The Last Words

April 29, 2014 Romer Jed Medina 0

“Grown-ups don’t look like grown-ups on the inside either. Outside, they’re big and thoughtless and they always know what they’re doing. Inside, they look just like they always have. Like they did when they were […]


April 29, 2014 Amarelis Bracero 0

Let’s be honest. I am green. Not in the “green with envy” sense, though. I have only been in this Business Manager position for six months. So, I am not entirely sure what I am […]

Quantity over Quality?

April 29, 2014 Hari Ravichandran 0

This is my last editorial as Web and Multimedia Editor of The Vector. The topic is the struggle between quantity and quality. Quality and Quantity are battling it out in almost every area, including our […]

Farewell, Friends

April 29, 2014 Yvonne Chen 0

Imagine a lonely, shy, girl whose existence consists of class, homework, eating, and video games. It’s a sad, sad, picture, and it would have been my reality without Vector. I know, this sounds like the […]


April 26, 2014 Vector Staff 0

YAC’S GOT YOUR BACK–Kess-Ann Grant ‘09 Are you looking to shake things up before the semester ends? If so, join the Young Alumni Club (YAC) in collaboration with the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers for […]

PAX East Impressions

April 26, 2014 Guest 0

The first thing to remember about going to PAX East is that you can’t see everything that’s being offered. There is always going to be a booth or a talk that you couldn’t get to. […]

The Number One Job

April 26, 2014 Guest 0

By Nooruddin Hashmi & Noor Shahin Imagine that you are offered a job, and that you accept taking part in an interview for the job. The person interviewing you tells you that the hours are […]

Hear ye! Hear ye!

April 26, 2014 Vector Staff 0

Upon the eleventh day of the month of April, the New Jersey Institute of Technology hosted ye ole Renaissance Faire within thine campus grounds! Men, women, and children alike expended their leisure time high-spiritedly. T’was […]

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