Archive for: October, 2015

Greyhound Day: A Tradition Of Camaraderie

Greyhound Day: A Tradition Of Camaraderie

(Photo courtesy of MCT Campus) By Noemie Broussoux-Coutard, Contributing Writer As a prolonged history of alienation has been perpetuated towards these innocent animals, Greyhounds, benevolent organizations like the Greyhound Friends of New...

 

Tame Impala Seizes “The Moment”

Tame Impala Seizes “The Moment”

Tame Impala was Lit. (Photo Courtesy of Roger S. Echegoyen) By Gabe Wanissian, Editor-in-Chief “This may not be a big deal to you guys, But being here is pretty f***ing special for us,” uttered Tame Impala frontman Kevin Parker in front...

 

Obama Orders New Sick Leave Law

Obama Orders New Sick Leave Law

Obama supports the working class with the new executive order for paid sick leave. (Photo Courtesy of MCT Campus) By Adrianna Caraballo, Contributing Writer Between the race for President and Donald Trump causing a commotion in the elections,...

 

Pope Francis: The Best Received Immigrant

Pope Francis: The Best Received Immigrant

Pope Francis not only gave speeches, he also visited victims of sexual abuse and blessed criminals in jails. (Courtesy of MCT Campus.) By Florencia Llosas, Staff Writer On September 25th, the cities of Washington DC, New York and Philadelphia...

 

Mexican Dream Killer: Donald Trump

Mexican Dream Killer: Donald Trump

  Labeled for noncommercial reuse By Florencia Llosas, Staff Writer On June 16, in one of the many Trump towers, the nomination for a new representative for the Republican Party was announced: The famous billionaire Donald Trump. Introduced...

 

This Week in the NFL: Week 3 in Football Reflection

This Week in the NFL: Week 3 in Football Reflection

Courtesy of MCT Campus By Christopher Molina, Contributing Writer In week three of the 2015 football season, things are starting to heat up. This week the Philadelphia Eagles and the 2-0 Jets bout was important for both teams. The Jets came...

 

Utilizing Social Media Usefully

Utilizing Social Media Usefully

By Matthew Marty, Staff Writer “I use social media around 10 hours a day, basically all the time” Says Daniel Tejada. “I rarely use social media at all, probably once or twice a week,” says Joshua Velez. “I only check one to two times...

 

Dear Admin: Students Are More Than a Number

Dear Admin: Students Are More Than a Number

  The recent turn of events have seemingly “doused” Bergen’s flame. By Gabe Wanissian, Editor In Chief   The ominous storm cloud of strained relationships between Bergen Community College faculty, administration and poor morale that...

 

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...

 

Tatsumi Kimishima Becomes the New Nintendo President

Tatsumi Kimishima Becomes the New Nintendo President

Labeled for noncommercial use. Tatsumi Kimishima has some massive shoes to fill as the new president of Nintendo.   By Adam Grassani, Staff Writer Not long after the tragic passing of Nintendo’s iconic President, Satoru Iwata, the famous...