Making Jersey City Beautiful (and Green) Again

Gabriella Robles and Amanda Jones Jersey City has the second largest population  in New Jersey, falling just short of Newark. With over 250,000 residents in the city, various groups have stepped up to make their home a more beautiful and efficient place to live. Whether it’s the city’s captivating street art, safer areas for kids…

Interpretation through Fashion

Michael DeMoya: So tell me who you are? Thomas Quinones: I’m the cookie monster. What kind of f***ing question is that? Mike: D**n it. I mean who are you? Act like I’m nobody you know. This doesn’t work if I have to feed you answers. Tommy: Aight aight. Let me get in my GQ state of…

A Moment of Clarity

Chelsey Forbes, Class of 2017 The city of Forty Fort, Penn. is quiet. Soundless, if you will. With deep American Revolution roots, it’s population of approximately 4,500 enjoy The Beer Deli, a popular, greasy lunch spot where the average age of their customer is 55, and The Strange and Unusual, an oddities parlor that carries…

JCTC is Jersey City’s Home for Artist

By Mike DeMoya A few years ago Jersey City was only known to be home to dreamers, but now it is now leading the conversation when it comes to art. People are becoming more interested in the art scene of Jersey City, not because art is sold here, but because it lives here. Jersey City…

The Sound of Jersey City

By Melissa Osorio Jersey City’s music scene is on the rise. Many great bands are from the area including “My Chemical Romance” and “Kool & the Gang.” One name that is soon to make the list is upcoming indie band “Fiscal Cliff.” “We’re just all about chilling out and having a good time” said Luis…

YOUR NIGHTLIFE – by Michelle Chalen

  Welcome to If you’re a college student you are most likely looking for a place with the best deals that is closer and less expensive than New York City. Well, Hudson County is where “it’s at.” Better yet, why not the city right across from Manhattan: Hoboken. The best thing about going out in…