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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. 

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.

Helene White, a professor in the Department of Sociology, said that in a recent poll more than 60 percent of Americans were found to favor legalization of marijuana and more than half of the population thinks that alcohol is more harmful than cannabis.

Using a Vegawatt generator, a modified diesel engine that runs on old vegetable oil, Rutgers Dining Services supplies some of the energy that powers the steam and electricity in its building from excess oils collected through leftover dinning hall food.  

Some patients recovering from opioid addiction have shown positive results to drugs like Buprenorphine, alongside therapy and counseling. Accepted fellows will learn best practices to treat these patients, and will take a step toward being able to prescribe Buprenorphine.

With a $5 million grant from Congress appropriators, students across the country and at Rutgers marched on Capitol Hill this Wednesday in support of open source textbooks that help offset the cost of traditional learning materials.

All Rutgers students, faculty and staff now have access to The Wall Street Journal's online site, the WSJ mobile app, curated newsletters and WSJ+, an exclusive experience with access to special events, discounts and travel destinations. 

When used in a poorly ventilated space, hookah smoke has been found to increase the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning. This is also affected by the size of the room and number of people smoking.

Currently, all students are required to take PARCC tests from grades 3 to 11. These include a math and English or language arts exam with the intent of helping students become college and career ready.

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