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Members of the Coalition to Defend the Lincoln Annex School held a march yesterday to speak out against the potential sale of the school to build the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital’s (RWJUH) Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey. The march led to the Rutgers University Board of Governors meeting, where members of the coalition asked the University to reconsider the sale.
Rigoberto González, director of Rutgers University—Newark’s MFA in Creative Writing Program, is the winner of the PEN/Voelcker Award for Poetry in 2020, according to an article from the School of Arts and Sciences—Newark.
Rutgers University—New Brunswick had the second highest number of reported rape cases and domestic violence incidents in 2018 compared to other colleges in New Jersey, according to an article from NJ Advance Media.
The New Brunswick Board of Education is holding an election on April 21. Three candidates, Jerry Mercado, Reginald “Reggie” Parker and Linda “Lindy” Stork, are Rutgers University alumni and running for the Board on a “Students First” platform and advocating for the preservation of the Lincoln Annex School.
A Rutgers study published in the "Journal of Women’s Health" found women with high blood pressure during their first pregnancy are more likely to experience heart attacks or cardiovascular death, according to an article on Rutgers Today.
Members of the Coalition to Defend Lincoln Annex School have continued to organize against Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital’s (RWJUH) plans to build the Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey on the land occupied by the school.
The Rutgers University Student Assembly released its report for the Fall 2019 semester, which highlights the initiatives it worked on as well as some potential plans for spring 2020.
A study conducted by Rutgers researchers found that biases related to gender and different occupations are prevalent in images on various media outlets, according to an article from Rutgers Today.
Kenny Britt, a former Rutgers football player who went on to play in the NFL, was arrested on Saturday in Bayonne, New Jersey, for possession of marijuana less than 50 grams, according to an article from NJ Advance Media.
Parents, activists and other members of the New Brunswick community gathered outside of New Brunswick City Hall on Wednesday to announce the formation of the Coalition to Defend Lincoln Annex School.
A study by Rutgers University, the University of Michigan and Wayne State University found that previous research on the opioid epidemic does not adequately address how to improve resources and treatment for rural communities, according to an article from Rutgers Today.
Jacob Young, a School of Management and Labor Relations junior and guard on the Rutgers men's basketball team, was arrested for driving while intoxicated (DWI) early Sunday morning, according to an article from NJ Advance Media. He was also suspended from playing in Tuesday’s game against Maryland.
Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) announced the creation of a task force to prepare New Jersey for the potential spread of the novel coronavirus, according to a press release.
The mother of Kenneth Patterson, a Rutgers student who became intoxicated at a fraternity party and died after being hit by an Amtrak train while walking home, is filing a wrongful death lawsuit against the University, Rutgers University Police Department (RUPD) and the fraternity, according to an article from USA Today.
Rutgers University Libraries are partnering with Google to provide online access to 190,000 titles as part of the Google Books Library Project, according to an article from Rutgers Today.
This flu season, which began on Oct. 1 2019, is continuing to affect a large number of Americans, according to an article from NJ Advance Media. In New Jersey, approximately 3,600 flu cases have been reported and two children died.
The patient in New Jersey who was being tested for the novel coronavirus has tested negative, according to an article from NJ Advance Media.
The New Jersey Senate and the New Jersey General Assembly passed a joint resolution on Dec. 16 recognizing five students, four of whom are from Rutgers University—Newark, for their significant contributions during their summer internships, according to a press release.
The New Jersey Department of Health is investigating a possible case of the novel coronavirus, according to an article from NJ Advance Media. The unidentified patient is awaiting test results from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and no further details are being provided at this time.
Rutgers University will introduce a new minor in Holocaust studies in the Fall 2020 semester, according to an article on Rutgers Today. The program will be a part of multiple departments, including Jewish Studies, History, Sociology and German.