France Bans Plastic

In 2016 France banned the use of plastic bags followed by the banning of plastic cups and plates. Now, the country's ban on plastic is expanding towards single-user items such as straws and utensils that…

Amazon on Fire

The Amazon rainforest is a vast jungle of exotic plants and animals that produces over 20% of the world’s oxygen, absorbs over 2.2 billion tons of CO2 every year and is going to make profit…

Welcoming a New Field

The newly completed Lubetkin Field at Mal Simon Stadium, the latest edition to the Wellness and Events Center As students return to school with new experiences and milestones from the summer, NJIT welcomes them back…

Ghostwriters for Hire

Recent investigation demonstrates the ease with which students can beat plagiarism-detection software Congratulations! You did it; you have made it through the last day of classes and are now preparing for finals. Soon, final grades…

One Dead, Three Injured in Synagogue Shooting

At 11:23 AM this past Saturday, the last day of Passover—the week-long Jewish holiday that commemorates the liberation of the Jewish people—a gunman entered the Chabad of Poway Synagogue in California, north of San Diego.…

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…