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The ELO Score & What it Means for You

The ELO Score & What it Means for You

Prasanna Tati February 20, 2018

Tinder uses a rating system based on the ELO score that determines whose profile you are shown, who sees your profile, and in what order. Many other dating apps use similar matching algorithms to yield...

Laser room line

CoAD Campout

Prasanna Tati December 6, 2017

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NJIT Snap Stories Foster Millennial-Era Camaraderie On-Campus

NJIT Snap Stories Foster Millennial-Era Camaraderie On-Campus

Prasanna Tati October 17, 2017

Custom, NJIT-specific Snapchat stories began to appear on campus almost two weeks ago. Snapchat is a free and popular mobile app that allows users to send and receive photos and videos that self-destruct...

The Health Departments New Digs

The Health Department’s New Digs

Prasanna Tati October 4, 2017

St. Michael’s Medical Center will be the new home of the NJIT Health Department, a partnership established over the course of this year. Students will be able to receive all of the same services they...

NJIT Professor Placed on Administrative Leave During Administrative Review of Alt-Right Involvement

Prasanna Tati September 26, 2017

NJIT Lecturer Dr. Jason Jorjani was placed on administrative leave on Monday, according to Matthew Goldstein, Chief Strategy Officer of NJIT. According to President Bloom, NJIT administration is continuing...

Farewell to Dr. Sarah Vandermark

Farewell to Dr. Sarah Vandermark

Prasanna Tati September 6, 2017

One of the more recent individuals to transition out of their position at NJIT is Dr. Sarah Vandermark, former Executive Director of the Center for Student Success. Dr. Vandermark started off her NJIT...

Student-Centered Senate Resolutions Make Progress

Student-Centered Senate Resolutions Make Progress

Prasanna Tati April 26, 2017

Over this past month, the NJIT Student Senate signed a list of resolutions to increase the add/drop period, implement a pass/fail system, create advisor evaluations, and decrease class time. Although none...

Professors Salaries May Not Measure Teaching Quality

Professors Salaries May Not Measure Teaching Quality

Prasanna Tati March 24, 2017

During the university’s spring break, a Reddit user posted how much NJIT Faculty members earn per department, without any added benefits, from an open records resource. Some questioned how a professor...

Twenty Minutes: Dr. Neil Maher

Twenty Minutes: Dr. Neil Maher

Prasanna Tati March 19, 2017

Dr. Neil Maher is a popular professor in the Federated History department at NJIT, whose background many would not think to ask about. Maher grew up in a suburb of New York City near the Hudson River,...

Public Safety 9-1-1 Call Center to Start Serving NJIT Community

Public Safety 9-1-1 Call Center to Start Serving NJIT Community

Prasanna Tati March 3, 2017

  As of Wednesday, March 1, all landline and non-landline calls made by NJIT students, faculty, staff, and affiliates to the emergency number 9-1-1 while on NJIT campus will be answered by NJIT Public...

Public Safety Increases Visibility on Campus

Prasanna Tati February 21, 2017

Under the leadership of Chief Joseph Marswillo, the NJIT Public Safety Department has planned, executed, and completed a number of projects whose objectives include increasing safety on campus, building...

Twenty Minutes with Jose Alcala

Prasanna Tati February 21, 2017

Sitting on a stool in the middle of an empty laser cutting room, Jose Alcala, a university lecturer and coordinator of the Industrial Design program at NJIT, looks like he is at home. Born in Spain, Alcala...

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