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NJIT's Student Newspaper

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NJIT's Student Newspaper

The Vector

How Blind Date with a Book Blossomed

How Blind Date with a Book Blossomed

Najee Manning, Senior Staff Writer April 8, 2024

Since its conception last year, NJIT’s Blind Date with a Book event has become a seasonal highlight for book lovers and intrigued students alike. With over 160 students attending this year’s Blind...

Graphic by Areej Qamar

Student Senate Square

Hunter Russo, Student Senate Information Technology Representative April 8, 2024

Vol. C | Spring | Issue X The Student Senate held its annual Multicultural Festival in the Joel and Diane Bloom Wellness and Events Center on March 27. It was an amazing event, with over 750 students...

Best Visuals awardees Smita More-Patdar and Kantida Nanon | Photo Courtesy of Graduate Student Association

NJIT Graduate Students Showcase Innovative Research

Mohitha Edupuganti, Contributing Writer March 25, 2024

The author is the vice president of public relations for the Graduate Student Association.  The Graduate Student Association and PhD Club at NJIT hosted the 2024 edition of "Three Minute Research Presentations"...

Groundskeeper Omar Garcia stands next to a heart-shaped bush of his own creation on Summit Street.

The Unrecognized Importance of NJIT’s Groundskeepers

Kevin Wood, Contributing Writer February 24, 2024

The NJIT campus is comprised of many departments and individuals who work in tandem to keep the campus functioning for the now over 12,000 students in attendance. For some departments, like Public Safety,...

Main entrance of Newark Penn Station in 2015 | Photo from King of Hearts | CC-BY-SA-3.0

The History of the NEC Line

Maharshi Vyas, Contributing Writer February 15, 2024

One of the most important rail lines to Newark residents and students alike is the Northeast Corridor line. Stretching from New York Penn Station all the way to Trenton, it is one of the best forms of...

‘Legally Blonde’

Shreya Sureshkumar, Contributing Writer February 15, 2024

Following the traditional fall play and spring musical sequence, the NJIT-Rutgers Theatre Program will be putting on a production of “Legally Blonde” this semester! The musical, following the hit movie...

First place awardees of GirlHacks 2023 and their winning token.

LunaTech and Professor Launch Soar to Victory at GirlHacks 2023

Anastasiia Volynska, Contributing Writer February 10, 2024

In a celebration of innovation, collaboration, and female empowerment, the winners of GirlHacks 2023 were announced, with LunaTech taking home the top prize. The 24-hour hackathon, sanctioned by Major...

Wico the Toucan, after receiving a new prosthetic beak made by members of the NJIT Prosthetics Club

Changing Lives, One Limb at a Time

Aiden Miller, Contributing Writer February 3, 2024

In recent months, members of the NJIT Prosthetics Club have repaired a toucan’s beak, restored mobility to a paralyzed dog, and created hands-on opportunities for fellow students to learn how to make...

Graphic by Areej Qamar

Student Senate Square

Yukthi Sangoi, Editor-in-Chief January 27, 2024

Vol. C | Spring | Issue I The Student Senate introduced second-year financial technology major Nahomy Zuniga as the new vice president of finance and third-year civil engineering major Larissa Cavalcante...

Alvaro Coronado, President of the Society of Hispanic and Latine Appreciation

A Student’s Start in Social Sustainability

Sadia Mohiuddin, Contributing Writer November 11, 2023

For many students, campus sustainability comes in the form of addressing environmental concerns — most commonly through recycling and composting. Fourth-year architecture student Alvaro Coronado’s...

The Nomadic Nightmares of Newark

The Nomadic Nightmares of Newark

Vaishnavi Kodali, Staff Writer November 5, 2023

The spooky season has come to a close and it is only a matter of days before turkeys and Christmas trees take over. Let’s hash out some of the myths and legends of Newark, according to online sources.  Starting...

Photo from OpenAI

ChatGPT Updates Draw Curiosity and Caution

David Juarez, Staff Writer October 28, 2023

By now, all of us have heard this program’s name and become accustomed to heeding the many warnings that come following its title. This is none other than ChatGPT, also known as a homework-saver, GPA-destroyer,...

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