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Coronavirus drive-through testing site to open in Middlesex County near Livingston Campus

(03/31/20 11:25pm)

In partnership with the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC), officials in Middlesex County are opening a drive-through coronavirus disease (COVID-19) testing site on Wednesday minutes away from Livingston Campus, according to a press release. The site will be located at the New Jersey MVC Kilmer Vehicle Inspection Center at 33 Kilmer Road in Edison.





NJ issues restrictions to prevent drugs shortages of potential coronavirus treatments

(03/31/20 11:25pm)

New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal and the Division of Consumer Affairs issued an Administrative Order yesterday, restricting the prescription and dispense disbursement of medications that may be a potential treatment for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), according to a press release. This was done to address concerns for a possible shortage of these medications.




Rutgers secures commitment from 4-star prospect Cliff Omoruyi

(04/01/20 1:25am)

Although the Rutgers men's basketball team was denied its expected entry into the NCAA Tournament, fans were cut a break on Sunday when four-star prospect, 6-foot-10-inch center Cliff Omoruyi announced on Twitter that he was committing to play on the Banks. Omoruyi is one of the most noteworthy recruits for head coach Steve Pikiell and presents an opportunity for the Scarlet Knights to build off of one of their best seasons in years.






Mason Gross students weigh in on classes moving online

(03/31/20 4:00am)

Recently, Rutgers — alongside many universities — have shuttered operations for in-person classes and have transitioned online. The transition has been smooth within some majors, but not as smooth with others. I’ll be looking at the transition from in-person classes to online spaces by the hardest hit — Mason Gross School of the Arts students.


Rutgers student working with NASA on research of red algae, how it explains life on Earth

(03/30/20 8:53pm)

Julia Van Etten, a doctoral candidate in the Graduate Program in Ecology and Evolution, is currently working with NASA on a research project that investigates how red algae can help explain early life on Earth. Van Etten works closely with her advisor, Dr. Debashish Bhattacharya, distinguished professor in the Department of Biochemistry and Microbiology, and his team.