New Gallery Aferro Exhibitions Open

On Saturday, Oct. 5, Gallery Aferro on Market Street held its opening night for three new exhibitions: “The Social Justice Collaboration Quilts Project” featuring the “Quilts of Angola Prison” (Quilts Project), “Still Living Out Loud…

Club Spotlight: Society of Women Engineers

The Society of Women Engineers (SWE) is an organization whose mission is to provide engineering education and opportunities to women, both within NJIT’s campus community and in the greater Newark community.  An example of their…

Girl Hacks

[ngg src="galleries" ids="72" display="basic_thumbnail" thumbnail_crop="0"] This past weekend, a group of college students at NJIT were even more sleep-deprived than usual. Starting on Saturday, Sept. 28 at 9 am, 260 attendees gave up sleep to…

TEDxNJIT

On Sept. 19, 2019, NJIT held the sixth TEDx event, themed “Resilience,” in the Jim Wise Theater of Kupfrian Hall. This year, over 150 people attended in person with an additional 2,300 watching the livestream. …

WJTB Spotlight

"Do you want your voice heard? Do you want to say ANYTHING?" Walking through the fourth floor of Campus Center, you can hear the voices of members of NJIT’s University Serving Organizations—formerly known as the…

Overrated/Underrated: Collegiate Athletics

[one_half]Zane Nogueras: College Sports are Underrated The dream for many athletes is to one day be able to represent a team at the collegiate level. While it is still a gateway into many prestigious universities,…

How and Why to Get Involved on Campus

In periods of stress throughout high school, I’ve always turned towards arts and activism for comfort: buoyed by books, transported through writing and grounded in my support for animal rights and environmental advocacy. From this,…