A President’s Farewell

By Contributing Writer Jeremy Bedient   Perhaps I’m a bit biased, but I love the Student Senate. I got involved in this organization a week into my time here at NJIT after my NSO peer…

New York Passes Congestion Tax

New York City is one of the most desirable cities in which to work and reside. However, according to a Kiplinger survey, the cost of living in Manhattan was 138.6% higher than the national average in…

Vietnamese Grocery Wrappers are Bananas

A stroll through the aisles of produce in a supermarket in Southeast Asia quickly reveals the vast differences between the food profile of the region compared to the United States. The unfamiliar sights in a…

Brexit: What’s the Tea?

 As Americans, the issue of Brexit may seem like a daunting and confusing mess of political webs, few of which seem recognizable to us across the Atlantic. However, the outcome of Brexit may very well…

Black Hole Finally Photographed

On April 10, 2019, the National Science Foundation (NSF) announced the first ever image of a black hole. Specifically, the Messier 87 black hole in the galaxy Virgo A was imaged. The image was created…

WikiLeaks Founder Arrested in London

On April 11 Julian Assange, an Australian computer programmer and founder of the international freedom of information group WikiLeaks, was arrested in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London by the Metropolitan Police. Assange has been living…

Notre Dame Burns

On Monday, April 15, thousands of people around the world watched helplessly as strands of fire wrapped around the spire of the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, and smoke billowed to the heavens.  The Notre…