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NJIT's Student Newspaper

The Vector

NJIT's Student Newspaper

The Vector

Democrats Secure House in NJ Election

Democrats Secure House in NJ Election

Mrunmayi Joshi, Managing Editor December 4, 2023

On the chilly Tuesday, Nov. 7, voters lined up in polling booths across the nation in order to cast their votes in citizen initiatives, mayoral races, state legislature elections, and two gubernatorial...

Photos from NJIT ACM & Nucleus Yearbook

The 10th Annual HackNJIT Makes Waves

Mrunmayi Joshi, Managing Editor November 11, 2023

On the Saturday morning of Nov. 4, hundreds of attendees poured into the Campus Center to participate in HackNJIT, the Association for Computing Machinery’s (ACM) annual hackathon held in conjunction...

Office of Prevention and Advocacy engaging students during events this semester - Photos by Ethan Ho & Wanapat Khonsue

Office of Prevention and Advocacy Commences Its First Full Year on Campus

Yukthi Sangoi, Editor-in-Chief November 5, 2023

About six months ago, Brittany Gaviria Sanchez joined NJIT as the university’s inaugural Prevention Specialist in the Office of Prevention and Advocacy, which was established this summer. The office...

Photo from UCAN

Talks between UCAN and NJIT Shift after Initial Contract Request Surpasses One Year of Negotiations

Yukthi Sangoi, Editor-in-Chief October 28, 2023

The negotiations between NJIT and the union that represents more than 800 teaching and research assistants, post-doctoral fellows, research professionals, and adjunct faculty is entering a new phase now...

View of Sussex Park, located at the intersection of Central and Sussex avenues

NJIT Campus Goes Green

Mrunmayi Joshi, Managing Editor October 12, 2023

Nestled in the University Heights neighborhood of Newark, the NJIT campus spans 48 acres — most of which is consumed by buildings, parking lots, and sidewalks. However, over 300 trees line the campus,...

Homecoming concert takes place in the Wellness and Events Center in Fall 2022

Concert Comes Home to Spring Semester

Yukthi Sangoi, Editor-in-Chief October 8, 2023

Many students now in their fourth year on campus have seen a tradition of concerts taking place during NJIT’s Homecoming weekend. This, however, wasn’t the intended case in prior years, and the Office...

Images from the Red Zone installation, located in the Campus Center gallery

The Red Zone

Yukthi Sangoi, Editor-in-Chief September 29, 2023

This article contains mentions of sexual violence.   “Just because you can doesn’t mean you have to or even want to,” “I think I wish I was more patient and assertive,” and “my body oftentimes...

View from Maple Hall of other residence buildings at NJIT: John Martinson Honors Residence Hall, Greek Way, Laurel Hall, and Oak Hall.

It’s a Full House

Mrunmayi Joshi, Managing Editor September 14, 2023

Visitors to NJIT today will normally find the upper and lower greens packed with students playing volleyball, lounging in the sun, or participating in various club-hosted events. The scene is a far cry...

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Trends in College Enrollment

Mrunmayi Joshi, Managing Editor August 31, 2023

In the fall of 2011, 8,328 students registered for classes at New Jersey City University, better known as NJCU. By 2021, that number had dropped to just 6,918.   This trend echoed in several postsecondary...

JerseyCTF III: An International Attention Attractor  

JerseyCTF III: An International Attention Attractor  

Yukthi Sangoi, Editor-in-Chief May 9, 2023

“With over 1400 users, [there are] 730 teams from Australia, India, Brazil, South Korea, Ukraine, Italy, France, Germany, South Africa, Kenya — on and on the list goes. This is a worldwide event...

Student Senate Surveys Scholars 

Student Senate Surveys Scholars 

Mrunmayi Joshi, Managing Editor April 28, 2023

On March 20, the phones of most NJIT students rang with a message from the Student Senate Academic Affairs committee. It proposed three measures to improve undergraduate academic life, which were:  1....

IEEE Hosts NJIT’s First-Ever Hardware Hackathon 

IEEE Hosts NJIT’s First-Ever Hardware Hackathon 

Mrunmayi Joshi, Managing Editor April 21, 2023

One might expect engineering students to still be fast asleep early on a Saturday morning, but attendees turned out in droves to participate in the Byte Into Hardware Hackathon. The first-of-its-kind...

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