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 […]

Music and performances at NJIT

September 15, 2014 Guest 0

With the help of a grant from the Bergen Foundation, a group of faculty, staff, administrators and students joined to form a group with the objective to bring classical music and jazz to NJIT. Over […]


October 7, 2013 Vector Staff 0

Vacation is over and days of lounging on the beach with good friends are fading as classes begin once again. But songs from this summer can help make that feeling last a lot longer. One […]

The Summer Set Legendary

April 24, 2013 Vector Staff 0

Jennifer Ligo The Summer Set has come a long way and still has big plans for the future. In 2007, the band formed in Scottsdale, Arizona while the members were still in high school. Two […]

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