Leonard Cohen

December 29, 2016 Daniel Young 0

Well-known as a singer-songwriter from the late 60’s, Leonard Cohen was born in on September 21st, 1934 in Westmount, Canada. From that time until his death this November, Leonard had reached thousands of people through […]

Music at NJIT

September 20, 2016 Vector Staff 0

Music is in the air at NJIT. We are beginning the third year of a Music Initiative in which three musical ensembles have been created, a String Ensemble, a Wind Ensemble, and a Jazz Ensemble […]

Music Thing: Fusq

February 24, 2016 Matthew Maravilla 0

By Matthew Maravilla Music tastes come in all shapes and sizes. There are many different kinds of songs and artists out there. Electro Funk is what you would expect: music with rich highs and good […]

The Music Program at NJIT

February 8, 2015 Stephen Chan 0

Spreading love, one ear at a time Stephen Chan On-campus musicians grew immensely last semester with the launch of Music of a new performing arts program headed by Jay Kappraff, the school’s music director. Kappraff, […]

Mixtape Music

November 11, 2014 Giovanni Dinzey-Aninipot 0

College is a bizarre place. It is not like the actual world. It is this vacuum of constant intoxication and twisted idealism. Going to classes on a campus is weird as hell. School is the […]

Sigma Pi’s Open Mic Night

November 5, 2014 Vector Staff 0

By Silky Seal A fundraiser also became a social event when students began joining Sigma Pi brothers in their musical and free verse performances. Music is a universal language that everyone can relate to. It […]

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