans to incorporate more community service for SGO, improve the communities inside of campus as well as outside, make more internships in depart...

Viva La FIFA!

Viva La FIFA!

Kristen Hazzard, Sports Editor

June 14, 2018

Around the world, soccer lovers are gearing up for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia. There was over a billion viewers watching the FIFA in 2014 and hopefully it will be the same this year. The FIFA World Cup is known as the International Federation of Association Football (Fédération Internationale de...

New Public Relations program  

New Public Relations program  

Suhas Vittal, Reporter

May 31, 2018

The public relations concentration and minor is a new academic program and is currently being taught at the School of Business. The marketing department at NJCU has been working for the past two years to form it. Public Relations is defined as “a strategic communication process that builds...

Unaffordable housing developments continue to crop up around Jersey City

Unaffordable housing developments continue  to crop up around Jersey City

Kisha Allgood, Reporter

May 25, 2018

Bergen-Lafayette is a predominantly African American community nestled between the wards of Greenville and West Side. The community is 10 minutes away from NJCU.  The residents of the neighborhood are experiencing rapid redevelopment. Companies such as KABR GROUP, Myneni and Sons and BuildPro Construct...

#NJCUBB Celebrate Senior Day and Make History in Final Game

#NJCUBB Celebrate Senior Day and Make History in Final Game

Kristen Hazzard, Sports Editor

May 6, 2018

NJCU Baseball challenged Moravian College on May 5 for a non-conference matchup to officially close their 2017-18 season. The Gothic Knights completed their final home game with a win and also celebrated Senior Day. History was definitely made when the team broke a few of NJCU’s records. With 21...

NJCU Selects Rutgers Associate AD Shawn Tucker as New Associate VP and Director of Athletics

NJCU Selects Rutgers Associate AD Shawn Tucker as New Associate VP and Director of Athletics

March 29, 2018

Jersey City, N.J., March 28, 2018 – Shawn Tucker, the Associate Athletic Director for Student Athlete Development at Rutgers University, has been selected as the new Associate Vice President and Director of Athletics at New Jersey City University, following a national search. Tucker will be just the fifth athletics ...

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