Archive for: January, 2016

Rivals Play Review

Rivals Play Review

By George Guerra, Contributing Writer Pictures Courtesy of Bergen Stages The Rivals, the most famous play by Richard Brinsley Sheridan and directed by Bergen’s own Thomas O’Neil, delivers consistent laughs all the way through to the...

 

No Mercy From “The Merciless”

No Mercy From “The Merciless”

By Yomarie Llanos, Staff Writer This innocent, pink cover hides the real content of “The Merciless”//Jessica Rodriguez Forgive us, father, for we have sinned. “The Merciless” is a fictional young adult horror novel that focuses...

 

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...

 

Bergenstages Enters Veronica’s Room

Bergenstages Enters Veronica’s Room

The cast of Veronica’s Room on their final performance night in front of a selling crowd//Henry Fowler By Gabe Wanissian, Editor in Chief Anticipation grew within the intimate confines of Ender Hall Lab Theatre as Ira Levin’s “Veronica’s...

 

Jewish Involvement in the Civil Rights Movement

Jewish Involvement in the Civil Rights Movement

Rabbi Enlemayer speaks at a discussion about Jews and the Civil Rights Movement held by BCC’s Hillel//Ari Lopez Wei By Carolina Estrada, Staff Writer Bergen Community College’s Hillel sponsored a discussion about Jews and the Civil Rights...

 

International Education Week starts off with Student Panel

International Education Week starts off with Student Panel

International students share their experiences in the USA//Carolina Estrada By Carolina Estrada, Staff Writer International Education Week, which ran from Monday, November 16 to Friday, November 20, was formed in a joint initiative between...