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Jeremy McCarter initially rejected Lin-Manuel Miranda's offer to work on the book about the musical, but later changed his mind when he realized the impact for change it could make.
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'Hamilton' coauthor comes to Rutgers, tells story of musical's creation

While getting tickets for the Broadway musical, “Hamilton,” has presented itself to be a challenge for many, that did not stop Rutgers—New Brunswick Summer and Winter Sessions from bringing a little piece of the musical to campus. Jeremy McCarter, coauthor of the book “Hamilton: The Revolution,” came to speak last Saturday evening, Jan. 19, on College Avenue.

 The Rutgers Against Hunger initiative works with Rutgers Athletics to organize food and donation drives. The program is included in weekly promotional emails from the athletics department 
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Rutgers Against Hunger provides meals to students, local community

Rutgers University is not an anomaly in the face of starvation in the United States. “There is this joke, ‘oh the starving college student who goes to things for free food.’ It is not a joke at all. It is very serious. And it is very real,” said Lauren Errickson, who oversees the Rutgers Against Hunger (RAH) initiative. 

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Jeremy McCarter initially rejected Lin-Manuel Miranda's offer to work on the book about the musical, but later changed his mind when he realized the impact for change it could make.

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