Tuition freezes at two New Jersey Colleges

Of the 61 private and public colleges in New Jersey, only two are freezing their tuition for the 2014-2015 school year. More »

Celebrity Photo Leak: Is iCloud Security to Blame?

The theft of nude photographs from celebrities’ online accounts has cast a cloud over iCloud, Apple’s technology used by a growing number of Americans to store personal information on the Internet. More »

Wayne Schools Remove Midterms and Finals from Curriculum

Every high school student shutters at the sound of the words “midterm” and “final” but not everyone is happy now that those words have been removed from the vocabulary of students in Wayne, N.J. More »

Student Journalists React to Deaths of Journalists Overseas

In the wake of the recent killings of two American journalists by the Islamic terrorist group, ISIS, many student journalists feel undeterred from their prospective careers in news. More »

 

The Rising Cost of College Textbooks

By CRYSTAL ROMAN and LEE-ANNA JOHN The high cost of textbooks is increasingly forcing students  to take out additional loans or postpone other purchases. Textbook prices have increased by 186 percent since 1986 and continues to rise by four times the speed of

Student Journalists React to Deaths of Journalists Overseas

By CANDACE MITCHELL and JAKE KISOR In the wake of the recent killings of two American journalists by the Islamic terrorist group, ISIS, many student journalists feel undeterred from their prospective careers in news. President Obama, in a televised speech on Sept.

9/11 Memorial Museum ‘Woos’ and Woes

By DANIELLE COOKSON On the 13th anniversary of the World Trade Center Tragedy, the new 9/11 Memorial Museum is now open to honor the victims. However, the highly priced admittance fee has people questioning the “real” reason for this historical site. The

Tuition Freezes At Two New Jersey Colleges

 By LARISSA FORESE and CAITLIN STEDGE-STROUD Of the 61 private and public colleges in New Jersey, only two are freezing their tuition for the 2014-2015 school year. Ramapo College and the College of Saint Elizabeth are the only institutions where the same

Wayne Schools Remove Midterms and Finals from Curriculum

By DAN FEINBERG Every high school student shutters at the sound of the words “midterm” and “final” but not everyone is happy now that those words have been removed from the vocabulary of students in Wayne, N.J. Administrators at the board of

Celebrity Photo Leak: Is iCloud Security to Blame?

By SAMANTHA BELL The theft of celebrities’ nude photographs from their online accounts has cast a cloud over iCloud, Apple’s technology used by a growing number of Americans to store personal information on the Internet. In the past week, a group of

NFL TV programming sweeping the nation

By JESSICA RINZUELLO AND ANDREA NATHAN NFL football games are quickly sweeping TV programming; women are putting down their brooms and putting on their jerseys.The major networks have programmed Sunday day/night football, Monday night football, and now newly added Thursday night football.

When Awareness Should be Valued Over Money

By MEGAN MCLEOD The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge that swept through social media late this summer has raised an unprecedented amount of funds for the ALS Association, but skeptics are not convinced that awareness levels surrounding the disorder have risen. In July, videos