A Summer in Review

September 19, 2016 Scott Waldmann 0

Due to the abundance of summer titles, there will of course be some films left out, but not forgotten. The entire winter and spring seasons are a time of trailers, posters, interviews, and conspiracy theories […]

App of the Week: Jobr

March 24, 2016 Vector Staff 0

By Awais Qazi, tech editor As college students, we are always looking for ways to apply our classroom education to the real world. Jobr is an app that seeks to make it easier to find […]

Tech Talk: Forest app

March 9, 2016 Vector Staff 0

By Prasanna Tati Forest is a free app available for iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Chrome, and Firefox aimed at getting you to put your phone or laptop away and be more productive. In the process, […]

Jesus Christ Superstar Review

March 9, 2016 Vector Staff 0

By Collin Urban The Rutgers-NJIT Theater Arts Program opened up the Jim Wise Theater last week to put on the famous rock opera Jesus Christ Superstar. Student-actors from both NJIT and Rutgers worked together to put […]

Laughing on an Empty or Full Tank?

February 24, 2016 Scott Waldmann 0

By Scott M. Waldman Comedies, in general, have changed over the decades. They depend on multiple factors linked to our current environment and the people who laugh or criticize the jokes. For comedy, the best […]

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