Why read the Montclair Dispatch? Find out what makes our publication special and how it creates opportunities, specifically for young adults.
Understand what the Montclair Dispatch is all about! The New York Times. The Wall Street Journal. USA Today. The Star Ledger. Chances are you’ve heard of the aforementioned publications. You’ve likely purchased one of them before, and may even pay for a regular subscription. Why? The news is necessary. 24-hours a day, seven days a […]
Nemnet, an organization dedicated keeping diversity in schools, assists minority students and professionals with job postings, workshops and seminars.
Nemnet brings diversity of people and ideas. Nemnet is an organization dedicated to bringing and keeping diversity in schools, both at a student level and a professional level. The team of six has been in service for 20 years, serving over 500 educational institutions nationwide as well as two international schools. Nemnet is currently headquartered […]
Visit Village Acupuncture for relief from stress, aches and pains with an experienced with Licensed Acupuncturist, Mitchel Chalek.
Traditional Chinese medicine at Village Acupuncture. If you are looking for a new way to relax your body and mind, look no further than Village Acupuncture. Acupuncture is a part of traditional Chinese medicine where thin needles are inserted into the skin at specific angels at acupuncture points. Village Acupuncture has been providing this traditional […]
It’s hard to balance a career as both a student and a journalist, but Montclair State University student Catherine Baxter successfully balances both without breaking a sweat.
Catherine Baxter is the perfect example of a hard worker. Catherine Baxter, a lifelong resident of Toms River, N.J., is going into her junior year at Montclair State University, while also maintaining her position as News Editor for local newspaper, The Montclair Dispatch. Journalism has always been a calling for Catherine Baxter. “I got into […]