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 Doctors at Saint Peter's Hospital, located on 254 Easton Ave in New Brunswick, conducted a study where they surveyed South Asians in New Jersey about their opinions toward tuberculosis and whether or not they had been tested for the disease. 

New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker (D) came to Rutgers on Monday and announced plans to extend benefits of the GI bill. He discussed the need for improved educational benefits for veterans returning to school outside of the Veterans House on College Avenue. 

Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh was targeted in a shooting committed Saturday by a gunman who was reportedly known for posting anti-Semitic comments and threats online. The shooting resulted in the deaths of 11 people. Barchi reached out to the Rutgers community with condolences. 

Joyce Leuchten was dismissed from Rutgers when she was in her mid-40s, a week before she was due to graduate, after she reported a professor at the time for sexual misconduct. Thirty-six years later, she has graduated with her master’s degree from the Rutgers School of Social Work. 

The University’s new Learning Center offers students the ability to expand their education beyond the confines of Rutgers, with a video conference center and the flexibility of taking classes offered at other Big Ten schools.

The impact happened on George Street near Albany and Somerset. Authorities said Cory Aufiero, a Rutgers Business School sophomore, lost his footing and stumbled onto the street where he was struck by a vehicle heading west on George Street.

 The Rutgers World trade Center Medical Monitoring and Treatment Program, part of the Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences Institute, sees approximately 1,500 patients every year.

The Air Force Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (AFROTC) house is located in front of Alexander Library on College Avenue. Its cadets juggle everyday student responsibilities along with those that the program requires, such as attending weekly meetings. 

The New Brunswick Police Department has updated a crime alert it issued on Tuesday regarding a robbery that occurred near Campbell Hall and said the incident was “unfounded.” 

Workers from the Business and Auxiliary Services Department are responsible for the disposal of materials and items that are no longer deemed usable from all Rutgers campuses. They handle waste management in a way that is both environmentally friendly and responsible.

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