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The Vector

Rutgers Strike Is Resolved 

Rutgers Strike Is Resolved 

Mrunmayi Joshi, Managing Editor April 28, 2023

For an intense week from April 10 to April 15, an unprecedented strike on all four Rutgers campuses — New Brunswick, Camden, Newark, and Biomedical Health Sciences — brought class to a standstill...

Students Attend Pro-Life and Pro-Choice Marches

Students Attend Pro-Life and Pro-Choice Marches

Matthew Fleishman, Staff Writer April 7, 2023

(Photo by Johnathan Kreinberg) On January 22, 1973, the Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton decisions were handed down, legalizing abortion across the United States of America during the first and second...

Covering COP27 

Covering COP27 

Mrunmayi Joshi, Managing Editor December 30, 2022

(Photo from COP Civic Space) From Nov. 6 to Nov. 20, the 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference, known better as COP27, took place in the coastal Egyptian city of Sharm el-Sheikh. The event...

The 2022 Midterm Elections 

The 2022 Midterm Elections 

Mrunmayi Joshi, Managing Editor December 1, 2022

On Tuesday, Nov. 8, American citizens flocked to local township polling sites in order to vote in this year’s midterm elections. In addition, several states, including New Jersey, provided mail-in ballots...

Pakistan Goes Underwater 

Pakistan Goes Underwater 

Areej Qamar, Executive Editor October 6, 2022

The rain started the same day I arrived in Pakistan this summer. My relatives, happy to see me and my family, exclaimed that we had brought “showers of blessings” with us. It did almost seem that...

2022 Midterm Elections: Competing for a Gridlocked Congress 

2022 Midterm Elections: Competing for a Gridlocked Congress 

Pranav Anthapu September 23, 2022

The November 2022 midterm elections are fewer than two months away, and Democrats and Republicans are both showing a fighting chance at taking over Congress. This election essentially determines if there’s...

SCOTUS Shifts to the Right

SCOTUS Shifts to the Right

Alfred Simpson, Staff Writer September 16, 2022

America has a problem and it is far-right extremism within each branch of the government. The Conservative bloc of the Supreme Court, consisting of Chief Justice John Roberts and Justices Brett Kavanaugh,...

The Real Cost of Dates

Nazia Shaheed May 2, 2022

When we think about racism, we tend to think about the segregation of Black South Africans during Apartheid, the expulsion of Indigenous Americans from their lands and the daily systemic injustices that...

Carrying On Through Historical Events 

Carrying On Through Historical Events 

Alfred Simpson, Staff Writer May 2, 2022

Students and staff at NJIT have lived through more “once-in-a-lifetime” events in their lives than their predecessors. A pandemic continues to rage across the globe, spiking seemingly every other...

Responses to Newarks Housing Crisis

Responses to Newark’s Housing Crisis

Mrunmayi Joshi, Managing Editor February 4, 2022

Newark has had its fair share of challenges as it underwent economic downturns, social friction and widespread corruption throughout the twentieth century, including industrial decline...

The World Meets for Climate Change

The World Meets for Climate Change

Sebastian Lopez December 10, 2021

A significant conference for our planet, the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP), took place from Oct. 31 to Nov. 12. At COP26, the twenty-sixth iteration of the conference, big carbon emitters...

Democrats Face Reality Check With 2021 Elections

Democrats Face Reality Check With 2021 Elections

Alfred Simpson, Staff Writer December 2, 2021

The 2021 elections should be a reality check for democrats and their progressive wing. The Democratic Party suffered big losses across the nation with progressive democrats losing the momentum...

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