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Over the weekend, a car chase took place in New Brunswick, cutting through Easton Avenue, according to TAPinto.Nicholas Visco allegedly stole a yellow cab from the taxi stand on Somerset Street, according to the site. The vehicle was running and left unattended at the time it was stolen.Visco drove the vehicle onto Easton Avenue toward Franklin Township, where police saw the cab and attempted to pull him over.
On Tuesday, Dylan Marek, the vice president of the Rutgers Conservative Union, posted a picture of a flyer into several Rutgers University graduating class Facebook pages.
The sixth annual canoe races took place Feb. 24, bringing a lot of soaking cardboard and wet students.The event is the cumulative event of Engineers Week, a week-long national celebration of engineering at Rutgers, said a first-year School of Engineering student and Engineers Week chair Priti Kantesaria.The theme of this year’s event is “Dream Big,” she said.“It’s about, you know, doing things bigger, doing things better.
Rutgers Honors College students have reportedly been without warm water in their buildings for at least two weeks.While the situation has improved over the last two days, many students are still showering with cold or lukewarm water, said School of Arts and Sciences first-year Ankush De.John F.
Dr. Marc Lamont Hill visited Rutgers as part of "Access Week" to discuss the role of diversity in a university setting.
About 59 percent of eligible voters between the ages of 18 and 24 voted in the 2016 national election, according to Statistic Brain. One School of Arts and Sciences junior hopes to change this statistic by implementing a University holiday for national election day.Christopher Markosian, a School of Arts and Sciences Senate leader at-large, said he believes there are many reasons individuals between 18 and 24 did not vote in this past election, including time constraints, voting in inconvenient polling places and being out of town. “All of these reasons apply to University students who, at the time of election, most likely do not reside at their permanent home addresses,” he said.In order to fix this issue, Markosian and School of Arts and Sciences sophomore and Senate Leader Julie Serrano proposed an amendment to the University academic calendar to designate any election day as a University holiday, with no classes held that day, Markosian said.He said the cancellation of classes would encourage students to vote and emphasize the importance of election day.“Members of the Rutgers community would be able to act and reflect on the importance of voting, allowing for a larger voter turnout among the population," he said.
Discussing topics ranging from U.S. Census forms to Colin Kaepernick and the Black Lives Matter movement, W.
It is something every Rutgers student desires, yet very few actually achieve — the No.1 lottery number in the annual housing lottery.Despite the rarity of receiving the first spot, many students still yearn for it every year.
Rutgers University has been on a wild goose chase and it appears administrators have finally found a solution — Border Collies.Rutgers Facility Operations & Services announced in an email that due to a recent infestation of geese around the Nichols and Richardson residence halls on Busch campus, they will utilize Border Collies to chase away geese.The company Geese Rangers will visit the campus twice a day to allow the dogs to chase away geese, according to the email. “Geese Rangers will ‘flag’ out all nest locations and provide addling of eggs," according to the Geese Rangers website.The procedure is environmentally friendly and uses harassment techniques to patrol the land for the purpose of chasing Canadian geese, according to the site.“There are a lot (of geese on campus) but I didn't mind them to be honest ... there would be a lot of geese poop on the sidewalks that would mysteriously disappear the next day,” said Amanda Lin, a School of Arts and Sciences junior and Nichols resident.She said she loves dogs, and as long as the geese do not get hurt, she does not mind their presence on campus.“I face the big patch of grass so my commute back to my dorm is always greeted by geese and the street next to me that leads to (Busch Lab Center) almost always has geese in the way,” she said.
The Rutgers women’s basketball team will host a bone marrow drive on Sunday to show support for a Rutgers alumna who is fighting cancer.The drive will operate from 1:30 to 4 p.m.
Today, unions representing thousands of Rutgers employees filed charges with the Department of Labor (DOL), accusing the University of withholding an estimated 500,000 dollars in wages and violating federal hour and wage laws.
A Rutgers University Companion Animals service dog who was found injured after going missing more than 72 hours ago is currently being treated at an emergency veterinarian hospital. The dog, Moe, went missing from his foster’s apartment near Richardson Street and Huntington Street in the early morning on Jan.
A Rutgers bus crashed on Sunday night, knocking over a light pole and bench outside of the Livingston Student Center. School of Arts and Sciences sophomore Tyler Janssen said the Weekend 2 bus was out of service when the crash occurred.
While many of the Rutgers faculty care greatly for their students, Jeffrey Broggi plans to take that dedication to a new level by running 48.6 miles to raise funds for two community causes.
Every two minutes, a child is diagnosed with a form of cancer.
In celebration of 60 years at Rutgers University, the Jewish fraternity Alpha Epsilon Pi gathered with alumni to connect and share stories earlier this month.
International Giving Day began when the clock struck midnight on Nov. 29. And at Rutgers, the spirit of generosity was alive as well, with a University goal of raising more than $1 million and increasing alumni donations during the second annual Rutgers Giving Day.
More than 80 members of the Brower Dining Commons staff signed a petition in hopes of preventing a beloved manager of the facility from being transferred.
While the country anxiously awaited the decision of the next President, Rutgers students gathered in the College Avenue Student Center for politically themed games, food and to watch history happen.
As of 2012, 71 percent of students graduating from a four-year college had some form of student debt.