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NJIT's Student Newspaper

The Vector

NJIT's Student Newspaper

The Vector

NJIT Has Not Had an On-Campus Doctor For Over a Year Now

NJIT Has Not Had an On-Campus Doctor For Over a Year Now

Liem Ho May 7, 2017

“Imagine being over 3000 miles away from home for your undergraduate degree, and while your parents are worried about you and your health, the only doctors on your family’s insurance you can access...

How to Manage Stress in College

Liem Ho February 21, 2017

Stress is something akin to an illness; it disrupts the body and mind’s natural balance. Much like any other illness, stress stems from situations formed by our environment. It could be receiving a poor...

Obituary: Adam Irvine Jr.

Liem Ho February 9, 2017

NJIT mourns the loss of 26 year old Adam Irvine Jr. on January 29, who was found dead in his room in Laurel Hall on Sunday afternoon. Originally from Belvidere, New Jersey, Irvine had initially attended...

Kappa Phi Gamma is at NJIT

Liem Ho October 18, 2016

Pictured left to right are the five founding sisters of the Sigma Colony of Kappa Phi Gamma: Keya Shah (President), Sneha Nambiar (Secretary), Bansari Patel (Vice President External) and Sarika Bhavsar...

How NJIT Students and Administration Can Mutually Improve Student Employment Rates

Liem Ho October 11, 2016

While NJIT has received various high rankings with regards to return on investment and student starting salary, there is still plenty of improvement to be made. Career Development Services (CDS) at NJIT...

Student Activities Fund Review Board (SAFRB) Announces On Campus Improvements

Liem Ho September 20, 2016

Last year, NJIT Student Senate began a new and exciting tradition. Every semester, we turn to the student body for ideas to improve their experience on campus. This week, we begin the SAFRB (Student Activities...

The Wellness and Event Center (WEC) is Well on its Way to Completion for Fall 2017

Liem Ho September 19, 2016

As parents dropped their freshmen kids off for New Student Orientation (NSO) and upperclassmen returned on campus to settle in to their dorm rooms, many have inevitably witnessed the impressive conglomeration...

Drugs, Profits, and Civic Duty

Liem Ho October 2, 2015

In a move that shocked many people and media outlets, CEO of Turing Pharmaceuticals Martin Shkreli increased the price of Daraprim from $13.50 to $750. Daraprim is a prescription medication that is used...

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