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Student designs 'Killah' T-shirts

After taking a multitude of science classes last year, Michael Rich, a Cook College junior decided a pre-med major was not for him. Following his dreams, Rich decided to launch his own T-shirt company — Killah Dance Squad, along with a close friend from high school.

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New high school to open on schedule

Construction on the new high school for city students is on time, on budget and not expected to be effected by the credit crisis, said Sarah Clarke, the executive vice president of the redeveloper managing the project.

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Big-time sports meet heavy research on Busch

It's home to the second largest stadium in the Garden State and it's only getting bigger. It's arguably the site of the best food and student center at the University. And if the University finds a cure for cancer, it will probably happen at one of the many high-tech laboratories on this campus.

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Candidates collide at final debate

U.S. presidential nominees John McCain and Barack Obama squared off for their third and final debate last night –– the focus of which centered on domestic policy and the current economic crisis.

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Nader preaches message of accountability

As John McCain and Barack Obama came together last night for the final presidential debate, one candidate's presence was absent from the stage. Despite being on the ballot in 45 states, including New Jersey, third party presidential ticket member and consumer rights advocate Ralph Nader was not in attendance.   

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Asian American vote still question mark in election

While students at the Neilson Dining Hall on Douglass campus worked to register voters before the 2008 election voter registration deadline, Professor Jane Junn released her findings on whose votes are missing in this election, at the nearby Eagleton Institute of Politics.

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Asian American vote still question mark in election

While students at the Neilson Dining Hall on Douglass campus worked to register voters before the 2008 election voter registration deadline, Professor Jane Junn released her findings on whose votes are missing in this election, at the nearby Eagleton Institute of Politics.

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Asian American vote still question mark in election

While students at the Neilson Dining Hall on Douglass campus worked to register voters before the 2008 election voter registration deadline, Professor Jane Junn released her findings on whose votes are missing in this election, at the nearby Eagleton Institute of Politics.

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Advocates promote cancer awareness

The second annual Tied to the Cause breast cancer awareness event was held Tuesday at the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

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Asian American vote still question mark in election

While students at the Neilson Dining Hall on Douglass campus worked to register voters before the 2008 election voter registration deadline, Professor Jane Junn released her findings on whose votes are missing in this election, at the nearby Eagleton Institute of Politics.

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Livingston atmosphere set to change in future

When thinking of Livingston Campus, one might call to mind the infamous Tillett Dining Hall, or perhaps Lucy Stone Hall's confusing hallways. Or perhaps one would recall the intimate setting of Quad life or visualize the campus's layout of its boxy buildings.

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College Avenue campus deemed most desireable place to live

Year after year, incoming first-year students submit their housing request forms and wait, anticipating their residence hall fate at the University. Historically, many of those students have deemed the College Avenue campus, the oldest campus at the University, as the most desired place to live.


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