Google Pixel vs Apple iPhone 7

December 28, 2016 Joshua Vega 0

In similar fashion to the past several years, Google and Apple have each released new smartphones during the months of September and October. Apple started off first on September 6th with the announcement of the […]

Let Your Voice Be Heard

December 28, 2016 Chris Bosch 0

New Jersey’s voice was not singing to the tone of the rest of the states of America this election as it overwhelmingly voted for Hillary Clinton. So many New Jersey residents are disheartened by Trump’s […]

Good To Know

December 26, 2016 Babatunde Ojo 0

Small or large, life-changing or convenient, we at the Vector would like to present information that could have an impact on its students and faculty, whether its information that can be used on campus, or […]

Conformity, Competition, or Both?

December 21, 2016 Prasanna Tati 0

The end of almost every email in college, whether it is from a student, faculty member, administration, or non-affiliate, contains a pre-set email signature that will appear in every email the sender will ever send […]

Editorial Questival

December 21, 2016 Micaela Itona 0

Challenge #74: Go to a public place and eat an onion like it were an apple. Pretend this is normal and film others reactions. I bought a ticket for the Cotopaxi Questival some time last […]

Students Prefer Teaches of Color

December 19, 2016 Riya Parmar 0

In recent years, there has been a rising demand for diversity in classrooms from educators and parents. Now, a recent study has discovered that students themselves, regardless of their race and ethnicity, prefer teachers of […]

Why is College Hard?

October 11, 2016 Sheryl Jacob 0

Senioritis: A deep-rooted illness that afflicts many senior year high school students after college acceptance letters have been mailed out and generally lasting until the eve of a student’s first day of college. Merriam Webster […]

Sugar is Souring Your Mind

September 20, 2016 Nanditha Lakshmanan 0

Unless you don’t pay attention to your biology teachers, the news, your nutrition labels, or your doctors, you should be well aware of the damaging physical effects of obesity. While most people are aware of […]

Politics Blotter

April 15, 2016 Vector Staff 0

Politics Blotter Ianiz Patchedjiev With Bernie Sanders on a winning streak of primaries, Hillary Clinton is giving it her all to win the New York Primary on April 19. Bernie Sanders is experiencing unprecedented momentum, […]

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