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The planned taco truck will alternate between campuses and join a cafe in the west wing of the Rutgers Academic Building as new meal-swipe options on the College Avenue campus.
Rutgers policy requires the Rutgers University Police Department (RUPD) to inform Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) of any person arrested for a serious crime, such as DUI, found in connection with immigration issues, RUPD said in an email.
The letter was addressed to Betsy DeVos, United States Secretary of Education, and asked her to oppose the proposed changes made in the Title IX memo. It asked her to advocate for an interpretation of the title that fully protects the rights of transgender people.
Yesterday, University President Robert L. Barchi emailed members of the community, urging them to vote in the coming 2018 midterm election on Nov. 6. He listed places on campus where students and faculty who are registered in New Brunswick and Piscataway can vote.
Rutgers and Princeton have collaborated on projects in the past such as the Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey, which has made strides in the areas of precision medicine and immunotherapy.
Aminé started his music career in 2014 with the release of his debut mixtape, “Odyssey to Me.” The rapper made waves with his 2017 chart-topping single, “Caroline” and will be performing at this year’s Beats on the Banks on Nov. 2 in the College Avenue Gymnasium.
Rapper, singer and songwriter A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie will perform at Rutgers on Oct. 12 for MidKnight Madness 2018. The event is hosted by Rutgers Athletics and tickets are free to undergraduates at Rutgers—New Brunswick.
Thirty-six-year-old David Stewart has been charged with vehicular homicide in the third degree for being under the influence of marijuana when he fatally struck 19-year-old Cory Aufiero, a Rutgers Business School sophomore, on George Street on Sept. 28.
While he has not publicly commented on the bill during its time in the state legislature, Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) campaigned in support of measures that further support the state’s undocumented community.