Giancarlo Chaux


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Millenials are antidote to Citizens United

As students return to the classrooms for a new semester, this may serve as a good time for us to reevaluate the state of the upcoming presidential elections, as well as our generation’s role in shaping its results. It has been a busy summer. As predicted, the effect of the Citizens United decision on the U.S. political process has compromised the will of the working-class majority in favor of the interests pushed forward by wealthy factions. A quick peek at the list of large donors will reveal how the rich have poured donations for select candidates in a frictionless manner, manipulating the roster of potential candidates and rearranging the order of importance among issues. Rest assured this has been a bipartisan trend that affects us all. 

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The George Street Playhouse, in downtown New Brunswick presented “The 39 Steps” last night to a sold-out crowd.
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The George Street Playhouse, in downtown New Brunswick presented “The 39 Steps” last night to a sold-out crowd.

Local residents wove a quilt in honor of the Middlesex Public Library’s 50th anniversary presented in the library’s meeting room. Each square represents a moment from the borough’s history.
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Local residents wove a quilt in honor of the Middlesex Public Library’s 50th anniversary presented in the library’s meeting room. Each square represents a moment from the borough’s history.

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