RHA Hosts Conference for 36 Regional University Residence…

On the weekend of Feb. 21 to 23, the NJIT Residence Hall Association (RHA) hosted the Regional Business Conference (RBC), convening 179 delegates from 36 colleges. The conference was held to conduct business relating to managing the structure supporting our region’s residence…

GSA: A Platform for Graduate Students

Though the majority of NJIT’s student population consists of undergraduates, the 2,200 graduate students enrolled last fall represent an equally important part of the campus community—they bring new industry, research and educational opportunities for our…

How does NJIT Develop?

Campus Development: Looking back and how we move forward On Jan. 22 in his welcome back email, Senior Vice President for Real Estate Development and Capital Operations Andrew Christ announced NJIT’s acquisition of the former Warren Street School…

Culture @ NJIT

NJIT hoists a number of taglines prominently such as: “Top 1% Nationally for Return On Investment,” “Number 1 Nationally for Student Upward Economic Mobility,” and “R1 Research Institution.” A single Google search of NJIT’s Admissions…

Should the Civil Rights of 1964 apply to…

[one_third]Liberal - Nicole Cheney The Civil Rights Act of 1964 outlawed discrimination based on race, religion, national origin and sex. The United States Supreme Court will hear three upcoming cases to decide if this statute…

Anti-Vaccination: Abhorrent, But Not Abuse

It took just a single publication to spark a dangerous campaign against one of medicine’s greatest innovations. A 1998 study by a British physician claimed a link between the measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccine…