Benjamin Chelnitsky



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The Eagleton Institute of Politics hosted an expert panel at its “The Morning After: An Odd-Year Election” yesterday, where it analyzed the results of this past Tuesday’s election in New Jersey and across the country. 
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The Eagleton Institute of Politics hosted an expert panel at its “The Morning After: An Odd-Year Election” yesterday, where it analyzed the results of this past Tuesday’s election in New Jersey and across the country. 

The Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) plans on voting on two pieces of legislation at this week’s meeting on Thursday, Oct. 31, according to a RUSA press release.
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The Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) plans on voting on two pieces of legislation at this week’s meeting on Thursday, Oct. 31, according to a RUSA press release.

The Rutgers University Police Department (RUPD) chief of University Police, Kenneth Cop, acknowledged the Livingston campus break-in at a Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) Town Hall on Thursday night, saying that students should practice "good basic measures" to help prevent future incidents. 
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The Rutgers University Police Department (RUPD) chief of University Police, Kenneth Cop, acknowledged the Livingston campus break-in at a Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) Town Hall on Thursday night, saying that students should practice "good basic measures" to help prevent future incidents. 

As people put forward offerings to Lord Snipp at the tree’s trunk, including bananas, mozzarella sticks and a whole onion to name a few, others read spiritual remarks for their sanctified crustacean.
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As people put forward offerings to Lord Snipp at the tree’s trunk, including bananas, mozzarella sticks and a whole onion to name a few, others read spiritual remarks for their sanctified crustacean.

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