According to research conducted by the Rutgers Center for State Health Policy, over a million New Jerseyans have been under a "great deal" of stress within the last month. This statistic was driven primarily by health issues and financial instability.
The United States government released previously protected documents detailing the assassination of former President John F. Kennedy.
In order to combat the opioid epidemic, New Jersey law enforcement is training officers to use Narcan, a drug that is typically administered to offset the depressive effects of Heroin. This year New Brunswick police administered 95 doses of Narcan.
A steady rise in temperatures across land and sea predicts an unusually warm winter this year. New Jersey has equal chances for temperatures above and below the average, prompting students to anticipate irregular weather on their daily commute.
In response to a bill that could potentially cut $3.3 billion from the federal Pell Grant Program, the New Jersey Public Interest Research Group has launched a campaign to encourage Rutgers students to stand in support of the program. Starting on Oct. 30, the campus will take part in National Pell Week of Action.
Rutgers professors have brought up questions regarding the increased potency of marijuana and the lack of research on its neurological and physical effects.
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Luis Perdomo Cuarteto Johnattan Blake / batería Hans Glawischnig /bajo Luis Perdomo / piano Mark Shim / saxo tenor – wind controller
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Paquito D'Rivera presenta: Homenaje a Chano Pozo Alex Brown /piano Eric Doob / batería Zachary Brown / bajo Pernell Saturnino /percusión Diego Urcola / trompeta Paquito D'Rivera / saxo alto
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Rutgers professors in the Departments of Meteorology and Coastal Sciences said that while hurricane season may cause coastal flooding along the shore, it is unlikely that New Jersey will suffer a direct hit.