Time Management: No Longer Manageable

    Time Management: No Longer Manageable

    By Christopher Persaud New York, NY – Time is a construct and creates stress for students without proper management skills. The time for studying, working and rest provides a dilemma because there is never enough time. One notebook with all deadlines and time slots for certain assignments can provide structure to your day as a college […]

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    Carry Books No More - Go Digital

    Carry Books No More – Go Digital

    By Kevin Narvaez At John Jay, there are two ways of conducting class in the way of readings.  Most, if not all, classes require books for course and professors have two different formats in which text is required; the ‘old school’ style of physical books or the ‘new’ found age of digital media. As with every […]

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    Tests, Stress, and a Big Mess: Students Contemplate Dropping Out

    Tests, Stress, and a Big Mess: Students Contemplate Dropping Out

    As the end of the semester comes along, a lot of stress has piled up on college students at John Jay. Papers to give in, and finals to study for causes students to re-think their college degree. According to a study from Harvard University students across America feel the need to drop out as a […]

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    Being A Homeless College Student

    Being A Homeless College Student

    By Lauren Valdez “Where should I sleep tonight? Where will I go? Do I have enough for food today or will I have to go to sleep hungry tonight also?” These are the kind of questions many homeless college students face today. A John Jay student with a double major in Law and Society and […]

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    Post-Election Reflection

    by Riad Mahmuti Cesar Villarreal is a student in New York City who followed he election until the end. The outcome was not in Cesar’s favor, for he said, “Trump winning confused me; I don’t understand how people could vote for a person like him.” Cesar was not a heavy Clinton supporter; he viewed the situation as a lose-lose, […]

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    Post-Election Feelings

    Post-Election Feelings

      by Glorimar Mata Trump’s triumph in the election has left many New Yorkers speechless. How was this possible? The city has a lot to say about the end results of this election. Angie Chaijub is currently a college assistant for the Urban Male Initiative Program at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice. She […]

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