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Ghostly Hauntings in Hub City

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By Samantha York NEW BRUNSWICK – Under the eerie glow of the harvest moon, spirits roam the narrow streets of Hub City. Listening to the breeze rustle through the trees beyond the Rutgers… Continue reading

Uncertainty for New Brunswick Commuters after attacks – Jennifer Marin

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Police activity has increased following recent bomb related incidents in New Jersey and New York- Picture taken Jennifer Marin. New Brunswick, NJ – The idea of a bomb going off at or near… Continue reading

Rutgers Professor who Debunked Five Second Rule Learned By Teaching Students

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by Noa Halff   The Rutgers professor who recently debunked the “five second rule”, learned from his students by guiding and teaching them through his research process. Schnaffner worked with Robyn Miranda, a… Continue reading

Rutgers Football: Fans and Players Excited for Challenge Against No. 4 Michigan

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Rutgers football will be under the lights at home on Saturday against no. 4 Michigan in a game that fans and players have had circled on their calendars since the schedule was released.… Continue reading

Bob Denson’s Blues Headlines at the 36th Annual Raritan River Festival This Weekend

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  By Ben Sobsey Bob Denson’s Blues, a regular at the Old Bay Restaurant, will take their roots-inspired music outside Sunday when they headline the 36th Annual Raritan River Festival in New Brunswick.… Continue reading

A DOCUMENTARY ON ELIJAH’S PROMISE: The Food Alliance

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By Nick Kosko and Jessica Eletto

Local Democrat Supporters Divided Between Clinton, Sanders

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By Nick Kosko With the 2016 presidential election fast approaching, the Republican and Democratic parties are narrowing down their choices for their nominees. The Democrats have narrowed their choice down to Hillary Clinton… Continue reading

Rutgers Students Meet Ash, Hobbs to Discuss New Direction for Athletics

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By Nick Kosko New Athletic Director Pat Hobbs and Football Head Coach Chris Ash offered a chance for students to sit down at an event at the Student Activities Center to hear what… Continue reading

Motion to Pass Alcohol Sales in Rutgers Stadiums

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By: Jaclyn Louie For ages, there’s been a seamless marriage between alcohol and sporting events. But the only place students and fans could find beer before a game at Rutgers is a parking… Continue reading

A documentary on Elijah’s Promise: New brunswick’s famous soup kitchen

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Video by: Kinjal Patel