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In what sounds like an adult version of “Jack and the Beanstalk,” I tried magic sauce. Predictably, I didn’t wind up the owner of a massive plant splintering the sidewalk. Instead, I wound up face-to-face with a computer that knew more about me than some of my friends did.
On the 14th anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001, New Jersey will remember “Dust Lady” Marcy Borders, the Bayonne native who was caught on camera exiting the World Trade Center’s South Tower coated in a layer of gray dust.
Maybe it sounds obvious, but if you have the option to choose between eating food or not eating food, you should always choose to eat food.
In an hour, students donning paint-splattered jeans walked sprightly downtown despite lugging large portfolio bags. Harried-looking businessmen strode importantly down the gum-spotted sidewalk. A serious-faced deliveryman stared absentmindedly out the window of his white grocery van, waiting for the light to turn green. In the background, the theme from “The Pink Panther” played.
In the WordPress community, Susanne Friedrich occupies her own space.
The Iran nuclear deal, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie adamantly argued at a press conference Tuesday morning, is a bad negotiation, and a hallmark of President Obama’s desire to crystallize his legacy instead of acting in the best interest of the United States.
With final approval from the American Bar Association, Rutgers introduced Rutgers Law School yesterday, a single academic unit with locations in Newark and Camden that was born out of the merger between independent schools in each city.
In the wake of controversy from the Rutgers University Student Assembly’s recent bill that suggested the school adopt additional mascots that could be black, Hispanic, Asian-American, female or third gender in addition to the existing Caucasian Scarlet Knight, a student who scorned the bill started a petition yesterday to protest adding more mascots.
Preceded by the University of Texas, Arizona State and New York University, Rutgers ranked 33rd out of 50 schools for the fastest growth of “sugar babies.”
A student that was sexually assaulted twice in a year by a former boyfriend is voicing disbelief after The University’s Office of Student Conduct chose to suspend her perpetrator instead of expelling him.
A party ban enforced by Rutgers’ Office of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs in early April threw members of the University’s greek community into an uproar shortly following the sanction.
As the Rutgers network continues to be hindered by technical difficulties causing severely slowed or completely disconnected Internet access, Rutgers-Newark Chancellor Nancy Cantor and Provost Todd Clear issued an email to the Newark student body yesterday evening explaining how further network troubles would impact upcoming final exams.
Since the initial adoption of the Scarlet Knight mascot in 1955 and its several transformations in the succeeding decades, the mascot has stormed fields, courts and countless parades sporting largely Caucasian features. A recent student government bill is looking to diversify the Scarlet Knight by adding a couple of mascot friends, but questions linger in the air about student, staff and alumni responses.
Rutgers student Marisa Eve Girawong, 28, of Edison, was killed on Mount Everest by an avalanche prompted by the powerful earthquake that shook Nepal on Saturday, killing more than 2,400 people.
When it comes to perceptions of hiring women in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math, the perceived general consensus is that women take a back seat compared to their equally qualified male counterparts.
Gunshots fired outside of Glo Ultra Lounge and Tequila Bar called the attention of New Brunswick Police Department officers around 1:35 a.m. yesterday, according to police. There is no suspect description at this time.
As the school year winds down and sidewalk curbs all over New Brunswick become inundated with discarded mattresses and tired-looking couches bound for landfills, Rutgers is partnering with the City of New Brunswick to recycle bulk waste in an effort to reduce the city’s carbon footprint.
When the doors swing open tonight at the College Avenue Gymnasium and thousands of students flood the floors to hear Canadian DJ Alain Macklovitch, more popularly known as A-Trak, he will be preceded by three DJs responsible for hyping up the crowd before the main performance.
A fire caused by a bathroom ceiling fan erupted in a 50 Union St. apartment unit last night, said Tom Dobkowski, deputy chief of the New Brunswick Fire Department. No injuries were reported.