Asking for Help

November 23, 2017 Carmel Rafalowsky 0

With Thanksgiving right around the corner, the holiday season looming, and the fall semester wrapping up, stress is at an all-time high. And that means it’s the perfect time to roll your shoulders, take a […]

The Senate’s New Tax Plan

November 23, 2017 Guest 0

On Thursday the 16, The U.S. House of Representatives passed the new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, narrowly getting it through with a 52% approval. Every Democrat in the House voted “No” on the bill, […]

Senate Hard at Work Making NJIT Better

November 23, 2017 Guest 0

The Student Activities Fund Review Board (SAFRB) approved a record 12 proposals towards Campus Improvements totaling $231,926.44. “This is the single largest amount spent on proposals to improve the campus in one semester ever,” said […]

Whirlwinds of Change

November 23, 2017 Aishat Aminu 0

As American citizens went about their daily work on October 8, 2017, one headline dominated the media. Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein was fired from his own company on account of sexual misconduct following the publication […]

Greek Spotlight: Theta Chi Fraternity

November 23, 2017 Guest 0

Theta Chi Fraternity was founded on April 10, 1856 in Norwich, Vermont. It was founded by Frederick Norton Freeman and Arthur Chase at the Old South Barracks at Norwich Military Academy. The fraternity stayed only […]

Preventative Health: Flu Season

November 23, 2017 Marzia Rahman 0

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC, seasonal influenza is most common in the United States during the fall and winter time, anywhere from late November to March. Seasonal Influenza, also referred […]

Campus Blood Drive

November 23, 2017 Guest 0

Blood donation, while largely known as a common humanitarian act with health benefits, still have common misbeliefs attached to the act. Recently, Pre-Health Society and Red Cross League hosted a blood donation in the Campus […]

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