Category Archive: New Brunswick

Rutgers student works to protect victims of domestic abuse

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Anyone who’s ever been able to met Brittney has all said the same thing, that there is a rainbow aura that surrounds her. Her smile brightens the room and her laugh is so… Continue reading

2017 Rutgers Athletics Hall of Fame Inductee: Ray Lucas

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Rutgers football fans know that radio analyst Ray Lucas is never at loss for words and is no stranger to the community. However, as the former quarterback stands with pride at the day… Continue reading

Murphy Wins Big

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NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. – It’s the morning after the much anticipated gubernatorial election night and New Jersey has officially switched from Republican hands to Democratic ones with Phil Murphy’s win. Some New Brunswick… Continue reading

The “Hub City” is a Hub of Homelessness

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New Brunswick is a safe haven for Central New Jersey’s homeless population. New Brunswick, New Jersey is a multicultural metropolis that hosts many thriving ethnic communities and thousands of college students at Rutgers… Continue reading

Inside the Big Chill 2017

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On Saturday December 2, Rutgers held its annual Big Chill race. Participants braved the bitter December cold and ran five kilometers. Thousands of toys were donated for children this holiday season. The enormous… Continue reading

From the Football Field to the Classroom: The Sebastian Joseph Story

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Chapter 1: It all dates back to the beginning of the seventh grade for Sebastian Joseph-Day. A year full of the unexpected, the unknown, and a year that changed his life forever, and… Continue reading

The Student Loan Crisis: A College Student’s New Best Friend

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NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. – It is no secret that students are struggling. According to Debt.org, the total U.S. student debt is $1.4 trillion soul-crushing dollars. That’s right, trillion. Another figure the same website… Continue reading

Parking Remains An Issue For Rutgers University Students

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  New Brunswick, New Jersey — Rutgers University parking and transportation structures do not fare well for students in comparison to other academic institutions.   “Let’s just say that the parking and transportation… Continue reading

Humans of Rutgers University: Staff Edition

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Newark Man Charged in Murder of Hakim Williams

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Local authorities have announced the arrest of a Newark man allegedly involved in a New Brunswick shooting last month Rayshawn Riddick, 31, has been charged in the August 18 murder of Hakim Williams.… Continue reading