NJIT Lecturer Dr. Jason Jorjani was placed on administrative leave on Monday, according to Matthew Goldstein, Chief Strategy Officer of NJIT. According to President Bloom, NJIT administration is continuing their review of the situation involving [...]
The NJIT community was taken by surprise after a video published last week by The New York Times pushed Dr. Jason Jorjani’s involvement with the Alt-Right into the spotlight. The video was part of an undercover report produced by Patrik Hermansson, a Swedish graduate student working for the British [...]
Seventy-four alumni from the class of 1967 have written biographies reflecting upon their lives since graduating from the Newark College of Engineering, now known as the New Jersey Institute of Technology. As time moves forward, [...]
Two years into the 2020 Vision plan, NJIT has been initiating a number of changes across campus – and students have started to notice. Dubbed the “blueprint for achieving the vision shared by the NJIT [...]
For Full Time Commuters, the price to register has increased yearly, from twenty-five dollars in 2013, to thirty, thirty-five, and forty dollars each following year For the fourth consecutive year in a row, NJIT has [...]
“Imagine being over 3000 miles away from home for your undergraduate degree, and while your parents are worried about you and your health, the only doctors on your family’s insurance you can access are off [...]
Though smoking traditional tobacco cigarettes has declined over the years, electronic nicotine delivery systems, known more commonly as electronic cigarettes, have risen in popularity among teenagers, with about 3 million reportedly smoking them in 2015, [...]
The construction and opening of the Wellness and Events Center has been met with mixed reviews that range from optimism to disappointment; students are appreciative of the new facility, but also weary of certain features [...]
THIS WEEK’S ON CAMPUS OPINION (OCO)
Question: What are you most looking forward to in Winter Break?
Computer Science | 1st Year
A break from all the schoolwork and doing all the things I actually like to do, like making art pieces for my room. And sleeping."
Computer Science | 2nd Year
Spending time away from school to recharge. I also going to do some volunteering that I do every year at a YMCA Camp Ockanickon. It's a children's camp.
Computer Science | 1st Year
Time to relax. Just to get away from the stress by hanging out with family and friends at home."
Business | Senior
Going to India to see my family!
Biology | Junior
Looking forward to having more free time to work for my career and setting up a solid internship for the summer. It'll be lots of networking, lots of research about the industry, lots of learning. I want to do management consulting. I've been super busy with class, studying for exams, so it's really great to have more time to work on my career. But if you want a fun answer: snowboarding.