The State of Culture at NJIT

While the phrase “get some culture” is often thrown around carelessly, at NJIT, more should take heed. As a tech school, many students are constantly focused on meeting deadlines and studying for major exams, which…

Senate Welcomes New President

Though they may not know the details, most NJIT students have realized by now that there is a new sheriff in town. Jeremy Bedient, former Vice President of Administration, has stepped up to the role…

NJIT Terrace Garden: A Returning of the Green…

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Annihilation Film Review

Walking out of the theaters, I did not know what to feel after watching Annihilation. The one word that circled in my head was “bizarre." Long after I left the theater, it was difficult to…

The Shape of Water Movie Review

Guillermo Del Toro has been known to make great movies that often go unseen and The Shape of Water is his latest success. A tribute to classic monster films but still fresh out of Guillermo…

500 Days of Summer Review

In an age where love has become over saturated in every medium of entertainment, it might be worth checking out a film that breaks the trend, 500 Days of Summer.  A favorite for the lonely…

Jazz Music Review

Music is an integral part of our lives today. A walk around campus will make this clear, as everyone can be found listening to music in some capacity.  There are many options when looking for…