The Aftermath of Rape

April 13, 2016 Vector Staff 0

The Aftermath of Rape By Nanditha Lakshmanan, contributing writer Most people view Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) as something that is solely caused by war. However, few people understand that PTSD, which many view as […]

Good to Know – Babatunde Ojo

March 24, 2016 Vector Staff 0

Good to Know: Tips for Successful Self Defense By Babatunde Ojo, copy editor Small or large, life-changing or convenient, we at The Vector would like to present information that could have an impact on the […]

50 Things I Learned in Panama

March 24, 2016 Vector Staff 1

By Lyna Lam, contributing writer I didn’t tell many people about me going to Panama because I had been unsure myself if I was going; I was paranoid about some random occurrence preventing me from […]

Tips and tricks to the Commons

March 9, 2016 Vector Staff 0

By Daniel Daudelin, contributing writer Commons are the bane of many a college student’s existence. Everyone has seen the look of pity on a friend’s face when you say you have a common the next […]

Fulfilling the Dream Through STEM

March 2, 2016 Collin Urban 0

By Collin Urban, Business Assistant Last Thursday February 25, the National Society of Black Engineers hosted a dinner party and awards ceremony at the Robert Treat Hotel in Newark to celebrate the achievements of those […]

Know Your Rights

February 24, 2016 Vector Staff 0

Fatima Chaudhry On February 5, Iota Phi Theta Fraternity held an open forum discussion with two law enforcement personnel. The forum was done by ex-Newark Detective Rodriguez and Sgt. Sanders who works here at NJIT. […]

National Eating Disorder Awareness Week

February 24, 2016 Vector Staff 0

This week is National Eating Disorder Awareness Week, and this year focuses on early detection and prevention. Detection of eating disorders is essential, as according to the National Institute of Mental Health, about 1 in […]

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