• Futbol corruption: Referee and Players Being Paid Off?
  • Student Athlete Robert De Leon Interview
  • Iraq’s Ongoing Turmoil
  • Young Playwrights + Young Actors = Good Ol’ Theater
  • Anime Review: Legend of Korra
  • A New 115 pound Champion Will Be Crowned!
  • How to Save Some Money on Textbooks

Futbol corruption: Referee and Players Being Paid Off?

By Gabe Wanissian, Sports Editor In the Midst of the Global World Cup hysteria and the growing interest in soccer in the United States, along with chants of  “I believe that we will win!” a cloud has begun to shadow over the global sport; the ever-so growing suspicion of match-fixing […]

Student Athlete Robert De Leon Interview

By Gabe Wanissian, Sports Editor Wanissian: “Tell me a little bit about yourself? Background? Your Major, your plans for the future?” De Leon: “I play basketball for Bergen, I wanna be a gym teacher when I grow up, I’m from the Dominican Republic” Wanissian: “DR? that’s a country that’s known […]

Iraq’s Ongoing Turmoil

By Gabe Wanissian, Sports Editor The location that was once Ancient Babylon – now Iraq, has seldom seen long bouts of harmony; the current whirlwind of battles among Shia’s, the Iraqi government, Kurds, and the comparatively, newly-formed Jihadist militant group consisting of Sunni’s named IS (Islamic State) is the most […]

Young Playwrights + Young Actors = Good Ol’ Theater

By Layout-Editor Ricardo Montero-Hernandez Giving young writers the chance to exploit their creativity and see their writing come to life does not happen very often. For this to be offered 22 times, makes the Bergen County Young Playwrights Festival a special event for BCC. High school students and Bergen students […]

Anime Review: Legend of Korra

By Jessie Castellanos, Co-Editor Before anime fans discredit me and say “Legend of Korra is not an anime, it’s not even Japanese!”, okay I get it. No, it’s not Japanese, and was made by two Americans, Bryan Konietzko and Michael Dante DiMartino and airs on an American kids network, Nickelodeon. […]

A New 115 pound Champion Will Be Crowned!

By Jessie Castellanos, Co-Editor Three years ago, UFC president, Dana White, infamously stated that women would “never” fight in his promotion’s famed Octagon. Today, one of the biggest superstars in all of MMA and arguably, the new face of the UFC is in fact a women, current Women’s Bantamweight champion […]

How to Save Some Money on Textbooks

By Yaidelisse Roman, Staff Writer Students, take a look, how much are you spending at BCC’s bookstore? 90? 100? Two hundred dollars? That is way too much to be spending on books for one semester! Don’t fret, there are plenty of ways to get your class textbooks for less. Websites […]

 

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Iraq’s Ongoing Turmoil

Iraq’s Ongoing Turmoil

Kurdish Peshmerga fighters along a frontline position protect the main highway By Gabe Wanissian, Sports Editor The location that was once Ancient Babylon – now Iraq, has seldom seen long bouts of harmony; the current whirlwind of battles...

 

Bearing Saint Andrew’s Cross: Scotland’s IndyRef Gave A Voice To Citizens

Bearing Saint Andrew’s Cross: Scotland’s IndyRef Gave A Voice To Citizens

By Staff Writer Joe Cirilo On Sept. 18, 2014, approximately four million people over the age of 16 will vote “yes” or “no” on a referendum that will decide whether Scotland should remain a part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain...

 

Bergen Community College Cerullo Learning Assistance Center Best Tutoring Resource In The Nation.

Bergen Community College Cerullo Learning Assistance Center Best Tutoring Resource In The Nation.

Courtesy of bergen.eduStudent recieving tutoring at the Cerullo Learning Assistance Center By News Editor Blair DeLong The National College Learning Center Association (NCLCA) has named the Bergen Community College’s Cerullo Learning Assistance...

 

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Young Playwrights + Young Actors = Good Ol’ Theater

Young Playwrights + Young Actors = Good Ol’ Theater

Courtesy of Henry Fowler By Layout-Editor Ricardo Montero-Hernandez Giving young writers the chance to exploit their creativity and see their writing come to life does not happen very often. For this to be offered 22 times, makes the Bergen...

 

Anime Review: Legend of Korra

Anime Review: Legend of Korra

Courtesy of imageserver.moviepilot.com By Jessie Castellanos, Co-Editor Before anime fans discredit me and say “Legend of Korra is not an anime, it’s not even Japanese!”, okay I get it. No, it’s not Japanese, and was made by two Americans,...

 

Anticipated Blockbusters of the Summer

Anticipated Blockbusters of the Summer

Courtesy to amongmen.com By Dong Seong Lyu, Online-Editor X-men: Days of Future Past – Although the core of the film was fairly simple, people were still confused as to how the events within the film even occurred. The plot holes it left,...

 
 

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Futbol corruption: Referee and Players Being Paid Off?

Futbol corruption: Referee and Players Being Paid Off?

Courtesy of djyimg.com By Gabe Wanissian, Sports Editor In the Midst of the Global World Cup hysteria and the growing interest in soccer in the United States, along with chants of  “I believe that we will win!” a cloud has begun to shadow...

 

Student Athlete Robert De Leon Interview

Student Athlete Robert De Leon Interview

Courtesy of Tanya Boghossian By Gabe Wanissian, Sports Editor Wanissian: “Tell me a little bit about yourself? Background? Your Major, your plans for the future?” De Leon: “I play basketball for Bergen, I wanna be a gym teacher when I...

 

Iraq’s Ongoing Turmoil

Iraq’s Ongoing Turmoil

Kurdish Peshmerga fighters along a frontline position protect the main highway By Gabe Wanissian, Sports Editor The location that was once Ancient Babylon – now Iraq, has seldom seen long bouts of harmony; the current whirlwind of battles...

 

Young Playwrights + Young Actors = Good Ol’ Theater

Young Playwrights + Young Actors = Good Ol’ Theater

Courtesy of Henry Fowler By Layout-Editor Ricardo Montero-Hernandez Giving young writers the chance to exploit their creativity and see their writing come to life does not happen very often. For this to be offered 22 times, makes the Bergen...

 

Anime Review: Legend of Korra

Anime Review: Legend of Korra

Courtesy of imageserver.moviepilot.com By Jessie Castellanos, Co-Editor Before anime fans discredit me and say “Legend of Korra is not an anime, it’s not even Japanese!”, okay I get it. No, it’s not Japanese, and was made by two Americans,...

 

A New 115 pound Champion Will Be Crowned!

A New 115 pound Champion Will Be Crowned!

Courtesy of fight24.com By Jessie Castellanos, Co-Editor Three years ago, UFC president, Dana White, infamously stated that women would “never” fight in his promotion’s famed Octagon. Today, one of the biggest superstars in all of MMA...

 

How to Save Some Money on Textbooks

How to Save Some Money on Textbooks

Courtesy of mctcampus.com By Yaidelisse Roman, Staff Writer Students, take a look, how much are you spending at BCC’s bookstore? 90? 100? Two hundred dollars? That is way too much to be spending on books for one semester! Don’t fret, there...

 

Anticipated Blockbusters of the Summer

Anticipated Blockbusters of the Summer

Courtesy to amongmen.com By Dong Seong Lyu, Online-Editor X-men: Days of Future Past – Although the core of the film was fairly simple, people were still confused as to how the events within the film even occurred. The plot holes it left,...

 

9/11 Poem

9/11 Poem

New York firefighter Stephen Humenesky views the monument honoring the firefighters who lost their lives during 9/11 The father of a Bergen Community College student, (Ksenia Ioudina) Vitalii Yudin made a poem that memoralizes 9/11. By Vitalii...

 

Bearing Saint Andrew’s Cross: Scotland’s IndyRef Gave A Voice To Citizens

Bearing Saint Andrew’s Cross: Scotland’s IndyRef Gave A Voice To Citizens

By Staff Writer Joe Cirilo On Sept. 18, 2014, approximately four million people over the age of 16 will vote “yes” or “no” on a referendum that will decide whether Scotland should remain a part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain...