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The New Year's Eve Ball sits atop One Times Square covered in 2,688 Waterford Crystal triangles featuring this year's "Gift of Serenity" design. At 6 p.m. on Dec. 31, the 11,875-pound ball will be raised to the top of the 130-foot flagpole and at 11:59 p.m. begins its 60 second descent.
Co-organizers of Times Square New Year's Eve along with special guest Tarana Burke (center-left), founder of the "Me Too" movement, flipped the giant Philips Lighting switch that lit and sent up the iconic ball during its final preparations on Dec. 30.
In accordance with an official memorandum signed on Nov. 13, the Rutgers chapter of Sigma Chi is no longer authorized to display the organization's letters or operate out of the fraternity house on Hardenberg Street.
Paras Jha, a former Rutgers student, was behind the 2014 DDoS attack on the University that disrupted web services and shut down certain networks. On top of confinement and payments, Jha was also sentenced to 2,500 hours of community service.
Gov. Chris Christie joins President Barchi in announcing that Rutgers will host the nation's first ever apprenticeship program for Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselors. The program will consist of 270 hours of free classroom instruction at Rutgers and 3,100 hours of supervised, paid on-the-job training with a participating healthcare employer.