The State of Culture at NJIT

While the phrase “get some culture” is often thrown around carelessly, at NJIT, more should take heed. As a tech school, many students are constantly focused on meeting deadlines and studying for major exams, which…

The Melting Arctic: And why it’s important to…

The Arctic is turning green. It is not snowing or getting colder—instead, plants are growing in the cold tundra. A team from Los Alamos National Laboratory, University of Alaska Fairbanks, and Oak Ridge National Laboratory…

Music in the Library: Vramensco Quartet

On the night of October 23, 2018, it was anything but quiet in the Littman Library. Indeed, the College of Architecture and Design’s library was bursting with playful, graceful, and downright powerful music as they…

Dear Highlander: Midterms?

Dear Highlander,   My midterms are coming up, and I am really stressed. Just thinking about them makes me feel anxious and sweaty. I feel like I am drowning in studies even though I’m behind…

Canada, Cannabis, and Blockchain

For those of you keeping up with cannabis legalization, it should bring you much joy that our neighbor to the north, Canada, officially legalized recreational marijuana on October 17. Those aged 18 or older can…

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…