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Motor Vehicle Commission offers option to change gender identification on licenses

(02/14/20 5:01am)

Sue Fulton, the chief administrator of the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (NJMVC), announced on Thursday that customers will now be able to change the gender designation on their New Jersey driver’s license or other identification card without a doctor’s note, according to a press release from the NJMVC.

Former Rutgers union president to serve four years in prison for stealing union funds

(02/12/20 5:05am)

Former President and Treasurer of a Rutgers University union Shelby Hyman was sentenced to four years in prison on Monday, according to an article on My Central Jersey. She will also have to pay restitution for stealing $176,000 in union funds over a seven-year period. 

Former Rutgers employee sues for exposure to hazardous chemicals

(02/12/20 5:07am)

Jacob Moskowitz, a former employee in the Rutgers Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, has filed a lawsuit against the University, saying he was knowingly exposed to hazardous chemicals, according to an article from NJ Advance Media. This exposure caused him to have two major seizures and to develop extreme anxiety.

Rep. Tlaib, other speakers come to Rutgers for Muslims for Peace event

(02/10/20 5:03am)

Muslims for Peace held its 14th Annual Interfaith Prophet Muhammad Conference at Rutgers student center on Busch campus on Sunday. The conference included a number of speakers, including Palestinian-American Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.), who spoke on migrants, asylum seekers and refugees in the United States.

Rutgers expert discusses increased risk to carbon monoxide poison in winter, when traveling

(02/04/20 5:01am)

With the recent hospitalization of 25 people due to carbon monoxide poisoning in Idaho, Rutgers experts have discussed how the risk for carbon monoxide poisoning has increased during the winter and when traveling, according to an article on Rutgers Today.