Month: May 2017

Don’t Be Hannah

By Alexandra Cid A few weeks ago, a new show on Netflix was premiered: Thirteen Reasons Why. Thirteen Reasons Why is based on a book by Jay Asher. It follows a boy named Clay who recently lost his friend Hannah due to suicide. Hannah left a series of […]

My Thank You Letter to NCC

By Dominique Procopio With the spring semester soon coming to a close and summer classes right around the corner, I can’t help but think one thing: my time at Nassau Community College is almost complete. Seriously, where did those two years go? How did they go by so […]

100 Days Down, 1360 to Go

The ups and downs of Trump’s first 100 days in office By Courtney Crawford In President Donald Trump’s 100 days in office, there have been a lot of growing tensions between the United States and countries across waters. Following the chemical weapons Syrian leader Assad used against ISIS-backed […]

NCC Students Artists at Work

In this issue of the Vignette, the newspaper continues to feature the work of NCC student artists. The images and words on the following pages were produced by students in classes and in some cases on their own. Though this is the last issue of the newspaper for […]

Logan Roars

Reviewed by Kevin Exinor Staff Writer   Wow. That was the first thought I had when I saw Logan for the first time in theaters. Starring Hugh Jackman as Logan/Wolverine, Patrick Stewart as Professor Charles Xavier, and Boyd Holbrook as Donald Pierce, the film follows Logan as he […]

What’s So Funny About Genocide?

Reviewed by Avi Ezor Staff Writer   We live in a society that prizes free speech, and nowhere is that more apparent than in our frequent take-no-prisoners approach to comedy. Some topics, however, seem too serious to mock and are often more trouble than they’re worth. For instance, […]