Athletes of the Week

Brian Capozzola, Swimming Biomedical Engineering Position: Free Height: 6’0” Class: Sophomore Hometown: Toms River, NJ High School: Toms River East 2012-13: Earned METS all-conference in the 200 freestyle and 100 freestyle while receiving METS honorable…

Athletes of the Week

Markus Schultz, Tennis Sophomore 6’0” High school: Jensen Gymnasium Vastra Hometown: Hagersten, Sweden Schultz, who joined the NJIT men's tennis team in January 2013, finished the 2012-13 season ranked 18th in the Northeast Region by…

The Marvelous Deepher Dude and the Quest to…

Each fall, the sisters of Delta Phi Epsilon at NJIT organize an event called “Deepher Dude”, an all-male beauty pageant held to raise money and awareness for the life-threatening disease Cystic Fibrosis. Cystic Fibrosis, most…

Theater Preview: The Icarus Project

Brush up on your Greek mythology and spice up your night out on the town with a trip to the Jim Wise Theater to see NJIT’s upcoming play, “The Icarus Project.” Experience the original story…

Car Cutting On Campus: On behalf of Hero…

On Wednesday, October 15, 2013, NJIT hosted its annual Jaws of Life demonstration. Sergeant Eric DiFrancesco arrived at the scene of the accident and started explaining the situation, as well as calling for back up. He…

Basketball Midnight Madness: A slow start, but a…

The event hadn’t yet begun, so the Highlander’s own new Hype Team practiced their steps on stage while the athletics crew gathered their athletes on the side, arranging them in order of class year. Music…

SAC Events: 1 vs. 100

On Monday, October 14th, 2013, the Student Activities Council (SAC) hosted their take on television’s popular game show 1 vs. 100. SAC dished out over 300 dollars in prize money to 8 individual winners. The…

Bringing NJIT to the NEXT level

The campus development fundraising campaign for $150M What do establishing scholarship funds, attracting top-notch faculty, and constructing campus infrastructure have in common? They are all very expensive projects the $150 million NJIT NEXT campaign seeks…