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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...

 

Hoboken Terminal Renovations Pulled Back; Commuters Affected

Hoboken Terminal Renovations Pulled Back; Commuters Affected

Hoboken Terminal//photo courtesy of Wikimedia By: Purnasree Saha, Features Editor More than a year after a train crash at the Hoboken Terminal, repairs won’t be completed for two more years and commuters are still being affected. NJ Transit,...

 

From Rising Star to a Rising Activist; Colin Kaepernick Kneeling For Change

From Rising Star to a Rising Activist; Colin Kaepernick Kneeling For Change

Colin Kaepernick//photo courtesy by USA Today Sports/Reuter By: Kemrick Petree, Contributing Writer Former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick has brought both a large amount of support and controversy by refusing to stand for...

 

Faculty Members Finally Work Under Contract

Faculty Members Finally Work Under Contract

After three years, the BCC faculty finally signs the contract//Illustration by Jessica Rodriguez By James O. Diaz, Staff Writer The BCC faculty had encountered zero job security for nearly three years, as a result of working without a contract....

 

The Fungus that Could Destroy the Banana Industry

The Fungus that Could Destroy the Banana Industry

Fungus is affecting banana production// Photo Courtesy of Wikimedia By James O. Diaz, Staff Writer A new strain of a fungal disease has contaminated banana plantations and will possibly lead to the collapse of a multi-billion dollar industry....

 

North Korea Claims It Successfully Tests Hydrogen Bomb

North Korea Claims It Successfully Tests Hydrogen Bomb

Pyongyang citizens gather in front of a big screen at Pyongyang Railway Station in Pyongyang, capital of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, to watch a news report on the hydrogen bomb test on Jan. 6, 2016/Courtesy of MCTcampus By...

 

The Rising of the Palestinian Flag for the First Time at the U.N

The Rising of the Palestinian Flag for the First Time at the U.N

  Labeled for noncommercial use. © Andrew Kelly / Reuters By Noura Dakka, News Editor Fluttering under the grey skies, the Palestinian Flag has been raised outside of the United Nations headquarters in New York for the first time. Mahmoud...

 

Students Make Presence Known at Board of Trustees Meeting

Students Make Presence Known at Board of Trustees Meeting

  Bergen SGA, students and faculty expressed concern regarding pay-to-print   By: Luis Lopez Wei, Staff Writer The most pressing issue that came up on Tuesday’s Board of Trustees meeting was discussing the proposed resolution for...