Rutgers Student Contracts Meningitis

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By: Akia Thorpe NEW BRUNSWICK – A Rutgers student, currently unnamed, was hospitalized on Friday, March 18 after being diagnosed with bacterial Meningitis. Bacterial meningitis is known to be more severe than viral,… Continue reading

The New Brunswick Free Public Library Inspires Poets with Anthology

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By Samantha York To celebrate National Poetry Month in April, the New Brunswick Free Public Library is offering poets the opportunity to have their poems published in the 18th Annual Poetry Month Anthology.… Continue reading

New Brunswick Residents Amazed After Artie Lange Super Bowl Party

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By Nick Kosko  Comedy star, Artie Lange, made his return to his home state of New Jersey on February 5th and 6th at the Stress Factory Comedy Club. The former Howard Stern Show… Continue reading

Drivers of New Brunswick 5/5

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Part 5/5 What do you love most about what you do?” “Honestly, nothing,” said Rodney Tejaed, a former chef with Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital for 10 years. He began driving a taxi… Continue reading

Drivers of New Brunswick 4/5

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Part4/5 Gabby, a driver with All Brunswick Company, has been in the taxi business for over 10 years. He began driving his cab a couple of years after he got laid off as… Continue reading

Drivers of New Brunswick 3/5

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Part 3/5 Lebanon Maroon has been a taxi driver with All Brunswick and Victory cab for 14 years out of the 25 years he has spent in the United States. He worked in… Continue reading

Drivers of New Brunswick 2/5

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Part 2/5 Shaya Mourod, a taxi driver with the All Brunswick Taxi Company, has been working in New Brunswick for 17 years since coming to the United States from Lebanon. Throughout his time… Continue reading

Drivers of New Brunswick 1/5

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Part1/5) The taxi drivers in New Brunswick contribute so much more than just the occasional rides to and fro. They are an important contributing factor to the well being of the New Brunswick… Continue reading

Rock Band Shy Shape Hits New Brunswick

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By: Kinjal Patel The New Brunswick music scene has been changed by local indie rock band, Shy Shape, with their unique combination of doo-wop and classic rock. With their audience capturing tunes- this… Continue reading

Church Program Gives New Brunswick Children a Place to Go After School

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By: Gabriel Sustick While many students return home after school others will walk down the street to the First Presbyterian Church to the Pilot Me Mentoring Program, which serves as an aftercare program… Continue reading