Change in JMS Curriculum

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By: Tia Magenheim   Rutgers University students majoring in journalism and media studies will have many new courses to choose from for the upcoming semester, as well as a new curriculum for new… Continue reading

The Big Ten calls for big enrollment numbers at Rutgers

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By: Megan Dougherty Rutgers entered the Big Ten Conference in 2014 and within this first year applicant numbers have increased at a pace the University has never witnessed before. The University has seen… Continue reading

Community Garden Coalition Grows a Garden Movement with Seed Swap Event

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by: Ruqaiyah Shehabuddin The New Brunswick Community Garden Coalition held a community seed swap event, where gardeners could exchange plant seeds they had saved from last year on Saturday, March 28. The event… Continue reading

New Brunswick’s Spring Ciclovia

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Annual Spring Football Game Shows Off Rutgers’ 2015 Squad

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by Scott Logan Rutgers Football will host its annual spring intra-squad scrimmage on Friday at High Point Solutions Stadium, giving fans an opportunity to get a look at the 2015 team. The exhibition,… Continue reading

New Brunswick Demotes Its Water Utility Director Following Inappropriate Remarks

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By: Dan Kilkenny New Brunswick demoted its Water Utility Director on March 27, the second time in less than a year that the utility has undergone a change in leadership. Alexei Walus was… Continue reading

90.3 The Core Presents: Corefest 2015

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By Kyle Booth Every year 90.3 The Core hosts “Corefest.” Corefest gives music fans an opportunity to see all that the tri-state area has to offer in the area of local bands. This… Continue reading

City of New Brunswick Issues a Report on Unsafe Drinking Water

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By: Brian Connors The City of New Brunswick and American Water issued notices to the city’s residents on April 17 regarding 11 different incidents of unsafe drinking water being distributed from the city’s… Continue reading

Rutgers Fraternity Shut Down

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  By John D’Amico Sigma Phi Epsilon’s national headquarters in Virginia stripped the Rutgers chapter of the fraternity of its charter earlier this year, forcing it to close, according to a March 25,… Continue reading

RBS Offers Mini MBA Program to Veterans Starting this August

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by: Ruqaiyah Shehabuddin March 22, 2015 The Rutgers Business School faculty is rallying around developing a mini MBA program for veterans that will start in August 2015. The program will be offered in… Continue reading