Posts Tagged ‘New York City’

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 […]


Rupert Murdoch Takes his New Positions at Fox in Stride

Rupert Murdoch Takes his New Positions at Fox in Stride

By Drew Feliciano Has the media mogul, Rupert Murdoch, taken Roger Ailes’ office at Fox News already? According to Bill Hemmer and Fox News, this is the case. On September 22nd, Bill Hemmer of Fox News decided to visit the City University of New York’s, John Jay College of Criminal Justice. After all the attendees filed […]


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, […]


Know Thy Selfie

By:  Jose Oropeza Contributor If you have an Instagram or Facebook account, chances are you’ve seen one. Sometimes with more than one person, and often with a “#” symbol in the caption. The selfie, a trend that took social media by storm, rose to hashtag status shortly after the introduction of smartphones – specifically the […]


NYC Style

NYC Style

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NewsFeed: Murder Is Down, But Why?

NewsFeed: Murder Is Down, But Why?

This year alone New York City has experienced its third lowest homicide rates of 502. The lowest being in 2009 of 471 and the second being in 2007 of 499. The decline in homicide is also more significant or sharper in the city than anywhere else in the nation. Mayor Bloomberg attributes the decrease to […]


Dialogue In The Dark

Ever wonder how it would feel living without one of your five senses? Living with just the ability to hear, smell, touch, and feel without the capacity of seeing what’s around you. What would your reaction be, having your sight being away by nature from your everyday life? “Dialogue in the Dark”, an exhibition at […]