The mere mention of college may evoke images of fraternity parties, football games and new friends, but according to a recent study, an essential element of the university experience — education — is falling to the wayside.
Say the word "panther" and some may think of a large cat, others may think of the Carolina football team and for others, the word may evoke the memory of Bobby Seale, Huey P. Newton and a revolutionary movement that changed America's history in the 1960s.
Talk of repairs to a sewage pump in Buccleuch Park dominated last night's New Brunswick City Council meeting.
FBI agents made a visit to downtown New Brunswick early yesterday to seize documents and electronic data from June's democratic primary election, in which Patricia Bombelyn challenged long-time incumbent candidate Mayor Jim Cahill.
Just weeks after the Rutgers University Police Department received a grant from the Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office to combat hate crimes, an alleged act of bullying linked to a student's suicide took place on campus.