Mourning a Friendly Face: Gian Laput

Gian Earl Laput is remembered as a gamer, a K-pop fan, a ukulele player, a lover of puns and lunchables, and a prominent member of Alpha Phi Omega (APO), the co-ed national service fraternity on…

Club Spotlight: Engineers Without Borders

Engineers Without Borders (EWB) is a club at NJIT that provides sustainable engineering solutions to underprivileged communities around the world. Current President, Matt Reda, worked to organize a trip to the commune of Milot, Haiti…

Tips & Trixx for Starting College

A new school year is upon us, and that means a fresh start for everyone; for freshmen, especially, this is a year of rapid change—and hopefully— one of rapid growth. College is great in that…

Growing Pains

What I am going to say next will likely be an unpopular opinion: I am going to miss school.   Rest assured—I will not miss the incessant studying or the stress over common exams. Instead, I…

NJIT Mourns a Loss

  Timothy Hesson, a third-year civil engineering student who died of heart failure on April 13, 2018 was remembered as a passionate gamer and hiker during a memorial service at NJIT last week. The service…

The Kid Who Bought Everyone Chips

  When I was a kid, my parents would move around a lot, so I’d end up switching schools every two to three years. All that moving and constantly being the new kid eventually did…