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University affiliates and state residents clustered the sidewalks along College Avenue, Bartlett and Sicard Street last night waiting to watch former President Bill Clinton publicly endorse Gov. Jon S. Corzine for re-election.
While hundreds of students lined up on College Avenue to attend the rally featuring President Bill Clinton and Gov. Jon S. Corzine yesterday, the College Republicans stood across the street in front of Brower Commons chanting and holding signs protesting the event.
Clarification: Because the risk to infants is so great, among the first to receive the vaccine are those caring for infants less than 6 months old. Faculty, staff, and students who live with or provide care for an infant can receive the nasal spray today.
The Rutgers Future Scholars T-Shirt Design Challenge dared participants to "dream, believe and succeed," as displayed on one of the winning shirts on sale starting this month at the Rutgers Bookstore in Ferren Mall in New Brunswick.
With just two weeks left until the gubernatorial election, the Democratic Party has ramped up endorsements for the re-election of Gov. Jon S. Corzine with appearances from prominent Democrats including President Barack Obama, Former President Bill Clinton and Vice President Joe Biden all throughout the state.
At the second New Jersey gubernatorial debate, the three candidates may all have agreed that Bruce Springsteen is their favorite N.J. rocker and that the New York Giants — which they agreed should be from the state — are better than the Philadelphia Eagles.
In the event of medical leave due to serious chronic illnesses, many students are left without health insurance. But a new federal law allows full-time college students to remain on their parents' health insurance plans in the event of medical leave.
With the merging of the undergraduate schools into the School of Arts and Sciences, a few changes are being made to the 2011 University commencement.
"Sexiling" and having sex while your roommate is present in your room in residence halls was formally banned at Tufts University.
With not enough funds to meet the 20 percent increase in financial aid applicants the University saw this year, undergraduate admissions is looking to increase the number of out-of state and international students to generate more revenue.