More Community Involvement is Needed, says New Brunswick Citizens Recreation Committee

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By: Kiarra Lyles NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. Feb. 1 – The 9-member New Brunswick Citizens Recreation Committee made a call for more local volunteer engagement to supplement recreational community outreach programs at their first… Continue reading

The State Theater presents well-known play, Once

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By: Morgan-Rae Ciani NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. Jan. 27 – The State Theatre located on Livingston Avenue in New Brunswick is presenting “An intoxicating romantic gem that you will want to see again” (San… Continue reading

PRO-TIP: SURVING RUTGERS BUSES

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  Never cram yourself onto a LX at the SAC. They come every two minutes, you’ll catch one of them and avoid an uncomfortable ride. 2. If you want to avoid the rush… Continue reading

The Miller Children Slams Rutgers for Neglecting Historic Mansion

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By: Nicolette Accardi The Miller children are outraged at Rutgers University for putting the historic 1740s “Miller House” up for sale in October, which was meant to be the Rutgers University president’s new… Continue reading

Students weigh in on University policies

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By Karen Ruiz With such a diverse and dense population, students at Rutgers University have the opportunity to start their own clubs and organizations pertaining to their academic or social interests. However, some… Continue reading

Rutgers Gardens Keeps It Local With Farmers Market

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By Julia Motis New Brunswick, NJ – Behind a wall of glass jars of a wide variety of colors sits Kim Osterhoudt as she displays her handmade Jams by Kim in every flavor… Continue reading

Rutgers celebrates 250th anniversary

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By Akia Thorpe Nov 10 marked the first day of Rutgers 250th anniversary year. Rutgers held a kickoff event in celebration of the milestone and will continue to hold events throughout the next… Continue reading

Ode To New Brunswick

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By Allison Manolis Wandering around the streets of New Brunswick for four years trains your eyes and ears to find beauty in unlikely places; The garbage can covered in miscellaneous colors, spray painted by reckless teenagers;… Continue reading

Rutgers University’s very own global citizen

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    Not all students can say they are a part of two collegiate honor societies, have founded their own on-campus organization, and spent a summer in China by the age of 21.… Continue reading

Rutgers Professor Aims to Engage Two Polarized Majors

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By Courtney DuPont   NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. Nov. 5 – Lauren Feldman is a new professor at Rutgers University who hopes her professional research will encourage students to embrace science and political communication… Continue reading