Archive for: April, 2014

The Life and Hardships Of A Student Athlete

The Life and Hardships Of A Student Athlete

By: Online Editor Deana Deo  One may think that a student athlete in college  would have an easier college life. It’s believed that athletes get away with not doing their work or going to class solely because they are a part of this fun...

 

Armenian Genocide: Remembered

Armenian Genocide: Remembered

By: Staff Writer Gabe Wanissian April 24th will be the 99th anniversary of what is considered to be the date of commencement for the Armenian Genocide; “The Forgotten Holocaust,” as some call it. From 1915-1923, historians say that 1-2...

 

Who Wants A Burger?

Who Wants A Burger?

By: Diana Rosario “So good you can’t resist.” With such catchy slogan, Blue Star Burgers, located in Tenafly, has left quite an impression on local customers, with surrounding customers ordering their favorites off the menu. Blue Star...

 

Misinformation: Will We Simply Accept The Information We’re Given?

Misinformation: Will We Simply Accept The Information We’re Given?

Courtesy of geoengineeringwatch By: Staff Writer Joseph Cirilo Has the ability to upload, and receive information made us lazy? Are we more prone to readily accept information presented to us simply because it’s there, and additionally, because...

 

Prison Terms for Being Gay?

Prison Terms for Being Gay?

Courtesy of advocate.com By: Staff Writer Joseph Cirilo The Red Pepper, one of Uganda’s biggest selling newspapers, published an article naming the country’s “200 Top Homosexuals,” this, a day after President Yoweri Museveni signed...

 

Captain America and The Winter Soldier Ruined My Day

Captain America and The Winter Soldier Ruined My Day

The Captain and Winter Soldier join in battle.Courtesy of sciencefiction.com By: Editor in Chief Ricardo Montero-Hernandez With a shamelessness that could only have been written by bored, forced, and all washed up screenwriters out of ideas,...

 

Sexism, Censorship, And Art In Comics: Why Starfire’s Costume Doesn’t Need Changing For Anyone

Sexism, Censorship, And Art In Comics: Why Starfire’s Costume Doesn’t Need Changing For Anyone

Courtesy of img2.wikia.nocookie.net By: Staff Writer Joseph Cirilo Comic books are probably the last thing on your list of mediums that you would consider art. The hardworking men and women who work tirelessly to create imagery that conveys...

 

Reorganization of Student Life

Reorganization of Student Life

Courtesy of Bergen.edu By: Staff Writer Emanuele Calianno The Office of Student Life is currently undergoing changes in personnel and procedures, a situation that students involved in clubs and organizations will need to be aware of in regards...

 

A Step Back: An Examination Of The Real Hookup Culture And Dating

A Step Back: An Examination Of The Real Hookup Culture And Dating

Courtesy of Deana Deo By : Staff Writer Joseph Cirilo Recently an article published by Elite Daily attempted to explain why the “hookup culture” adopted by college students today has effectively killed the prospects of dating in your 20s....

 

Faculty Votes No Confidence In President Walter

Faculty Votes No Confidence In President Walter

By: News Editor Blair DeLong April 8, 2014 the Bergen Community College Faculty Association (BCCFA) motioned for a vote of no confidence against current BCC President B. Kaye Walter. Of the 165 faculty members  that voted on the motion, 109...