Cultural Dance team Rutgers Natya Wins national title

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By: Kinjal Patel The Rutgers community may pride itself on diversity, but lacks highlight on the successes of cultural groups like Rutgers Natya. Rutgers Natya, an Indian classical dance team, won the national… Continue reading

New Brunswick Sees Additions of Fresh, Affordable Food Options

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By Julie Tsirkin NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ- A once stagnant area when it came to restaurants and quick food spots, New Brunswick has elevated its food standard to bring better options to its inhabitants… Continue reading

Rutgers University students facing parking backlash in ‘Hub City’

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By: Julie Tsirkin Hundreds of dollars in parking tickets are piling up for Rutgers students and nothing is being done about it. Buildings are erected left and right, projects are planned, and yet… Continue reading

The Aftermath: Milo Yiannopoulos Ensues Protests At Rutgers University

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By: Julie Tsirkin NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ- On Tuesday, February 9th, Milo Yiannopoulos, a viral gay blogger from Britain, made a controversial stop on his “Dirty Faggot” tour at Rutgers University, where hundreds of… Continue reading

It’s becoming an Epidemic, Uber!

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By: Ryan Moran Local taxi drivers say they are having trouble competing with Uber because Uber drivers do not have to meet the stringent requirements set by the city for taxi drivers. “They… Continue reading

Rutgers 2030- Hello Beautiful!

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By: Ryan Moran Rutgers University has some catching up to do when it comes to improving its appearance and infrastructure. With this year being the 250th Anniversary of Rutgers University, the Board of… Continue reading

RUTGERS STUDENT WITH BIPOLAR DISORDER GIVES PERSPECTIVE ON HOW HIS STRUGGLE COULD TRULY BE AIDED

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By: Khaya R. Dillon Nathan is a college student suffering from bipolar disorder, who, due to his condition, struggles with feeling alienated and unwanted by others. Nathan is 26 years old and identifies… Continue reading

Criminals & Tacos: A guide in the practice of giving the benefit of the doubt

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By: Khaya R. Dillon “Criminals and Tacos.” The first time I heard about this controversial restaurant name was when a group of peers brought it up in a journalism class–Media, Movements, and Community… Continue reading

NB crime on the rise?

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By: Mackenzie Deerin and Caroline Merejo   In the city of New Brunswick New Jersey, citizens views of safety, police presence, and discrimination differ depending on the individual’s demographic. It was found that… Continue reading

Rutgers Sorority Formal Recruitment Takes Over College Avenue

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By: Mackenzie Deerin Beginning Jan. 29, the Rutgers College Avenue Campus will have hundreds of female students participating in Panhellenic formal recruitment, and both the potential new members and sorority sisters are filled… Continue reading