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.
Demolition at the site of the future Gateway Center began last week on Easton Avenue, and redevelopment plans are progressing throughout the city, although some activists feel redevelopment should be put on hold.
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.
For one day every spring, vendors, craftsmen, dancers, and musicians populate the Woodlawn of Douglass campus for the annual New Jersey Folk Festival.
A new redevelopment project, targeted at New Brunswick's theatre district, is set to move forward as soon as a corporate tenant is in place, said Christopher J. Paladino, president of the New Brunswick Development Corporation.
In an effort to bring together experts from a variety of disciplines, the University's Institute for Research on Women and the Center for Race and Ethnicity hosted a panel Friday to promote an exchange of information between different fields of study and intellectual collaborations.
Hundreds of students stopped by the Multicultural Craft Fair Thursday to get a little dose of cultural education.
A roving consulate, sponsored by the Mexican government, has left a New Brunswick Church after one day of operation — weeks earlier than planned.
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Eight University scientists who contributed to a United Nations panel were awarded the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize, alongside former U.S. Vice President Al Gore earlier this month.