This Halloween, Wear Pink!

It’s October: fall, midterms, and spooky season is all that most NJIT students associate with the second month of the semester. However, October is one of the most important months in the United States, as…

Murder of the Monarchs

Summer vacation in elementary school meant humid evenings at the local park, picking and tasting sour berries from random trees, and endless efforts to capture an intricately patterned monarch butterfly. Monarch butterflies were everywhere, but…

Is Bitcoin in Trouble?

September has been quite the ride for anyone keeping up with Bitcoin. On October 18, the cryptocurrency’s developers released a denial-of-service bug found in the Core software. Luckily, it took less than 24 hours to…

Life in Newark

Living in Newark is a contentious topic because we all come from different backgrounds. For me, attending college in Newark is like returning to my childhood. I grew up in a predominantly Hispanic urban area,…

Canada vs. Trans-Fatty Foods

As of September 17, trans fats have finally made their way out of Canada. In 2017, Health Canada, the country’s publicbody responsible for national public health, moved to ban partially hydrogenated oils (PHOs), citing concerns…

Dr. AI is Ready to See You

Every year, millions of women are screened for breast cancer via mammograms. Over 100,000 each year will have their worst fear confirmed and face confusing and frightening treatments, scans, and procedures—only to find out that…

Green—but Green Enough?

Contrary to popular belief, NJIT does recycle. These efforts are led by Charlie Nieves, the Director of Building Services, and Henry Rzemieniewski, the Manager of Custodial Services. It is their job to take waste that…