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An estimated 3,000 students, faculty, staff, alumni and their families participated in NJIT Day 2008, the university's annual fall festival, on October 11. Highlights of this year's event, which recorded the largest attendance in its five-year history, included carnival rides and game booths, The Young Alumni Club Chili Cook-off, women's soccer, Highlander Games, and computer game expo. "It was, by far, the largest event we have held on campus excepting commencement," said NJIT Dean of Students Jack Gentul. "So many people worked so hard to make the event a success—their efforts and the outcome has made us all proud to be a part of this community." >>
For the fifth consecutive year, NJIT students return to campus next Tuesday, Sept 2, 2008, to enjoy a campus tradition—fresh pancakes flipped by their professors and deans for the annual breakfast. Set for 8-10 a.m. on the campus green, the event signifies the start of the new school year plus welcomes all back to campus with smiles, handshakes and fresh flapjacks. >>
It's back-to-school time for college-bound youngsters. Chances are if you're a freshman, you may be inexperienced at residence hall life. Here are a few pointers on how to make the best of a small space. >>
Whether or not you're a veteran of residence hall life, the one thing you can always use is a good plan on how to organize and maximize living space. >>
Spring again!  It's that time of year when parents and their college-bound youngsters set off to tour colleges and universities to gain a better understanding of what will make a good match.  >>