Are Online Classes for Everyone? 

When I was given the opportunity to take ECON 201 as an online course for the Spring 2017 semester, I seized it right away, even though I had never taken an online class through NJIT…

Venezuela’s Crisis Worsens

  Thousands of Venezuelans are taking part in continuous protests against the government of  left-leaning president, Nicolas Maduro. Venezuela has been suffering constant currency devaluations, which translate into a deep economic crisis. Political unrest in…

Update on the NJ Gubernatorial Race

Every four years another governor comes to power in New Jersey, and in the fall of 2017 the New Jersey population will elect another one. This year, however, much of the heated politics took place…

The World This Week 

ASIA  India- India may go through another potentially deadly summer as the temperature is predicted to go as high as 51 degrees Celsius (124 degrees Fahrenheit). Due to the extreme heat in recent years, many…

NJIT Has Not Had an On-Campus Doctor For…

“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…

Alumni Spotlight: Steve Saperstein

Steve Saperstein, NJIT’s class of 1984, grew up in Lyndon, New Jersey, and has spent his entire life in the state. He started at NJIT as an engineering major, but after spending one year studying…