The Murky Waters of Environmental Regulation

A Gallup poll indicated the number one and two environmental issues causing a “great deal of concern” among Americans are the pollution of drinking water and the pollution of rivers, lakes and reservoirs, respectively. This…

I Believe

If you know five people on this campus, chances are you know someone who has been raped. According to the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN), 17.6% of women and 3% of men have…

Dr. Doom’s Fight to Take Down Crypto!

A Senate committee hearing, “Exploring the Cryptocurrency and Blockchain Ecosystem”, set for October 11, heard a testimony from Nouriel Roubini regarding his opinions on blockchain and cryptocurrency. Roubini, an American economist—perhaps better known known as…

Commercial Fishing Banned Across Arctic

With continuously rising temperatures, it’s no wonder polar scientists recently reported the sixth lowest extent of ice on record. Climate change points to diminishing ice cover and thickness in much of the Arctic, converting areas…

Cannabis Set for Canada Legislation

Cannabis is set to be legalized in Canada on October 17, making it the largest country to do so at this time. While the ban is currently nationwide, individual provinces have set up different systems…

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…