Posts Tagged ‘John Jay’

Fashion Faux Pas

By: Darren Harris Staff Writer Summer is almost over and the season is beginning to change to fall, and along with the change of season, fashion seems to follow right along. The summer fashions have seen a tremendous outburst of color such as violet tulip, freesia, white, placid blue, sand and dazzling blue in
jeans, shorts, […]


Men’s Do’s and Don’ts

By: Jenifer Valmon Contributing Writer For those of you who enjoyed the hot days of summer, withdrawals are likely on the way. No need to break out the box of tissues or shed tears for your favorite summer shorts, because fall is around the corner, and I’ve got just the right tips that can help revamp […]


Meet New B-Ball Coach

Meet New B-Ball Coach

In September, the John Jay Men’s basketball team, coming off of a 9 – 17 season, named Otis Fenn the new head coach. Fenn isn’t a rookie in the coaching field. As assistant coach in 2005, he helped lead New York City College of Technology to a CUNYAC championship and to the second round of […]


NewsFeed: Inside The Mind Of A Sexual Homicide Offender

NewsFeed: Inside The Mind Of A Sexual Homicide Offender

John Jay professor of psychology Gabrielle Salfati along with other speakers gave a talk in Binghamton, NY at Binghamton University on sexual homicide and the offenders. Sexual homicide is the most common homicide in the United States and the purpose of this conference was to understand the mind of a sexual homicide offender. The purpose […]


NewsFeed: What It Takes To Get Tuition-Free Year.

NewsFeed: What It Takes To Get Tuition-Free Year.

David Smith was awarded the John Jay College Academic and Athletic Citizenship Award for his achievements in athletics, volunteer work, and academics. Achievements in athletics include winning gold in John Jay’s triathlons in years 2010 and 2011. Another feat of his was winning the 2011 CUNY summer Marathon with a time of 2:21:58. For his […]


Women Swimming

Women Swimming

College of Staten Island’s women swimming team lost to Hunter College with a score of 55-31. Now the CSI’s dolphins will face off against the  John Jay bloodhounds on November 4th at 6pm. Share this:


Player Of The Week

Player Of The Week

John Jay College soccer player Brenda Pitts was awarded City University of New York Athletic Conference(CUNYAC)/Applebee’s Women Soccer player of the week. A co-captain of the soccer team, she wins the award for the first time this season. She won the CUNYAC All-Star and sportmanship award last season. She led the soccer team to victory […]


Professor Kennedy Offers Solutions To Violent Crimes

Professor Kennedy Offers Solutions To Violent Crimes

John Jay professor and scholar David M. Kennedy addressed an audience of police officers, probation officials and children from Camp Sweeney at the First Unitarian Church in Oakland. In the address he read from his book Don’t Shoot and gave solutions to resolve violent crimes. He also explained that although crime has decreased in certain […]


Baruch College defeats Women’s Tennis Team

Baruch College defeats Women's Tennis Team

John Jay’s Women’s Tennis was defeated by Baruch College with a score of 6-1. To read more about the game and the results click here To read more about John Jay sports click here Share this:


The Plan in Afghanistan

The Plan in Afghanistan

John Jay Professor Peter Romaniuk of political science and Fordham University Professor Melissa Labonte of political science critique America’s action in Afghanistan. They explain that the current tactics deployed by the U.S. have only led to more bloodshed and the bravado demonstrated by many military officials are not warranted. The professors urging that policymakers and military officials to restrategize the United States’ goal in the […]


Prisoner Re-entry and reform

Prisoner Re-entry and reform

John Jay College has an initiative to encourage education and reform for ex-prisoners to reduce the number of re-entry. The initiative is called Prisoner Re-entry Institute at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. The institute is led by Executive director Ann Jacob, she has researched and worked to resolve the issue of prisoner re-entry and […]


A John Jay Graduate Remembers 9/11

A John Jay Graduate Remembers 9/11

Image via Wikipedia From WNYC: “Norhan Basuni (JJ ’11) divides her life into the time before September 11th, and the time after. For her, it is day that she, an ordinary 7th grader, became a symbol of Islam, of “them”, and to some, of terrorism.   In the wake of the attacks, she remembers her father […]


Dr. Kimora Profile

Dr. Kimora Profile

“No day is very typical,” Dr. Kimora said. The statement proves valid, considering that she placed second in the top 25 highest rated professors according to www.ratemyprofessor.com. No student at John Jay is unfamiliar with the profile site. It has become a mandatory task, right before paying tuition, to check the site and make sure […]