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When Yelena Shvarts, a four-year resident of New Brunswick, found out she was disqualified from running for a position on the Middlesex County Democrat Committee this June, she was confused.
Instead of looking at colleges and filling out applications, two high school juniors have raised $63,000 to help University students pay their tuition bills.
TRENTON — To iron out key issues in Gov. Jon S. Corzine's fiscal year 2010 budget proposal announced in March and to address the rise in number students but lack of funding available to accommodate them, the Assembly Budget Committee met yesterday in the State House Annex in Trenton.
Two hundred years ago, University faculty, administrators and students celebrated the laying of the cornerstone for the Old Queens building on the current-day College Avenue campus — the University's oldest building still in use today by administrators.
Christopher Christie, former U.S. Attorney General for the District of New Jersey and Republican gubernatorial candidate, discusses some of the major issues with our Associate News Editor Mary Diduch for the primary election on Tuesday, June 2.
Cheers such as "Communities unite, take back the night" and "No more silence, no more violence" filled the air as University and local community members marches while holding signs and banners last night in the annual "Take Back the Night."
Last month's approval of a new private waste management system, 986 Jersey Avenue, LLC, by the City of New Brunswick Planning Board ignited controversy at last night's Middlesex County Freeholder public forum.
Since entering office April 1, Tim Pernetti has officially cemented the transition from former vice president of CBS's College Sports Network to the new University's athletic director.
To bring regional energy initiatives to the federal level, academia, government and business united yesterday at the second Energy Security, Innovation and Sustainability Initiative regional summit in the Rutgers Student Center on the College Avenue campus.
The year-round Rutgers Against Hunger initiative that began in November has more ideas in store to help end the plight of hunger in New Jersey.
While many seniors are planning their graduation parties and preparing for post-University life, two students are plunging head-on into the realm of politics.
Major changes to the New Jersey Student Tuition Assistance Reward Scholarships, or the NJ STARS and NJ STARS II programs, last December included increased academic requirements and decreased funding for admitted students.
Despite the rain, thunder and lightning, University students, professors and administrators floated in and out of the tent set up for the English department's "Eve Ate the Apple" public reading of John Milton's epic poem "Paradise Lost."
More than 500 University students gave up their right to sit, shower and sleep from Saturday morning to Sunday evening at the 11th annual Rutgers University Dance Marathon.
Broken seats, unclear chalkboards, dull lighting — this may sound all too familiar to students who have experienced the not-so-pleasant facilities of classrooms, and the University is taking note.
With the snip of a bright red ribbon by University and community officials, the new, three-story Rutgers College of Nursing Building was dedicated yesterday afternoon.
The Montclarion, the weekly newspaper of Montclair State University, filed suit against Montclair State University's Student Government Association when the group refused to release minutes of a closed session meeting upon the paper's request.
College students who qualify for Pell Grant federal aid will now receive even more money under President Barack Obama's budget proposal.
Students will have the opportunity to talk to officials tonight from the University's Department of Transportation Services' annual Transportation Forum about the bus changes for the 2009-2010 school year.