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Overrated/Underrated: Cow’s Milk

Overrated – Katherine Ji Whole Milk? Yeah, I have a whole jug of almond milk right here, what’s the problem? Wait, you mean… from a cow?!  Long should be the days in which meat eaters and vegans alike still delight in the stained, dirty process of extracting cow secretions. In all honesty, drinking cow’s milk has always been cringeworthy. Selecting...

Changes in Contact Tracing at NJIT

Changes in Contact Tracing at NJIT

Many students are aware of contact tracing methods for students utilized by the Dean of Students, a significant tool used in limiting further spread of COVID-19 once a person has tested positive. However, new changes in contact tracing protocols have been implemented for the spring semester, including more freedoms given to exposed students’ during their length of quarantine. Such changes beg the...

Our 2021 Predictions

Our 2021 Predictions

By Vector Editorial Board  Between threatening foreign relations, wildfires, a devastating pandemic and perhaps one of the most intense presidential elections in our lifetime this past year, you could hit us with anything in 2021, and we wouldn’t even bat an eye.   So what do the twisted writers of 2021 have in store for us? Here are our predictions for...

Waking up at 5 AM: The Cold, Dark Truth

I’ve always said that I’m a night owl, that I preferred to work at night when everyone was asleep. The problem was, I wasn’t always working. When it’s so late at night, 2 AM looks exactly the same as 3 AM, and 3 AM looks exactly the same as 4 AM. I would only really head to bed when I...

Residents Packing Up Their Bags Amid COVID-19 Surges

Residents Packing Up Their Bags Amid COVID-19 Surges

After a rapid rise in positive COVID-19 cases on-campus, the NJIT community was recently made aware of the decision to transition to fully remote instruction beginning Nov. 25. With this transition, students previously attending converged classes in person would be required to attend all classes online instead.   According to NJIT’s Pandemic Recovery website as of Nov. 24, the campus has...