GSA: A Platform for Graduate Students

Though the majority of NJIT’s student population consists of undergraduates, the 2,200 graduate students enrolled last fall represent an equally important part of the campus community—they bring new industry, research and educational opportunities for our…

How does NJIT Develop?

Campus Development: Looking back and how we move forward On Jan. 22 in his welcome back email, Senior Vice President for Real Estate Development and Capital Operations Andrew Christ announced NJIT’s acquisition of the former Warren Street School…

Date Ideas in Newark

Get Portuguese food in the Ironbound  I personally enjoy Ferry Street BBQ for a cheap, more satisfying, meal. However, if you’re in the mood for a more upscale bite, try out Sol-Mar. Both of these are walking distance from Newark Penn Station.   2. Tops Diner A classic diner, and an even…

Overrated/Underrated: New York City

[one_half]Overrated - Colin Bayne As someone who’s grown up in North Jersey all my life, New York City has been a constant presence. Now, in college in Newark, we see it every day on the horizon, and…

Mocha Town: Serving Good Food and Good Views

Five minutes downhill from Eberhardt Hall is a cafe that’s causing a stir in Newark. It has been featured on the @NewarkDownTownDistrict weekly “Tasty Tuesday” Instagram post and has already peaked the interest of some NJIT student food enthusiasts.   “The theme for Mocha Town…

Jersey City Protest

On Jan. 25 the “No War on Iran” protests kicked off all over the United States. One of these protests was hosted in neighboring Jersey City by Anakbayan - North Jersey (a Filipino advocacy group) in conjunction with many other groups including NJ Action 21,…

The Startup Life @ NJIT VentureLink

Picture above: Parth Agrawal, Junior Biomedical Engineering major, speaking on Comito, an EMS communication system that his team is developing. On Friday Jan. 31, students gathered at the VentureLink building on 211 Warren St. to hear from…