Students Opinions Mixed About WEC

December 12, 2017 Victoria Nguyen 0

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 […]

CoAD Campout

December 6, 2017 Prasanna Tati 0

” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]   Dozens of architecture, or “archie” for short, students lined up outside of the laser cut room in hopes of being able to print portions of their final project one at a time the Tuesday before Thanksgiving this year. Over the long weekend, they turned to […]

Senate Hard at Work Making NJIT Better

November 23, 2017 Guest 0

The Student Activities Fund Review Board (SAFRB) approved a record 12 proposals towards Campus Improvements totaling $231,926.44. “This is the single largest amount spent on proposals to improve the campus in one semester ever,” said […]

Campus Blood Drive

November 23, 2017 Guest 0

Blood donation, while largely known as a common humanitarian act with health benefits, still have common misbeliefs attached to the act. Recently, Pre-Health Society and Red Cross League hosted a blood donation in the Campus […]

Girl Up Surveys Students on Catcalling

November 10, 2017 Donnna Sunny 0

The Girl Up Club of New Jersey Institute of Technology serves as an advocate for change both on and off campus. In association with the United Nations Foundation’s nonprofit organization, this club promotes feminism ‒ the social, political, and […]

NJIT’s Smoking Survey Results are in…

October 25, 2017 Hana Fatima 0

The NJIT Smoke-Free Workplace Policy states, “NJIT is dedicated to providing a healthy, comfortable, and productive environment for our employees”. “To prevent smoke filtering into buildings and for the safety of those standing near exits, […]

NJIT Then and Now

September 22, 2017 Yasmine Ibrahim 0

The New Jersey Institute of Technology is one of the nation’s top polytechnic universities. The institution prepares its students to one day be able to lead our technology-heavy world. Though NJIT is a smaller than […]

Music at NJIT

September 15, 2017 Jay Kappraff 6

This fall the NJIT Music Initiative is beginning its third year and has quickly become a fixture in the NJIT landscape.  Each week three musical ensembles meet to rehearse in preparation for a concert at […]

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