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New Time Limits Set at City Council Meeting

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by Molly O’Brien Members of the public will be limited to five minutes of speaking time during the public portion of City Council meetings, now that council President Rebecca Escobar plans to enforce… Continue reading

Rutgers Film Students Getting Global Recognition

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Film students at Rutgers University are going beyond the classroom. They are following their passion and, in turn, receiving recognition around the globe.

Rutgers Student Killed in Turnpike

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One Rutgers student was killed and another was injured when they were struck by an oncoming vehicle while changing a tire on the shoulder of the N.J.Turnpike on March 21, according to NewBrunswickToday.com.… Continue reading

The Rice Controversy

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Students Critical of Sandy Evacuations

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The Future of Housing at Rutgers

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by Samantha Snyder  “Livi Apartments”, as the students call the housing complex, is the place on campus most students prefer to live in. Nothing is unobtainable to those students lucky enough to score… Continue reading

Rutgers student Zack Morrison talks about the expansion of the Rutgers film department

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By: Jenny Kim Photo Credit: ZackMorrison.com Zack Morrison was only a sophomore in college when the short comedy film he directed and wrote, “Don’t make me sing,” was featured in France’s Cannes Film… Continue reading

Rutgers Students: Get Ready to Register for Classes

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by Tia Magenheim Many Rutgers students are unaware that they will be able to register for classes for the Fall 2014 semester on Sunday. Sunday, March 30, at 11 p.m. marks the beginning… Continue reading

Welcome new readers

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By Hank Kalet, professor of journalism Welcome new readers. The Raritan River Review is a project of the Rutgers School of Communications and Information. My Hyperlocal Newsroom class is launching the site, which… Continue reading

Drone Research at Rutgers

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