Teachers Walk out of Class

April 17, 2018 Nicole Cheney 0

After nearly two weeks without class for half a million Oklahoma public school students, the teachers’ walkout has come to a conclusion. The president of the Oklahoma Education Association, Alicia Priest, has called for an […]

Senate President Profiles

April 17, 2018 Rick Cruz 0

Kellen Kadakia     Kellen is currently the Executive Board’s Secretary to the President, a Sophomore Biology major, and has worked on several Senate Subcommittees and proposals.  Kellen is currently the Executive Board’s Secretary to […]

State of the Senate

April 17, 2018 Victoria Nguyen 0

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

April 17, 2018 Adrian Wong 0

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 […]

20 Minutes with Leon Cristo

April 17, 2018 David Korty 0

David: Greetings Mr. Cristo, where did you grow up?    Leon: I grew up in Mexico until I was about 19 to which I proceeded to Wisconsin to study as an exchange student in 98’. […]

Game Review: “Celeste”

April 17, 2018 Babatunde Ojo 0

Available Platforms: Linux, macOS, Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One  Price: $19.99  The challenge presented from ascending Celeste Mountain is not only physically draining, but mentally and emotionally for both Madeline, the main […]

Syrian Chemical Attack

April 17, 2018 Quratulain Malik 0

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 […]

On Camera

March 27, 2018 Akinlolu Aguda 0

Taking photos has always been a part of people’s live. However, with smartphones and apps for people to share their photos, moments, locations, and “memories,” have things gone too far? Technology has improved immensely since […]

North Korea Calls for Reunification

February 6, 2018 Lyle James 0

North Korea and South Korea have agreed to march together for the opening ceremonies of the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea. This will be the first time the two countries march together since 2006 […]

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