Rutgers Tabs Bill Nye as Commencement Speaker

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By Eric Mullin Rutgers University announced that Bill Nye “The Science Guy” would be the commencement speaker at the New Brunswick school’s spring graduation. Nye was unanimously approved by the Rutgers Board of… Continue reading

Rutgers Against Hunger Brings awareness to local needs

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By: Megan Dougherty The holiday seasons witnesses a lot of donations to local food pantries and food drive events. However, once the summer months come there is a sudden decrease in donations. The… Continue reading

Dick Lloyd, Voice of Rutgers Basketball, Retires After Long Career

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by Scott Logan Dick Lloyd, who has spent the past 23 seasons as the color commentator for Rutgers men’s basketball, announced his retirement earlier this month through a press release on Rutgers athletics’… Continue reading

Rutgers Men’s Basketball Lands Transfer from K-State

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  By Scott Neaves Rutgers men’s basketball has added Nigel Johnson, sophomore guard from Kansas State University.  Johnson announced via Twitter on April 8 that he was planning to transfer from KSU and… Continue reading

Project Move-Out Registration is Open

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By Scott Neaves There are many Rutgers students who do not live in on-campus housing.  For them, it is harder to move out at the end of the year, since most of the… Continue reading

Rutgers Students making a difference on Spring Break

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A group of Rutgers students spent their spring break going door to door in communities across New Jersey raising awareness and gaining support to end the overuse of antibiotics on factory farms. The… Continue reading

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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