The Gothic Times

Hungry during Spring Break

Nevin Perkins, Contributing Writer

April 23, 2019

On the Sunday evening just before term resumed from Spring Recess, I along with the rest of NJCU’s Orientation Leadership returned from an inspiring conference at Virginia Tech. Some of the students and myself needed to use the ba...

Black History Month: Helpful or Hurtful?

Nevin Perkins, Contributing Writer

February 22, 2019

Initially stemming from historian Carter G. Woodson’s Negro History Week in 1926, Black History Month was officially recognized 50 years later by President Gerald Ford. The month was to be an official act of recognition tow...

Freeze or Roast: The Unpredictability of NJCU’s Heating/Cooling

Sean Quinn, Reporter

May 24, 2018

I sit in the library of NJCU, and it is atypically cool in here. Everyone around me is bundled in sweaters and jackets, while mine rests on my chair. I say this as I have often found the library to be one of the warmest buildi...

Dorming With Benefits

May 19, 2015

I have been attending New Jersey City University for four years working towards a bachelor’s degree in Marketing. Along with taking fourteen credits this semester, and I am beginning to get involved on campus in many different...

Knowing and Understanding the Real You

Ciara Broadway

May 19, 2015

Growing up, we all see the ways of the world, yet we never understand its full impact on us or our lives until we have that one moment, an experience that makes you question who you are and who you want to be, and how you...

Public Safety Tips To Decrease Larceny

David Mosca

May 2, 2015

The most reported crimes at some U.S colleges include burglary and motor vehicle theft but at NJCU it’s larceny. Public Safety officials define larceny as the “unlawful taking, carrying, leading, or riding away of property...

Reform higher education and make community college free

Caitlin Mota

March 28, 2015

In high school, there was no doubt in my mind that I was going away for school. I planned on moving at least a few hours from home, even if it meant taking out a significant loan. I thought I had found my dream school,...

See Mail?

Javier Sosa

March 28, 2015

My first semester or two at NJCU was the only time I really used the school email. At the time, I was willing and excited to use it. (There is something about that sounds professional and sophisticated). Conversely,...

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