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Commuters Miss the Etiquette Stop

By Tiffany Gomez At seven in the morning, you won’t see commuter etiquette. You’ll see people desperate for 30 more minutes of sleep and a large coffee. Some of the commuters who take the 6 train at the Castle Hill stop in the Bronx had some idea of what commuter etiquette is.  “Commuter etiquette is […]


Teaching Us How They Dress

By Sharlene Joesph Have you ever mistaken your professor for a student on the first day of class? Fashion is not John Jay’s number one priority, academics and education are. But, without enforcing a set dress code, does this mean that professors can dress as casual as they want? The back of the graduate and […]


Why Spy?: Students, Faculty question NYPD use of informant on campus

Why Spy?: Students, Faculty question NYPD use of informant on campus

By: Senior Staff writers, Aya Abdelmoamen, Ahmed Jaradat, Anastasia LaDouceur, Manolo Morales, Navita Nauth, Taja Whitted, and Neka Williams   The use of an informant to put John Jay Muslim students under NYPD scrutiny caused a mixture of fear and shock amongst students, faculty and administration. Students and professors consider college a safe place where […]


John Jay: Educating/ Infiltrated For Justice?

John Jay: Educating/ Infiltrated For Justice?

By: Senior Staff writers, Aya Abdelmoamen, Ahmed Jaradat, Anastasia LaDouceur, Manolo Morales, Navita Nauth, Taja Whitted and Neka Williams On Oct. 2, 19-year-old Shamiur Rahman posted a status update on Facebook, confessing that he was a spy among John Jay’s Muslim Students Association. He was paid to report back any information he collected to the […]


Job Scams on Cragislist

Job Scams on Cragislist

By Manolo Morales Brier Weiler Reynolds is the social media manager for FlexJobs, in this following article written for Mashable, Reynolds gives advise on how to know what job listings on Craigslist are nothing but scams.  Reynolds points out five ways in which one can identify a job listing scam on Craigslist. 1. No company […]