Digital Discourse in a Time of COVID-19

As many jobs have gone remote and classrooms have gone online due to COVID-19, student organizations are also learning to go virtual. The social distancing regulations of the pandemic have impacted clubs in a myriad…

How to Navigate NJIT Meeting Resources

September 8 has passed and with it a full and fuss-free chance to “drop” a class. If you’ve found yourself in a Zoom call where the professor doesn’t know how to share their screen, how to admit participants or mute themselves…

New Residence Hall on Warren Street

Earlier this year, the University announced a plan for a new dormitory that would join NJIT’s little forest of undergraduate residence halls. The new hall will add an estimated 500 beds to NJIT’s undergraduate and…

Unmasked and Exposed

An unnofficial NJIT Instagram was born and deleted within the span of the first week of school. The ripples of this page have affected the way several NJIT students view breaches of social distancing protocols.   @exposingcovid_njit, or just “COVID NJIT,” was an Instagram page…

A Breakdown of NJIT’s Pandemic Recovery Plan

On Sept. 1, NJIT students returned to campus in a way they never have before. For those returning to campus, the last time classes met in person was in early March before COVID-19 forced a shutdown…

NJIT Students Donate Personal Protective Equipment

When universities started shutting down in March 2020, many college students looked for opportunities to help their communities brace for the impact of COVID-19. Some of these students, who attend NJIT, are founders of organizations that focus…

JouleBook

Sreya Das | Web and Multimedia Editor  NJIT students Huong Le and Rashmi Ketha have spent nearly a year co-founding and developing an app named JouleBook.   Le is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Computer Science, while Ketha completed her…