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The Sentinel

The Student News Site of John Jay College of Criminal Justice

The Sentinel

The Student News Site of John Jay College of Criminal Justice

The Sentinel

WHY “DON’T WORRY DARLING” MAKES EVERYONE WORRY
WHY “DON’T WORRY DARLING” MAKES EVERYONE WORRY
Alexandra Cortese, Writer • November 11, 2022

  A seemingly aimless cycle of optical illusions, “Don’t Worry Darling” (2022) directed by Olivia Wilde was among one of the most highly anticipated film releases of 2022. The movie consists of a stellar cast...

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Student Council Scholarships: Get That MONEY!
Student Council Scholarships: Get That MONEY!
Lauren Braithwaite, Managing Editor • November 7, 2022

Interim-President Kelvin Pineda has spearheaded the Student Council to approve funding ten scholarships, continuing the legacy of predecessors.  Approximately $700,000 are awarded to students in scholarships each year. Historically,...

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Student Council Resignation Continues Upheaval in the Body
Student Council Resignation Continues Upheaval in the Body
Lauren Braithwaite and Karla Saenz September 30, 2022

On September 21st, 2022 it was announced Sam Ascencio had resigned as Student Council President amid upheaval within the body. Interim-President Kelvin Pineda broke the news at the recent Town Hall meeting. Ascencio’s...

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Aspiring Plus Size Model’s Journey to Self Love
Aspiring Plus Size Model’s Journey to Self Love
Faith Malave is using social media to improve mindsets and inspire girls who deal with pressures from society.
Kayla Ortiz September 19, 2022

Malave has dealt with many trials and tribulations concerning her body image growing up.  “I’ve even had my father call me fat and tell me that I was getting big,” said Faith Malave, a 20-year-old student, and Bronx,...

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Unvaccinated Students Fear for the Future of Their Education
Unvaccinated Students Fear for the Future of Their Education
Zoe Sharif, Editor-in-Chief • September 8, 2022

When John Jay announced that it would require students to get the COVID-19 vaccine prior to returning to school last fall, sophomore Nicolette Hines had a tough decision to make.  “I didn’t feel like it was all that safe...

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