Greek Profile: Jeremy Borghi

Name: Jeremy Borghi Major: Digital Design Year: 3rd year Organization: Sigma Pi Initiation Semester: Spring 2011 Aside from working for the Department of Public Works in Haworth, NJ for the past three summers Jeremy has been working for his dad’s company Built Right Builders, installing whole house generators. As far as volunteer work goes, Jeremy has helped set up events...

Pi Kappa Phi: Never Doubt that a Small Group of People can Change the World

Deepika Misra These past two days were quite the experience for the brothers of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity. This semester, the Beta Alpha chapter of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity has done something that they have never done before: they hosted a bike-a-thon for 48 hours straight to benefit Push America! During previous semesters, Pi Kappa Phi only ran this philanthropy...

Sigma Pi: The ACE Project

Deepika Misra The ACE Project, which stands for Altruistic Campus Experience, is all about giving back to the university: its students, faculty and staff.  Sigma Pi’s ACE Project is the only Philanthropy that gives back to the University for supporting Sigma Pi in their quest for excellence. The Altruistic Campus Experience is an event that all Sigma Pi chapters across the country participate in....

Student Senate Meeting Minutes: Excerpts from April 4th & March 27th, 2013

Student Senate Meeting Minutes: Excerpts from April 4th & March 27th, 2013

Student Senate Meeting Minutes Excerpts from April 4th & March 27th, 2013 Senator Reports: Daniel Meshoyrer, Biomedical Engineering CS101 recognized as not very applicable to BME curriculum. Department has recognized this by having “BME301 and BME310 have more applications in MATLAB.” Course MATH279 does not prepare BME undergraduates for the statistical analysis level they need in upper level BME courses....

Club Profile: Game Club

Matthew Maravilla Since this is NJIT, of course a lot of the students here play video games. One might ask, why don’t we have a club on just playing video games? Well, unless you don’t consider the basement of the Campus Center as part of the school, we do! The Game Club is a club dedicated to just that, playing...

Conflict Minerals: Our choices put life and death in the balance

Kunzang Kazi The Democratic Republic of the Congo seems pretty far away as I sit here typing this article in the comfort of the Campus Center. So it might seem a bit strange that we students in Newark, NJ could be held accountable to any degree for the atrocities that are committed on innocent women and children thousands of miles...

Ye Olde Renaissance Faire

Yvonne Chen Perhaps the horseback NJIT student dressed as Link was a foreshadowing of things to come. This Friday, NJIT will play host to an expansive Renaissance Fair, complete with jousters, entertainers and, of course, medieval-style food so authentic you must eat it with your hands. With WJTB Radio’s medieval tunes setting the mood, take a seat on the Lower...

YAC’S GOT YOUR BACK

YAC’S GOT YOUR BACK–Kess-Ann Grant ‘09 UPCOMING YAC EVENT! The Young Alumni Club cordially invites you to join us at our Beer Tasting event. Come out and experience a variety of beer and food from around the world. Executive Chef Peter J. Fischbach and Chef Eric Weatherspoon will hand select imported and artisan beers and pair each one with food....

Rhythm and Blues

Danielle Judka When I wonder about my daily life, I often attach a soundtrack to it, a series of songs I consider to be fitting for my situation. I could be walking around campus, and, say, if I was feeling mellow, I would play something more on the soothing side to match the mood. That’s not to say I’m trying...