Rutgers Athletics’ Subsidy Soars Close to 70%

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by Briana Supardi Rutgers University has become the most highly subsidized sports program at a public university in the country, depending on university subsidies for funds, taking it from the school’s academic budget,… Continue reading

New Brunswick Finds a Way to Get Rid of Pesky Potholes

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by Dominique Ellison The city of New Brunswick may have found a solution to ease its pothole issue, with a new app, MapplerK. Recent snowstorms placed a toll on local roads causing water… Continue reading

Rutgers Students: Get Ready to Register for Classes

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by Tia Magenheim Many Rutgers students are unaware that they will be able to register for classes for the Fall 2014 semester on Sunday. Sunday, March 30, at 11 p.m. marks the beginning… Continue reading

Police Charge Men Suspected in Regional Crime Spree

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by Ariana Cerminaro Three men, including one from New Brunswick, face charges in connection with dozens of burglaries and other crimes over a four-month period in Middlesex and Somerset counties, according to law… Continue reading

Welcome new readers

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By Hank Kalet, professor of journalism Welcome new readers. The Raritan River Review is a project of the Rutgers School of Communications and Information. My Hyperlocal Newsroom class is launching the site, which… Continue reading

Drivers who Use New Brunswick Parking Move to the Future

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Drivers who use parking meters on a regular basis in New Brunswick will notice now that a quarter will give you 12 minutes instead of 15. It takes 10 quarters to get two… Continue reading

New Brunswick Man Charged in McCaw Death

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by Nadirah Simmons A New Brunswick man has been charged with the death of former Rutgers student William McCaw, according to law enforcement authorities. Timothy Puskas, 38, was already in police custody on… Continue reading

R.U. Strong? Rutgers Students Compete to Find Out

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by Dylan Saccoccio The athletes of R.U. Strong come in all shapes and sizes. An annual competition of strength and athleticism hosted by Rutgers Recreation, the Feb. 22 even drew hundreds of athletes,… Continue reading

Students Stand Their Ground for Social Justice

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By Nadirah Simmons The trial is over, but the fight is not. Rutgers University students and New Brunswick residents rallied on March 7 to raise awareness about “stand-your-ground” s and other statutes they… Continue reading

Drone Research at Rutgers

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