National Poison Prevention Week

March 25, 2017 Karen Ayoub 0

This week, the week of the 19th to the 25th, is National Poison Prevention Week (NPPW). Annually, this falls on the third week of March and serves to promote awareness about poison safety and preventing […]

Coptic Church Reflection

December 29, 2016 Karen Ayoub 0

It was just a regular Sunday morning. I was getting ready for church, thinking about my plans for after the service – nothing out of the ordinary. I got into the car with my mom, […]

Coptic Church Explosion

December 29, 2016 Karen Ayoub 0

On Sunday, December 11, 2016, an attack took place on St. Peter and St Paul’s Church, adjacent to the Coptic Orthodox Church headquarters. The explosion occurred shortly before 10:00 a.m. local time, during the Sunday […]

Breakthrough Awards

December 29, 2016 Karen Ayoub 0

On Sunday, December 4, the fifth annual Breakthrough Foundation ceremony took place in Silicon Valley. Over $25 million was awarded to scientists for their work in the fields of mathematics, life sciences, and fundamental physics. […]

Advising Success Center

December 29, 2016 Karen Ayoub 0

NJIT is home to many resources for its students, and one place where one can always find support is the Center for Student Success (CSS). Located in Fenster Hall room 260, the center oversees many […]

Lookbook ft. Claudia Chen

December 29, 2016 Karen Ayoub 0

Inspiration can come from any place when it comes to fashion. For Claudia Chen, a first year biology major, this is certainly the case. Her casual yet chic sense of style is very much nuanced. […]

Poison Control Center

December 28, 2016 Karen Ayoub 0

Many aspects of Newark, New Jersey make it a unique city. One of the lesser known – but extremely critical – ones is the New Jersey Poison Information and Education System, or “NJPIES” for short. […]

Lookbook ft. Mayowa Adedeji

December 21, 2016 Karen Ayoub 0

“The eyes are a window into the soul” – forget that. Clothing is a window into the soul, especially for Mayowa Adedeji, an NJIT graduate student. Mayowa, or “Mayo – like the condiment” as he […]

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