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Rutgers Students Get the Scoop from a Music Journalist

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Jenn Pelly talks the ins and outs of music journalism by Michelle Kim New York native, Jenn Pelly, 25, has been a full-time staff editor at Pitchfork since 2011. She began to freelance,… Continue reading

Destiny’s Bridge Puts Homelessness on Agenda at Rutgers

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by Nicole Murray Minister Steve Brigham has been fighting for the poor to have affordable housing for over a decade. “In America, there is class discrimination against the poor,” said Brigham, Tent City… Continue reading

Students Protest Rice Speech with Takeover of Barchi Office

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by Molly O’Brien Students and members of the Tent State movement are currently occupying President Barchi‚Äôs office at Rutgers University campus in protest of former Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice coming to town… Continue reading

Opinion: Diverse University or Not

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Crossposted from RU Uncapped. By Nadirah Simmons For a university that prides itself on the diversity of its students, this diversity does not apply to Greek life. A Construction Management Association Inc. sign… Continue reading

Opinion: The Julie Herman Controversy is All About the Context

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Crossposted from Hub City Forum, a Raritan River Review blog. By Ariana Cerminaro By now, most people have heard about the latest media firestorm involving Rutgers athletic director Julie Hermann, as it has… Continue reading

Opinion: Julie Hermann “Controversy” Blown Out of Proportion

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Crossposted from Hub City Forum, a Raritan River Review blog. By Nadirah Simmons Yet another Rutgers fiasco. If you do not know what is going on with Rutgers Athletic Director Julie Hermann, she… Continue reading

S.H.A.D.E.S. Theater Helps to Spread Knowledge

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by Nicole Murray Students do not always come into college knowing everything that they were taught in health class. Parents do not always sit down and tell their kids, for example, about sex,… Continue reading

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