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Melissa Hayes

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Center seeks full-time director

Now that the University is under new management, the proposal for a permanent Rutgers University Women's Center will be presented to the administration. ...

Mayor's co. breaks rent law

In a private meeting with the press yesterday, Mayor Jim Cahill announced that he is one of the three partners of Bishop Investors L.L.C., and that the ...

Fraternity regains occupancy

After four months without a house due to fire code violations, the Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity brothers were more than happy to move back in this month. ...

Body discusses cuts

The University Senate heard a report on the University's reaction to Gov. James E. McGreevey's announcement last week for a 5 percent budget cut for all ...

CPR sign-up starts this week

Starting this week, students on campus will be able to sign up for a CPR certification class. "CPR for Family and Friends" will provide 450 students with ...

Some eden passwords unsecure

Students from the School of Engineering who accessed their eden e-mail accounts last week may have received a notice asking them to change their passwords. ...

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Sparks fly as members of the University community discuss Middle East issues at Milledoler Hall on the College Avenue campus Wednesday night after a lecture about Israel.

Jim Davis addresses an audience last night in the Women's Center on the Douglass campus of his three month stay in the MIddle East.

Palestinian supporters rally Wednesday on the steps of Brower Commons on the College Avenue Campus in an effort to educate the University community about the escalating violence in Israel.

People gather on the steps of Brower Commons yesterday, on the College Avenue campus, to hear speakers discuss recent Mideast violence.

Rachel Lichtenfeld, left, a Douglass College first-year student, sits next to Skip Smith, a Rutgers College first-year student, on the north lawn of Old Queens on the College Avenue campus yesterday.

James Pavlin, part-time lecturer at the department of religion, spoke about the Islamic religion at Trayes Hall on the Douglass campus yesterday.

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