VOICE Conference on Campus: Looking Forward

This summer, more than 2,600 people converged at the NJIT Wellness and Events Center for the Amazon Alexa-sponsored VOICE Technology Summit. From July 24 - 27, the university hosted its largest tech conference to date.…

Season Preview: NJIT Ice Hockey

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Green—but Green Enough?

Contrary to popular belief, NJIT does recycle. These efforts are led by Charlie Nieves, the Director of Building Services, and Henry Rzemieniewski, the Manager of Custodial Services. It is their job to take waste that…

Club Spotlight: Engineers Without Borders

Engineers Without Borders (EWB) is a club at NJIT that provides sustainable engineering solutions to underprivileged communities around the world. Current President, Matt Reda, worked to organize a trip to the commune of Milot, Haiti…

NJIT Mourns a Loss

  Timothy Hesson, a third-year civil engineering student who died of heart failure on April 13, 2018 was remembered as a passionate gamer and hiker during a memorial service at NJIT last week. The service…

The Kid Who Bought Everyone Chips

  When I was a kid, my parents would move around a lot, so I’d end up switching schools every two to three years. All that moving and constantly being the new kid eventually did…

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…