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#NikeBoycott

On Monday, September 3, Nike debuted its 30th-anniversary “Just Do It” campaign, with advertisements featuring Serena Williams, Odell Beckham Jr., and Colin Kaepernick. The announcement immediately started trending on Twitter when people saw Kaepernick reappear…

Student Loan Watchdog Walks Out

The United States is facing a student loan crisis worth 1.5 trillion dollars. Fifty percent of incoming NJIT freshmen take on the burden of student debt, while seventy percent of college students nationwide graduate with…

The Saga of President Trump and the FBI

It has been over one and a half years since the FBI began investigating. June 16, 2015—nearly three years ago—Donald J. Trump announced that he would be running for the position of President of the…

Diverse Campus Struggles to Promote Diversity

The Diversity Office on campus was closed over the Summer of 2017, when the previous director, Sherlene Ayala, left NJIT for a position at a different university. The Office of Student Life, relocated to the…

Who Can Use The Makerspace?

With a budget of approximately 11.5 million dollars, the NJIT Makerspace continues to make progress in renovating the facility for student use. Despite opening its doors to the public last December 2017, the Makerspace is…

Students Claim NJIT Advising is Adequate

In a recent survey conducted by NJIT’s Office of Institutional Effectiveness, over a thousand students contributed their opinion regarding the service provided by their academic advisor. The results of the survey were positive overall with…

NJIT’s Parking Issue

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…

Dr. Jorjani Under Review After Alt-Right Involvement Pushed…

The NJIT community was taken by surprise after a video published last week by The New York Times pushed Dr. Jason Jorjani's involvement with the Alt-Right into the spotlight.  The video was part of an undercover report produced by Patrik Hermansson, a Swedish graduate student working for the British…

The Thoughts of NJIT Students 50 Years Ago

Seventy-four alumni from the class of 1967 have written biographies reflecting upon their lives since graduating from the Newark College of Engineering, now known as the New Jersey Institute of Technology. As time moves forward,…

NJIT 2020 Vision

Two years into the 2020 Vision plan, NJIT has been initiating a number of changes across campus – and students have started to notice. Dubbed the “blueprint for achieving the vision shared by the NJIT…

NJIT Raises Price of Parking

For Full Time Commuters, the price to register has increased yearly, from twenty-five dollars in 2013, to thirty, thirty-five, and forty dollars each following year For the fourth consecutive year in a row, NJIT has…

Professor Moodle, PhD

Tonight, you must upload a rough draft of your essay to Moodle. Tomorrow, you have to post on every social media account to promote your club event. You fill out Google forms, share your presentations…

The $289 Million Monsanto Case

Monsanto found liable of causing a school groundskeeper's cancer On August 10, 2018, a San Francisco jury awarded Dewayne Johnson, a former school groundskeeper, $289 million on account of Monsanto’s Roundup ‘weedkiller’ causing terminal non-Hodgkin's…

The State of Culture at NJIT

While the phrase “get some culture” is often thrown around carelessly, at NJIT, more should take heed. As a tech school, many students are constantly focused on meeting deadlines and studying for major exams, which…

The Melting Arctic: And why it’s important to…

The Arctic is turning green. It is not snowing or getting colder—instead, plants are growing in the cold tundra. A team from Los Alamos National Laboratory, University of Alaska Fairbanks, and Oak Ridge National Laboratory…

Goblin Slayer

Goblin Slayer, a 12-episode anime series adaptation of the light novel series and manga of the same name, starts out as many fantasy anime do: a fledgling group of adventurers take up a low-level eradication…

Music in the Library: Vramensco Quartet

On the night of October 23, 2018, it was anything but quiet in the Littman Library. Indeed, the College of Architecture and Design’s library was bursting with playful, graceful, and downright powerful music as they…