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Ring in Pan Asian Lunar New Year, year of the crow

To ring in or rather crow in the Lunar New Year of the Rooster the Asian American Culture Center (AACC) is celebrating with their annual Lunar New Year showcase. The event will take place this coming Friday, Feb. 3 at the Busch Student Center beginning at 6:30 p.m. 


Biking culture 'on the Banks' can revitalize your commuter

It is a sunny day in New Brunswick, and you have class soon. You could take the bus or start walking — or you could strap on your helmet and take your bicycle out for a spin on the New Brunswick pavement. Imagine having the wind rushing by your face as you see your fellow classmates squished together like sardines in a can, taking the EE down George Street.


City, University Latino groups celebrate culture

New Brunswick is home to 50,000 residents. The Latino population accounts for 40 percent of the New Brunswick population in comparison to an average of 13 percent in other New Jersey cities, according to the United States Census Bureau.To serve this community, New Brunswick hosts a number of Latino groups to spread their culture and further organizational works promoting issues surrounding education, healthcare, immigration and civil rights for immigrants, said William Ayala, Executive Director of the Latino Health Institute associated with the Latino Leadership Alliance.

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