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McCormick opposes furloughing workers at assembly hearing

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.

The Rutgers Glee Club perform at yesterday's Old Queens
Bicentennial on Old Queens campus. Students took turns ringing the
bell 200 times. Contents of a time capsule for the Old Queens
Tricentennial in 2109 included a Twinkie, campus maps, a tuition
bill and books, among other items.

U. celebrates Old Queens bicentennial

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.


Candidate opens up about student issues

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.


Cultural events bedeck College Avenue

New Brunswick was seeing red Saturday as the first-ever Rutgers Day took over the College Avenue campus. Beautiful weather and enthusiastic volunteers created an opportunity for all attendees to show their scarlet pride.


Candidate addresses issues facing students

Steven Lonegan, a Republican gubernatorial candidate and former mayor of Bogota, N.J., discusses some of the major issues with our Associate News Editor Mary Diduch for the upcoming primary election on Tuesday, June 2.

Traffic Expert Frank Miskovich discusses the minimal traffic
increase last night on Jersey Avenue from the facility, which will
be less than 1.5 percent and an average of 117 trucks each day, at
the County District Solid Waste Management Plan public hearing.

Waste system sparks controversy

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.

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