Rutgers 2015 Commencement Speaker Campaign: In a Nutshell

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by: Ruqaiyah Shehabuddin Rutgers’ 2015 keynote commencement speaker will not be announced until after the Board of Governors convenes in Newark on Thursday, April 2, New Brunswick Today reported, earlier this month.  The article… Continue reading

Forget March: This Year, Rutgers Experienced Madness in January

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by Scott Logan While March Madness is taking the nation by storm right now, the highlight of Rutgers men’s basketball season took place back in January. The season may be over for the… Continue reading

Cesar Chavez Movie Night Scheduled for Tuesday

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by Scott Logan In honor of Cesar Chavez Day, a screening of the 2014 biopic “Cesar Chavez” will be held on Tuesday at 6p.m. at the Crossroads Theatre. Since New Brunswick is home… Continue reading

Does Rutgers Do Enough When It Comes To Informing Students On Student Deaths?

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By: Catherine Owusu With the passing of Rutgers freshman, Patrick Awosogba, there have now been a total of 10 student deaths at Rutgers University. To alert students of these deaths, the university sends… Continue reading

Taking Out The Trash

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By: Kyle Booth Each American on average produces 4.38 pounds of trash each day. The City of New Brunswick has 55,831 residents. That means that New Brunswick produces almost a quarter of a… Continue reading

New Brunswick’s 2014 Assault Increase Has Off-Campus Students Nervous

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By: Dan Kilkenny Aggravated assaults and assaults with weapons increased 47 percent in New Brunswick during 2014, according to New Jersey State Police crime statistics, and it has Rutgers students living off campus… Continue reading

Elijah’s Promise Works Overtime This Winter to Keep Residents Fed and Warm

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By: Katie Ghilino With more than 30 Code Blues being called in New Jersey this winter, warming centers and kitchens such as Elijah’s promise in New Brunswick, are seeing an influx of homeless… Continue reading

OPINION: Brian Williams Affair is a Teachable Moment

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By Jerome Aumente Distinguished Professor Emeritus in the Rutgers School of Communication and Information Brian Williams, who has fallen from his lofty perch at NBC Nightly News as the nation’s most watched news… Continue reading

Rutgers Brass Faculty Recital This Sunday

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By Scott Neaves Alan Baer and Aaron VanderWeele will be performing a faculty music recital at 7 p.m. this Sunday at the Mason Gross School of Arts on the Rutgers University campus. This… Continue reading

Show Support for RU Women’s Basketball

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Photo by http://www.fullcourt.com By Scott Neaves The Rutgers women’s basketball team has had a great season thus far.  They are currently ranked 19th in the country, and if they keep playing the way… Continue reading