What Does Global Warming Taste Like?

October 25, 2017 Akinlolu Aguda 0

Climate change is real. Relatively speaking, industrial farming is half-a-disaster, although very much essential for feeding future generations, and our daily diet choices have an actual impact on the environment. All these statements have a […]

NJ Gubernatorial Debate Coverage

October 25, 2017 Daniil Ivanov 0

NJPAC recently hosted the first debate for the soon to be vacant position, Governor of New Jersey in early October. Democrat Phil Murphy, former U.S. Ambassador to Germany and Goldman Sachs executive, and Republican Kim […]

History of Newark

October 25, 2017 Yasmine Ibrahim 0

The city of Newark was founded in 1666 by Connecticut Puritans to avoid losing their political power. It is the third town of New Jersey and is the largest city in New Jersey. Newark experienced […]

NJIT’s Parking Issue

October 18, 2017 Donnna Sunny 0

3,698 Student Permits Issued | 2,968 Parking Spaces Available At NJIT, commuter students who drive to school typically utilize the parking deck service offered to them. There are two parking decks available to students; the older […]

Movie Review: Blade Runner 2049

October 16, 2017 Prem Naik 0

“I didn’t want it to end”. These were the words heard throughout the crowd in a local AMC theater.  Everyone was leaning forward on the creaky seats, waiting and hoping for more.  Blade Runner 2049 […]

Students, Where’s Your Next Crib?

October 10, 2017 Babatunde Ojo 0

For NJIT students, the only rooming options available close to campus are either on campus, across the street in the University Center, or an apartment within the boundaries of Newark. On campus, all students have […]

Athlete of the Week 10/2

October 6, 2017 NJIT Athletics 0

Kelly DiCristina NEWARK, NJ – Cross country’s Kelly DiCristina was named Female Athlete of the Week for her performance at the Ted Owen Invitational on Saturday.   In the meet, hosted by Central Connecticut State, the freshman placed […]

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