Avenue Q Review

March 19, 2017 Katrina David 0

Musicals are notorious for being overtly dramatic, severely lacking in reality, and incredibly corny; however, the NJIT & Rutgers production of Avenue Q breaks all of these stereotypes to bring a show filled with subtleties, […]

Avenue Q

March 3, 2017 Katrina David 0

The Rutgers-NJIT theater program has been gearing up for the past year for its debut of Avenue Q – a coming-of-age story featuring puppets, music, and a lot of laughs. Employing a puppet-human dynamic similar […]

Twenty Minutes with Jose Alcala

February 21, 2017 Prasanna Tati 0

Sitting on a stool in the middle of an empty laser cutting room, Jose Alcala, a university lecturer and coordinator of the Industrial Design program at NJIT, looks like he is at home. Born in […]

Is Marriage for White People?

February 21, 2017 Colin Bayne 0

This past Thursday, the sorority Lambda Tau Omega hosted an event called “Is Marriage for White People”, an examination of a book of the same name about the effects and causes of the African American […]

CoAD Dean Urs Gauchat Retires

December 29, 2016 Scott Waldmann 0

In CoAD (College of Architecture and Design), a voice has worked within its ranks for over 25 years and has made improvements to the image and perspective of that department that will last for many […]

SWE Holds Annual Semi-Formal

December 29, 2016 Amisha Naik 0

The Society of Women Engineers (SWE) held their semi-formal dance, the Sadie Hawkins Dance. This is the second year that SWE has hosted this event said President Jennifer Rochette. She says that the dance “is […]

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