My Safe Haven

  I come from a small suburban town about forty minutes west of New York City, giving me an easy way to describe where I live to those who aren’t from here. My town lies…

Trip to the Land of the Yankees

  My heart jumps into my tummy. I look around.  Everyone on board seems unbothered except these two innocent kids, sitting next to me with their mom, probably in her forties. They grip her hands…

NJIT Printing Policy Changes

Nearly 3.3 billion pages are printed per year by the three printers located in NJIT’s Van Houten Library, one of five public areas where students can print on campus. The other locations are the Littman…

Legislative Action, from Students to Senate

The Lobbying Committee of Student Senate here at NJIT is looking to bring about legislative change that will have a positive impact on the community. Representatives of NJIT met with representatives from neighboring in-state universities…

Student Spotlight: Thomas Sousa

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…

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…

Food Review: Food Truck Extraordinaire

Food trucks, apart from the eateries in the Campus Center, are a huge staple in NJIT students’ diets. There are three food trucks: Sahara (also known as the "blue" food truck by students), Taj Mahal,…