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NJIT remembers, says goodbye to one of its own

NJIT remembers, says goodbye to one of its own

Stephen Chan February 24, 2015

Albert Roman, a sophomore Electrical Engineering student known for his charming sense of humor, died Tuesday, Feb. 17. He had recently turned 20 years old. Roman was found dead outside the Parking Deck...

A Week After On-Campus Death: What We Know So Far

A Week After On-Campus Death: What We Know So Far

Amarelis Bracero February 24, 2015

Amarelis Bracero, Executive Editor A week after the death of 20-year-old Electrical Engineering student Albert Roman, the Northern Regional Medical Examiner’s Office has not yet publicly released an...

Public Safety Blotter for 2/12/2015 through 2/19/2015

Vector Staff February 24, 2015

For 2/12/2015 through 2/19/2015 Times Shown are Times Reported 2/15/2015 10:00 PM A student reported that after giving an unknown person a ride to Bellville the subject took the student’s cellphone...

Senate Meeting Minutes – 18 February 2015

Walter Church IV February 24, 2015

Walter Church There was a moment of silence for the recently deceased student Albert Roman. Counseling is available for any student that needs it. The president, Alpha, talked about a meeting he had...

What to stream this week: Strange yet Amazing

Martyn Mendyuk February 24, 2015

Originally I planned to finish the Romantic movies recommendations this week with the continuation of the article. However, this endeavor was interrupted by my discovery of something much more important...

Tech Talk: What to expect from Apple’s upcoming release.

Awais Qazi February 24, 2015

Last year, Apple introduced its first entry into the wearables realm; the Apple Watch. The announcement was a huge spectacle with key players in the fashion industry present at the announcement of the...

A Message to Everyone That Needs It: You Matter

Erick (CK) Allas February 24, 2015

Erick Allas To you, the one reading this: I want to tell you something. It is something that may be said to you every day or very rarely: I love you and I am here for you. In light of recent events,...

Indie Game Freebies: Weird Games

Matthew Maravilla February 24, 2015

Matthew Maravilla Last week I wrote about sexy and romantic games, and I want to continue Indie Game Freebies with some weird games I found on the Internet! While these games are great for a laugh or...

Keystone Pipeline: A step back for Environmentalism

Guest February 24, 2015

Deepak Sela The Keystone Pipeline is a continental pipe that starts in Alberta, Canada and eventually ends up at major refineries in the southern half of the US. It is estimated to pump 830,000 barrels...

Black History Month: Mixed feelings

Stephen Chan February 24, 2015

Stephen Chan Ken Jared Alleyne, a junior Electrical Engineering major, does not feel particularly connected to his roots. “I don’t really celebrate Black History Month,” he said. As part of Generation...

Sharing Words with President Joel Bloom

Vector Staff February 24, 2015

The time came around once again for pizza with the President, Dr. Joel Bloom. Students could come in to sit and eat at a table with the gracious President of the university. Dr. Bloom started his career...

Humans of NJIT: I am not what you see

Fariha Tasneem February 24, 2015

Fariha Tasneem Alemnehe Lemma "Students, Faculty, they see me, but they really don't. What I portray through my exterior is not what resembles me through my interior. The struggle I went through to get...

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