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A protestor at the Dec. 5 march carries a banner on Route 18 to demonstrate his opposition against police brutality, an issue that sparked nationwide fury after the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner in two separate cases in Ferguson and New York, respectively.

Protestors demonstrate their anger with the Ferguson and Staten Island verdicts.

Police and civilian cars idle in the middle of Albany Street in New Brunswick the evening of Dec. 5, where protesters marched throughout the city and took to occupy Route 18 and 27, temporarily shutting down traffic. 

Martin Bunzl, a professor in the Department of Philosophy, speaks about the landscape of climate change politics yesterday evening at the Eagleton Institute of Politics on Douglass campus.

Wendy Belcher, African literature professor at Princeton University, explains early Ethiopian homosexuality at the Comparative Literature Office Building on the College Avenue campus.

Redshirt freshman 141-pounder Anthony Ashnault collects three backs points as time expires after a last minute takedown. Ashnault earned a 10-7 decision over ranked Jamel Hudson after coming back in the third period.

Edward Ramsamy, associate professor in the Department of Africana Studies, presents at “An African Movie and Dialogue Screening of: Miners Shot Down” yesterday at Hickman Hall on Douglass campus.

Edward Ramsamy, associate professor in the Department of Africana Studies, presents at “An African Movie and Dialogue Screening of: Miners Shot Down” yesterday at Hickman Hall on Douglass campus.

Students create arts and crafts masterpieces using duct tape at Rutgers University Programming Association’s “Duct Tape Art” event held at the Livingston Student Center.

Students create arts and crafts masterpieces using duct tape at Rutgers University Programming Association’s “Duct Tape Art” event held at the Livingston Student Center.

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