The Gothic Times

Our Whitewashed K-12 Curriculum 

A bookshelf filled with young adult to educational literary texts.
Melina Quispe November 30, 2020

An Active Campus Gone Dark

A view of the empty campus from the student union building looking towards Karnoutsos Hall.
Luis Pomales-Diaz, Contributing Writer November 12, 2020

The Quest For Water On Campus

The ELKAY water systems that are found throughout the campus. Photo created by Aminah Chaudhry.
Monica Ortiz, Contributing Writer November 12, 2020

History Repeats Itself but Never so Soon

History Repeats Itself but Never so Soon
Justin Jablonsky, Contributing Writer November 10, 2020

The World’s Silence for Uyghur Muslims

The World’s Silence for Uyghur Muslims
Maryam Pervaiz, News Editor November 10, 2020

Get Out The Vote: 1915 and Earlier

Alice Dunbar-Nelson saved this classic suffrage swag, a map showing the growth of women’s right to vote. Like many scrapbook makers, Dunbar-Nelson reused an old book or ledger. Hers was a household accounts book, probably never used. When scrapbook makers pasted over other books, they demonstrated that they valued one text over the other: in this case, suffrage work over close attention to individual housekeeping.
Ellen Gruber Garvey, retired NJCU professor November 2, 2020

The Lesser of Two Evils is Still Evil

Joe Biden speaking at the 2019 Gun Sense Forum in Iowa. Photo courtesy of Gage Skidmore/ Flickr.
Nevin Perkins, Op/Ed Editor November 1, 2020

Trump and Biden: Policies and History

Trump and Biden: Policies and History
Justin Jablonsky, Contributing Writer October 31, 2020

Protesters Leave No Racist Monument Unturned

Statue of Christopher Columbus located in the Journal Square region of Jersey City, NJ.
Sandra Mendez, Arts & Entertainment Editor September 17, 2020
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