A Tale of Two Brotherhoods

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An inside look at two differing fraternity experiences at Rutgers University. By Monica Sainz “I joined because I was bored that semester. I knew the president at that time because he went to… Continue reading

Rutgers University prepares for their yearly October scare “Halloweekend” – by Jennifer Marin

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Picture Credits: Jennifer Marin   The malevolent clown scare across America may be on many people’s minds heading into Halloween, but Rutgers’s main concern is protecting students from themselves. Every year on Halloween… Continue reading

RUPA Presents “Before I Die” and “I Say NO MORE” Walls

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By Monica Sainz “Before I die I want to make a change.” The Rutgers University Programming Association (RUPA) has kicked off the Rutgers Traditional Art Installation. From Oct. 3 through the seventh at… Continue reading

Rutgers Yard Offers New Dining Option

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By Julia Motis and Tejal Sarbaugh New Brunswick – The Rutgers Yard, a new dorm and retail space located on the corner of College Avenue and Hamilton Street, opened this Fall to the… Continue reading

RU Hungry Finds a Permanent Home

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By Julia Motis and Tejal Sarbaugh New Brunswick — The RU Hungry truck is setting up shop in the new Rutgers Yard located at the corner of College Avenue and Hamilton Street, and… Continue reading

Starbucks truck at Rutgers, one out of six in the country

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The Rutgers Dining Services debuted the first Starbucks truck at Rutgers University on September 5th. Only one out of six in the country, the truck travels to College Avenue on Mondays and Fridays,… Continue reading

It Ain’t Over For Wings Over

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Monica Sainz Wings Over Rutgers is back in business after nearly eight months out of commission. A kitchen fire in December left the Easton Avenue wing shop nearly destroyed, calling for repairs that… Continue reading

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