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 [...]
3,698 Student Permits Issued | 2,968 Parking Spaces Available At NJIT, commuter students who drive to school typically utilize the parking deck service offered to them. There are two parking decks available to students; the older [...]
Custom, NJIT-specific Snapchat stories began to appear on campus almost two weeks ago. Snapchat is a free and popular mobile app that allows users to send and receive photos and videos that self-destruct in a [...]
Go to the police station of your municipality: all paperwork can be provided by them and submitted to them. Fill out the State of New Jersey Application for Firearms Purchaser Identification Card and/or Handgun Purchase [...]
The Trump Administration lifted the Obama-era healthcare mandate on October 6. The mandate required employers to provide their female workers insurance coverage for contraceptives. During the Obama Administration, this policy further polarized both pro- and [...]
ASIA Pakistan/US- The Pakistani army was successful in rescuing a North American couple with their three children that had been held captive by the Afghan Taliban since 2012. The soldiers said that they received a [...]
HILLSIDE, NJ – NJIT women’s soccer collected their first ASUN Conference win of 2017, a 1-0 victory over Stetson at Kean University’s East Campus on Sunday. Briana Hackos tallied the game winning goal for the Highlanders (7-7, [...]
THIS WEEK’S ON CAMPUS OPINION (OCO)
Question: What is your favorite thing to do in the Fall?
Electrical Engineering, Junior
Well, fall is my favorite season only because I like to dress up in fall clothes. My favorite thing is the attire that you can wear. It works well with me because I wear hijab and fall clothes make me feel more comfortable when I'm walking outside.
Mechanical Engineering, Freshman
My favorite thing to do in the fall is go apple picking with my wife and family. We haven't gone here in New Jersey before. But I was previously in the army, so when I was in Upstate NY, we went to a place right outside Syracuse. I love the quality time I spent with my family there.
Chemical Engineering, Senior
My favorite thing to do in the fall is eat pumpkin pie, which is in season. It's my favorite type of pie. I love eating it at home, with friends, anywhere.
My favorite thing to do in the fall is go out with my girls to New York City and enjoy a girls' night out.
Mechanical Engineering|Business Minor, Senior
I like to escape summer and enjoy the breeze that comes with the fall. And wear hoodies!