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Shooting reported on Hamilton

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A shooting was reported this morning (Saturday) on Hamilton Street near the intersection with Guilden Street, near the College Avenue Campus. According to an alert issued by Rutgers Police, a group was walking… Continue reading

Child Injured on Throop

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From New Brunswick Patch: A 5-year-old New Brunswick boy is in critical condition after he was struck by a vehicle while riding his scooter Tuesday evening. See Patch for more information.  

City Man Charged with Sexual Assault

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A New Brunswick man has been charged with sexual assault of a young girl in Boyd Park, according to NJ.com. Carlos Ocon, 61, was charged Saturday with two counts of aggravated assault and… Continue reading

Rutgers rises in rankings

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An international ranking group says Rutgers University is among the world’s top universities, according to Rutgers Today: Rutgers University-New Brunswick  has been ranked 33rd among the world’s top 1,000 universities this year by… Continue reading

Redevelopment Coming to Ferren Mall

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According to The Wall Street Journal: The now-empty, 4-acre Ferren Mall site will soon be torn down to make way for a mixed-use complex costing between $750 million and $1 billion that is… Continue reading

Student Thoughts on Paying Premium Tickets for Rutgers Graduation

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By Jenny Kim Premium tickets are now available for students to purchase for the 248th Rutgers University commencement. For an additional $39.95, families of the upcoming graduates can view commencement from a climate… Continue reading

Rutgers Future Scholars Committee

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Video produced by RaritanRiverReview Staff Jenny Kim & Briana Supardi

Study Abroad in Peru

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by Nicole Murray The Rutgers Spanish Department offers a study abroad program that gives students the opportunity to travel to Peru for 5 weeks and experience the country as a native resident. The… Continue reading

RU Connecting the DOTS?

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by: Dominique Ellison   As a way to expose students to healthier lifestyles, Rutgers Student Life has partnered with Rutgers University Department of Transportation Services (RUDOTS) to bring a month-long series of transportation… Continue reading

Meditation and Mindfulness for Students and Staff at Rutgers

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by Janine Warner Dr. Siobhan Gibbons says all are welcome to participate in her Mindfulness Meditation sessions. No previous experience is required. Gibbons is a staff psychologist for Rutgers University’s Counseling, Alcohol and… Continue reading