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The Last Words

The Last Words

Romer Jed Medina April 29, 2014

“Grown-ups don't look like grown-ups on the inside either. Outside, they're big and thoughtless and they always know what they're doing. Inside, they look just like they always have. Like they did when...

Almost There

Almost There

Romer Jed Medina April 8, 2014

“The tragedy in life doesn’t lie in not reaching your goal. The tragedy lies in having no goals to reach.” – Benjamin E. Mays I forget who, but an upperclassman once told my freshman self that...

Friendship and Food

Friendship and Food

Romer Jed Medina April 7, 2014

Like music, food is a way to share culture and heritage without the need for words. The different ingredients and combination of spices can create thousands of dishes with varying flavors. This week, we’ll...

Surviving zombies… and players.

Surviving zombies… and players.

Romer Jed Medina March 28, 2014

Survival horror has departed from its original roots of Silent Hill, Resident Evil, and Fatal Frame. With new games such as Day Z, 7 Days to Die, and Rust taking the mantle and expanding upon the world,...

Digital Tagline: Connected Always

Digital Tagline: Connected Always

Romer Jed Medina March 27, 2014

Image Courtesy of: Google We are always connected 24/7, anywhere in this world. Our generation is connected to each other. Years of information, hours of entertainment, and each access to the digital...

Engineering Recipe: Ecuadorian vs Dominican

Engineering Recipe: Ecuadorian vs Dominican

Romer Jed Medina March 15, 2014

Busy schedules usually mean returning to comfort food and meals instead of venturing into unknown cuisines. At times like these, there is no shame to admit that friends come to my aid and teach me their...

NJIT Student App Guide: Part 1 – The Specs

NJIT Student App Guide: Part 1 – The Specs

Romer Jed Medina March 3, 2014

The motto of the company has always been “For the Students, by the Students”. That’s what Ernest Grzybowski and Ebenezer Ackon lived by as they set off to create and implement NJIT’s first widely-available...

Engineering Recipes: Lazy Cooking Recipes

Engineering Recipes: Lazy Cooking Recipes

Romer Jed Medina February 27, 2014

Editor-in-Chief Your weekends are precious, sleep has the same worth as diamonds, and time never seems to be on your side. This week we will be approaching three simple and “lazy” recipes that require...

The Rise of the Helix - Social Experiment: Twitch Plays Pokemon

The Rise of the Helix – Social Experiment: Twitch Plays Pokemon

Romer Jed Medina February 27, 2014

There is a theorem that states “an infinite amount of monkey hitting keys at random on a typewriter keyboard for an infinite amount of time will surely type any given text, such as the complete works...

Engineering Recipes: Seafood Doria

Engineering Recipes: Seafood Doria

Romer Jed Medina February 25, 2014

The first recipe I ever attempted to emulate, aside from meatloaf, was Katsudon, a Japanese pork cutlet with egg over rice and onions. Although it's a dish that I could make in a matter of minutes now,...

Love is a Potato

Love is a Potato

Romer Jed Medina February 14, 2014

Photo above courtesy of Google Images Prologue Inspiration for love can come from the falling of autumn leaves upon a stranger’s shoulder or even in a shared cup of tea on a snowy winter day. They...

Engineering Recipes: Getting In and Out Faster! 10 Minute Recipes!

Engineering Recipes: Getting In and Out Faster! 10 Minute Recipes!

Romer Jed Medina February 6, 2014

30 minutes was too long for you? We can finish faster. By: Romer Jed Medina Sometimes cooking a thirty minute meal seems like a hassle on difficult days. And yet, we should not give in to the temptation...

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