Growing Pains

What I am going to say next will likely be an unpopular opinion: I am going to miss school.   Rest assured—I will not miss the incessant studying or the stress over common exams. Instead, I…

Legislative Action, from Students to Senate

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South Korea and North Korea May Seek Peace

South Korea and North Korea may potentially end 60 years of historical tension and military standoff at their summit on April 27, 2018. The two countries signaled their willingness to de-escalate the situation when South…

State of the Senate

The Student Senate held their first annual State of the Senate address last Friday, April 13, that was open to all students and faculty of NJIT. Senate President, Mark Neubauer, and other cabinet members led…

Walking Out On The Law

Thousands of high school and University students participated in a national school walk-out as part of an ongoing protest movement against gun violence on Wednesday, March 14. This nationally organized event was held in the…

Students’ Opinions Mixed About WEC

The construction and opening of the Wellness and Events Center has been met with mixed reviews that range from optimism to disappointment; students are appreciative of the new facility, but also weary of certain features…