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Hudson County Community College Alumnus Named a Phi Theta Kappa Guistwhite Scholar

Hudson County Community College (HCCC) alumnus Abderahim Salhi has been named a 2020 Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Guistwhite Scholar based on his academic achievement, leadership, and engagement in the international honor society’s programs. The $5,000...

NJCU receives $10 million gift

Former Congressman, philanthropist, and real estate developer Frank J. Guarini has donated $10 million to New Jersey City University, according to University President Dr. Sue Henderson. The gift, the largest in the university’s history, will...

Hoboken offers rapid antibody testing to residents

Hoboken will offer rapid antibody testing for its residents this month and next, with results provided in 10 minutes or the same day via text message. The first round of testing will take place on...

Hudson County Police, Fire and First Responders’ Motorcade Salute Jersey City Medical Center

On an overcast and drizzling day, a motorcade salute brought cheer to Jersey City Medical staff thanks to police, fire, and first responders from all over Hudson County, including Union City, North Bergen, Weehawken,...

JCTC Online: Conversation Creates Global Community

Breaking down borders, mixing genres, artists and audiences from around the world to exchanging ideas – the global discussions continues  JCTC Conversations: Voices From Around The World Episode – with  Episode 5 –  Strength...

Hudson County Community College to Offer Online NLN-PAX Pre-Admission Exam Preparation Course

Between now and 2028, employment of nurses is expected to grow much faster than the average for all occupations. Those who intend to pursue a nursing career can improve their likelihood of being admitted...

Our Residents Lives Won’t Be Chips in A Game of Corporate Greenmail

Imagine the crushing stress our heroic doctors and nurses endure at Bayonne Medical Center, Hoboken University Medical Center, and Christ Hospital in Jersey City as they work to save lives during the COVID19 pandemic. Then...


Dear Dr. Norquist: I'm struggling with feeling kind of empty and bored with life. This is especially true now that COVID-19 has virtually eliminated my social life. I get up and do the same thing...

New memoir chronicles the trans-generation immigrant journey

Paz Ellis’s​ ​"Plantains and the Seven Plagues: A Memoir" is now available in its second edition. The candid memoir chronicles Ellis’s “cross-cultural and trans-generational journey” from childhood to adulthood as part of a loving and tight-knit...

Rate of positive cases substantially down in North Bergen, Sacco says

Mayor Nicholas Sacco updated the North Bergen community on May 8 on the status of the township's experience with the COVID 19 pandemic. “As of today, we have 2,290 positive cases in North Bergen, and...
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