Election 2016: The Primary Season Begins

By Ianiz Deminski After a series of televised debates, candidate dropouts, and fiery confrontations, the 2016 Presidential Race enters high gear as state party-primaries begin to take place. The initial caucus and primary (hosted in…

Cheating in the time of the Apple Watch

Sarah Umer, contributing writer   When the Apple Watch came out earlier this in 2015, it was advertised to give a more unique, hands-on approach to the iPhone. In the past, the only way to…

Top 5 Most Disappointing Games of 2015

By Andrew Mendez Disclaimer: a disappointing game is not a necessarily a bad game—rather, it means the game had a lot of potential and failed to live up to the expectations of its audience. #5…

A Message from Public Safety: Welcome Back!

WELCOME BACK! Welcome back to a brand new semester and I hope all of you were able to find and experience enjoyment during the holiday break. As we embark on a new semester, the Department…

Mal Heur à Oregon

Fatimah Choudhury, contributing writer   Back in 1979, The Sagebrush Rebellion was a reform that overtook the West in which the federal government was demanded to surrender a vast amount of land to state and…

Who is the Filipino Student Association?

By Micaela Itona Step into FSA’s club meetings and you’ll be flashed with smiles and immersed in laughs of students engaging in Filipino-American culture and traditions, and just plain having fun. Filipino-Americans, even across the…

A Message from NJIT’s Chapter of Global Brigades

A Message from NJIT’s Chapter of Global Brigades By Kristie Varghese This past semester at NJIT, a new chapter of Global Brigades was formed. Global Brigades is an international non-profit organization that empowers communities to…