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The Vector

The Amazing Race: NJIT Celebrates International Education Week 

The Amazing Race: NJIT Celebrates International Education Week 

Mrunmayi Joshi, Managing Editor December 15, 2022

(Photos from Narella Vamshi) NJIT is known for its diverse student body, with significant cultural diversity represented in its undergraduate and graduate populations. From Nov. 9–18, the Office...

Toastmasters International

Toastmasters International

Josh Rincon May 7, 2017

  Toastmasters International visited the NJIT campus to recognize the school's very own Toastmasters club on April 24. The charter ceremony was a moment of triumph and joy because it showed how far...

Nine-Month Old Pakistani Boy Accused of Murder

Nine-Month Old Pakistani Boy Accused of Murder

Hari Ravichandran April 15, 2014

Although Pakistan’s judicial system has been unable to prosecute terrorists such as Hafiz Saeed and Osama Bin Laden, it does press attempted murder charges against Musa Khan, a boy who is only nine months...

The Ongoing Conflict in the Central African Republic

The Ongoing Conflict in the Central African Republic

Hari Ravichandran February 17, 2014

The Central African Republic (CAR) is in a bad situation right now. The Human Development Index, a statistic that measures the social and economic development of countries, ranked the CAR 180th out of...

Plastic Cards

Plastic Cards

Vector Staff December 5, 2013

Americans love plastic. There’s plastic everywhere - in your car, your phone, and your computer. There’s one particular piece of plastic that America just can’t get enough of, and it’s in your...

Cable Cutting

Cable Cutting

Joseph Iacoviello December 5, 2013

“Cutting the cable”, or unsubscribing from television cable networks, has been a popular idea but hasn’t really caught on yet. Despite the growth of third party networks such as Netflix, most people...

Silk Road 2.0

Silk Road 2.0

Joseph Iacoviello November 12, 2013

The “Dark Net” is a series of nefarious websites that are impossible to access from the normal web. Dark Net is usually hidden behind a firewall or some sort of anonymous network, such as Tor. Tor...

My Little Browser Can’t Be This Cute!

My Little Browser Can’t Be This Cute!

Guest November 12, 2013

In 1995m Microsoft launched the first version of Internet Explorer, a browser that would soon dominate the market but would also be infamous for its speed (lack thereof) and vulnerabilities. Sadly for...

Pakistan’s Energy Crisis

Pakistan’s Energy Crisis

Hari Ravichandran November 4, 2013

Although terrorism is a major threat in Pakistan that threatens the lives of thousands of people, Khawaja Muhammad Asif, Pakistan’s Minister for Water and Power, calls Pakistan’s Energy Crisis “a...

Technology News: Unlimited International Roaming

Technology News: Unlimited International Roaming

Vector Staff October 16, 2013

We’re charged some pretty ridiculous prices out there, like $60 for an oil change or $20 to change an air filter. What about those pesky international roaming rates? You usually pay an arm and a leg...

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