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Dear Highlander: Social Media Obsessed

March 9, 2018 Guest 0

Dear Highlander, I cannot go for more than 5 minutes without checking my phone. It’s such a problem. I didn’t really think it was a big deal, but my friends and various significant others often […]

The Illusion of Intelligence

February 20, 2018 Guest 0

The bittersweet truth is that you are smart before you have experience. Experience is merely a measurement of how long you can dedicate yourself to a single manner of performing. Intelligence is how you approach […]

Virtual Reality

February 6, 2018 Guest 0

Some of you may have heard of VRChat, a free-to-play MMO that has gained popularity in recent weeks. It’s a virtual chat room where you can be whatever character you desire and interact with other […]

We Are The World

February 6, 2018 Guest 0

A truly captivating song that displays unity in the world collectively is; “We are the World.” It was co-written by Michael Jackson and Lionel Richie, and produced by Quincy Jones. The song was originally written […]

Movies to Look Forward to in 2018

February 6, 2018 Guest 0

With the first month of 2018 already over, now is a good time to take a look at some of the movies that people are looking forward to this year. From superhero flicks, such as […]

Best Anime of 2017

February 6, 2018 Guest 0

In 2017 there were many top contenders for best anime. For those who do not know, anime is a form of animation made primarily by Japanese companies. Anime ranges in genre, from adventure stories, to […]

Memo to the CoAD Community

December 6, 2017 Guest 0

November 29, 2017 I am writing in response to concerns expressed by third year students focused on issues with laser cutting for the final project this semester but addressing other items as well.  Many of […]

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 […]

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