Avenue Q Review

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,…

NJIT Volleyball Upsets George Mason Behind Goodridge

NEWARK, NJ—NJIT senior Jabarry Goodridge combined for a match-best 19 kills, leading the Highlanders to a 3-1 upset over visiting George Mason (ranked 15th in the latest AVCA national Division I-II men's volleyball poll) Friday night in men's…

Avenue Q

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…

Public Safety Increases Visibility on Campus

Under the leadership of Chief Joseph Marswillo, the NJIT Public Safety Department has planned, executed, and completed a number of projects whose objectives include increasing safety on campus, building an open and friendly rapport with…

Twenty Minutes with Jose Alcala

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…

Percussion Performances at NJIT this Friday

On Friday February 24nd at 11:30 in the Campus Center Atrium New York City percussionist Ed Shea will give a percussion performance with a question and answer session. Mr. Shea will explore three areas of…

Is Marriage for White People?

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…