State of the Senate

The Student Senate held their first annual State of the Senate address last Friday, April 13, that was open to all students and faculty of NJIT. Senate President, Mark Neubauer, and other cabinet members led…

Student Spotlight: Thomas Sousa

From Thursday, April 5 to Sunday, April 8, tens of thousands of gamers and cosplayers flocked to Boston to attend PAX East. PAX, originally known as Penny Arcade Expo, boasts hundreds of booths where vendors…

Syrian Chemical Attack

The war in Syria is nowhere near resolution and as more fatalities occur, more human rights and war crimes occur. The latest weapons being used against civilians in Syria are chemical weapons. On Saturday, April…

20 Minutes with Prof. Ray Leibman

Prof. Ray Leibman is currently an Adjunct Professor teaching Marketing at Martin Tuchman School of Management. Before getting to NJIT, Professor Leibman taught part-time at Rutgers-Newark until 2011 when he received an invitation to come…

The WEC has Risen and the Birds are…

Following the completion of the WEC, the surrounding sidewalks have become host to an increasing number of bird carcasses. This likely is due to the reflective windows which are known to be major tormentors to…

In Memory of Stephen Hawking

On March 13 of this year, the brilliant physicist Stephen Hawking passed away after an incredible 50+ year battle with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). While this disability greatly affected him physically, it forced the cosmologist…

Walking Out On The Law

Thousands of high school and University students participated in a national school walk-out as part of an ongoing protest movement against gun violence on Wednesday, March 14. This nationally organized event was held in the…