NURSING SCHOOL MERGER
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NURSING SCHOOL MERGER
Dean Glenn Shafer of the Rutgers Business Schools in Newark and New Brunswick believes his faculty is united — yet in an informal survey initiated and distributed by a handful of professors, 36 out of the 49 respondents said they do not approve of the dean’s performance.
With the deadline to apply for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act soon approaching this Friday, the Obama administration said it would extend the deadline for those who faced technical issues with the federal exchange, according to The New York Times.
NEWARK, N.J. - Actionable, achievable and measurable. These are three terms Rutgers President Robert L. Barchi used to describe the University's strategic plan, which the Board of Governors approved moments ago at the Paul Robeson Campus Center in Rutgers-Newark.
Hurricane Sandy’s one-year anniversary brought more scrutiny upon federal agencies and Gov. Chris Christie’s administration for the lack of funds distributed to New Jersey residents to rebuild after the destruction caused by the hurricane.
Most of the time, I swipe away breaking news alerts without an afterthought, but Thursday evening, a sharp pang of sorrow shot through me when I read about Nelson Mandela’s death.
Known as the icon against apartheid, South Africa’s first black President Nelson Mandela died yesterday, according to the South African government, sending strong shockwaves around the world.
In the immediate aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, Rutgers evacuated more than 6,000 students from Cook, Douglass and the College Avenue campuses.
On Oct. 6, Students for Justice in Palestine distributed more than 850 mock eviction notices across residence halls across the different Rutgers-New Brunswick campuses.
Sixty-one percent of New Jerseyans voted to raise the minimum wage yesterday from $7.25 to $8.25, according to The Associated Press.
Eighty-three percent of state residents of all political affiliations support paid sick day policies, according to a report from The Center for Women and Work at Rutgers.
The shore is no longer a setting for books like Ernest Hemingway’s “The Old Man and the Sea,” where a fisherman battles a large marlin. Rather, TV shows like “Jersey Shore” have contributed to the image of the beach as a popular recreational space.
The aftermath of Hurricane Sandy boosted Gov. Chris Christie’s political career, as his approval rating hit 72 percent, according to a Quinnipiac Poll in the days following the storm.
In the days leading up to Oct. 29, 2012, dark gray skies loomed over rustling trees and fluttering leaves on the Rutgers-New Brunswick campus as wind picked up speed.
The sound of the ocean breezes through empty lots, where houses once lay in the borough of Union Beach, N.J. Rubble and flat land occupy spaces between rows of houses. Some streets have a few houses placed on cribbing.
State Climatologist David Robinson believes New Jersey’s climate is changing. He said the last few decades in New Jersey have been the warmest, and the state is getting wetter, with heavy rainfall events increasing in number.
Hurricane Sandy forced the Rutgers-New Brunswick campus to shutdown for one week. More than 6,000 Students had to be evacuated from Cook, Douglass and College Avenue campuses’ residential areas to Busch and Livingston campuses, as they did not use New Brunswick’s water.
Right on the shoreline in Union Beach is an empty space with a sign that reads, “Jakeabob’s Bay insured by Lloyds of London for $1.2 million. Offered $9,657.14, Deductible $10,000.00. Thanks for nothing!”
Students have filed complaints with Rutgers’ Bias Prevention Education Committee against Students for Justice in Palestine’s mock eviction notices that were posted Sunday in residence halls across the New Brunswick campus.
Faculty members of the Organizing and Communications Committee along with other graduate faculty of the New Brunswick campus pressed and won a resolution against an online course contract yesterday morning at the Waksman Auditorium on Busch campus.