• Bergen Wrestling Update
  • Chief Wahoo No More! Are There More to Follow?
  • Fifty Shades of Predictability
  • A Different Kind of Pleasure in Technology
  • Music as a Commodity
  • Safe Spaces: A Blessing or a Blight?
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Bergen Wrestling Update

By: Robert C. Mcdermott, Ad Manager. The Bergen Community College wrestling team competed in the NJCAA Championship at Council Bluffs, Iowa. Anthony Romero qualified at 133 pounds during the National Championship and went 1-2. The team is looking solid this year with a variety of competitions already finished that took […]

Chief Wahoo No More! Are There More to Follow?

By: Jelson Montero, Staff Writer The Cleveland Indians have recently made news around the baseball world, announcing that the team will no longer wear the Chief Wahoo logo or sell team merchandise that has the chief logo printed on it.      The Cleveland Indians have been around since 1915, and have […]

Fifty Shades of Predictability

By: Yoo Ra Kim, Features Editor. Fifty Shades Freed was incredibly predictable and hilariously overdone in terms of the sex scenes. I tried to view the film with an open mind, seeing as I already watched the first film and half of the second one. The Fifty Shades of Grey […]

A Different Kind of Pleasure in Technology

By: Lizbeth Lage, Contributing Writer. For many years now, technology has been at the forefront of many of the greatest discoveries in science. It has taken us on a ride through history’s greatest achievements that have shaped and changed the way we view and use technology, not just in the […]

Music as a Commodity

By: Owen Mccloskey, Copy Editor. I’m a musician, I play piano, sing, write songs and I listen to a lot of music. From McCoy Tyner to Radiohead to Anderson .paak, I love all types of music and nothing else gives me a warmer feeling than listening to a perfect song. […]

Safe Spaces: A Blessing or a Blight?

By: David Joo, Contributing Writer. According to Merriam-Webster, a safe space is “a place (as on a college campus) intended to be free of bias, conflict, criticism or potentially threatening actions, ideas or conversations.” While some have lauded the concept, there are others who abhor it. I stand on the […]

More Security at Bergen

  By: Tiffany Marie Velez, Contributing Writer. On Valentine’s Day, a day dedicated to spreading love, the news broke across the nation that the eighteenth school shooting of the year occured in Parkland, Florida. “Congress needs to do more,” said Melissa Falkowski, a teacher at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, […]

 
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Installation of Interim President in Surprise Move

Installation of Interim President in Surprise Move

Interim President Michael Redmond//photo courtesy Adrianna Caraballo By: Adrianna Caraballo, Co-Editor. Michael Redmond was appointed as the college’s interim president on June 27, 2017 after B. Kaye Walter was fired. Not only were the students...

 

Bergen Community College Relieves President

Bergen Community College Relieves President

Kaye//photo courtesy Larry Hlavenka By: Leshay Jones, Editor in Chief. On June 27, the Board of Trustees held a meeting in which they voted to fire President B. Kaye Walter. The reasoning behind her termination is unclear seeing as there was...

 

Leading with Compassion

Leading with Compassion

Leading with Compassion//photo courtesy of Flickr By: Leshay Jones, Editor-in-Chief Believe it or not, it is not easy to be a leader, especially in a world filled with followers. None of  us want to work for somebody, but the cold, hard truth...

 

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Music as a Commodity

Music as a Commodity

photo courtesy // Maxpixel.com By: Owen Mccloskey, Copy Editor. I’m a musician, I play piano, sing, write songs and I listen to a lot of music. From McCoy Tyner to Radiohead to Anderson .paak, I love all types of music and nothing else gives...

 

Safe Spaces: A Blessing or a Blight?

Safe Spaces: A Blessing or a Blight?

photo courtesy // Pixabay.com By: David Joo, Contributing Writer. According to Merriam-Webster, a safe space is “a place (as on a college campus) intended to be free of bias, conflict, criticism or potentially threatening actions, ideas or...

 

More Security at Bergen

More Security at Bergen

  By: Tiffany Marie Velez, Contributing Writer. On Valentine’s Day, a day dedicated to spreading love, the news broke across the nation that the eighteenth school shooting of the year occured in Parkland, Florida. “Congress needs to...

 
 

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Bergen Wrestling Update

Bergen Wrestling Update

photo courtesy // BergenCCBulldogs.com By: Robert C. Mcdermott, Ad Manager. The Bergen Community College wrestling team competed in the NJCAA Championship at Council Bluffs, Iowa. Anthony Romero qualified at 133 pounds during the National Championship...

 

Chief Wahoo No More! Are There More to Follow?

Chief Wahoo No More! Are There More to Follow?

photo courtesy // Flickr.com By: Jelson Montero, Staff Writer The Cleveland Indians have recently made news around the baseball world, announcing that the team will no longer wear the Chief Wahoo logo or sell team merchandise that has the chief...

 

Fifty Shades of Predictability

Fifty Shades of Predictability

photo courtesy // Flickr.com By: Yoo Ra Kim, Features Editor. Fifty Shades Freed was incredibly predictable and hilariously overdone in terms of the sex scenes. I tried to view the film with an open mind, seeing as I already watched the first...

 

A Different Kind of Pleasure in Technology

A Different Kind of Pleasure in Technology

photo courtesy // Flickr.com By: Lizbeth Lage, Contributing Writer. For many years now, technology has been at the forefront of many of the greatest discoveries in science. It has taken us on a ride through history’s greatest achievements...

 

Music as a Commodity

Music as a Commodity

photo courtesy // Maxpixel.com By: Owen Mccloskey, Copy Editor. I’m a musician, I play piano, sing, write songs and I listen to a lot of music. From McCoy Tyner to Radiohead to Anderson .paak, I love all types of music and nothing else gives...

 

Safe Spaces: A Blessing or a Blight?

Safe Spaces: A Blessing or a Blight?

photo courtesy // Pixabay.com By: David Joo, Contributing Writer. According to Merriam-Webster, a safe space is “a place (as on a college campus) intended to be free of bias, conflict, criticism or potentially threatening actions, ideas or...

 

More Security at Bergen

More Security at Bergen

  By: Tiffany Marie Velez, Contributing Writer. On Valentine’s Day, a day dedicated to spreading love, the news broke across the nation that the eighteenth school shooting of the year occured in Parkland, Florida. “Congress needs to...

 

Let’s Talk About Feminism

Let’s Talk About Feminism

photo courtesy // Unsplash.com By: Leshay Jones, Editor in Chief. I am going to be completely honest here. I have not always been a feminist and I did not even know what it really meant until about two years ago. Yes, I said it. There were times...

 

2018 Flu Epidemic: What to Know

2018 Flu Epidemic: What to Know

photo courtesy // U.S. Air Force By: Jeremy Nifras, Staff Writer. The 2018 flu season has statistically been the worst in recent years, with many Americans dying from the virus nationwide. Compared to past seasons, this year’s flu virus is...

 

Women’s Basketball Season Update

Women’s Basketball Season Update

photo courtesy // BergenCCBulldogs.com By: Purnasree Saha: Sports Editor. In January 2018, the Bergen Community College Women’s Basketball team played against many teams. These teams included Brookdale Community College, Rowan College in Gloucester...