Twitter Increases Character Limit

November 15, 2017 Carmel Rafalowsky 0

Despite issues with bullying and bots, Twitter, an online platform where registered users can post and reply to one another via messages— “tweets”—has done well since being founded in 2006 and is now a primary […]

Student Senate Update: 11/14

November 15, 2017 Guest 0

Manogna Guduru and Sophia Chan have both received the honor of Senator of the Month for November.  The Student Body becoming more aware of Student Senate’s works in improving quality of life for students has […]

Opioid Epidemic

November 10, 2017 Victoria Nguyen 0

On October 26, 2017, President Trump publicly announced that the opioid crisis in our country was now a public health emergency. In the same press conference, Trump laid out the agenda in combating the drug crisis […]

Cast Your Vote New Jersey

November 10, 2017 Babatunde Ojo 0

 The vote for New Jersey’s next Governor will take place on Tuesday, November 7, from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. To find a polling location, all NJ citizens may go to voter.njsvrs.com.  With his second and last term officially ending on January 16, 2018, Governor […]

Sound of Horror

October 30, 2017 Johnpierre Grajales 0

Humans have evolved in a way to preserve ourselves, be it through our endurance, intelligence, or our natural instincts. One such instinct is our perception of danger from sound. Sound is utilized in many mediums […]

Left, Right, Independent

October 30, 2017 Victoria Nguyen 0

Liberal – Babatunde Ojo For an outfit to be controversial, I feel as though it needs to be done without tact and consideration. Dressing up in costume as a Native American is generally seen as […]

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