Stop the hate | Op-Ed

By Tykime Davis | Published Dec. 9, 2015 In 2015 alone, police in the United States have shot and killed 31 unarmed black people, according to statistics by The Washington Post. “A year after Michael Brown’s fatal shooting, unarmed black men are seven times more likely than whites to die by police gunfire,” states The Post, which is compiling a database […]

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Registration frustrations

By Annalise Knudson | Posted on November 19, 2015 By the time the middle of the semester rolls around, students realize that registration is almost upon them. That means visiting their advisor for help, looking through guide sheets for their intended or declared major, and getting the hold lifted off their account to be able to register. This is one […]

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Other things to find in a cemetery aside from death


By Bhriana Smith | Published October 22, 2015 If you were to tell someone that you were going on a field trip, there are bound to be a myriad of places that come to mind. A cemetery is more than most likely not on that list; however, for Dr. Norma Bowe, a tenured professor in the College of Education at Kean University, this field trip is […]

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Let’s talk: Amber Rose’s SlutWalk


By Yayonah Bangura | Published October 22, 2015 Amber Rose wants you to know that she is not a role model. Mother, author, feminist and even former stripper, yes, but role model? Barely. However, if you’re not familiar with Rose or her celebrity status, you may be asking yourself why this even matters. On Oct. 3, Amber Rose, former girlfriend to Kanye West and ex-wife of rapper […]

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Halloween Costumes: Traditional v. Sexy

A look at some costumes that are being sold for this year’s Halloween.

By Annalise Knudson | Posted October 22, 2015 Halloween is just around the corner, and with Halloween comes the costumes, parties, trick-or-treaters and bundles of candy that go along with it. For the people that prefer to buy a costume, they would be willing to spend large sums of money ranging from $19.99 up to $79.99 or higher.  Every party store […]

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The trend toward detoxification and cleansing

By Dr. Josh Palgi | Posted September 29, 2015 The premise of body cleansing is based on the ancient Egyptian and Greek idea of auto-intoxication, in which foods consumed can putrefy and produce toxins that harm the body. Biochemistry and microbiology appeared to support auto-intoxication theory in the 19th century. In the early 20th century, detoxification-based approaches fell out of favor. In recent years, notions […]

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Are high school sports treated like college sports

By Celeste Simmons | Posted September 29, 2015 Fresh new uniforms, new cleats, getting excused from classes, special advisors, no this isn’t college sports, its high school. Over the past few years, high school sports have taken on the role of something like a training camp for the pro’s and college sports. Instead of high school athletes getting looks their junior and senior year, recruiters are […]

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