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Mary Diduch

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Leave your impact on University

Here at the University, which this year boasts the largest student body in its history, some may feel little more than a number. We are enrolled in an ...

Hurricane Irene Updates

Due to Hurricane Irene, New Brunswick Mayor Jim Cahill signed an emergency declaration restricting travel in the city to emergency response personnel ...

Remember the good times

I remember the first time I saw a news van roll onto the College Avenue campus. It was the end of September last semester, and I had just walked out of ...

RUPD confirms two more shootings

The Rutgers University Police Department (RUPD) confirmed two additional shootings that occurred late last night after the annual Rutgersfest concert. ...

RUPA adds third act to Rutgersfest

For University students questioning why this year's Rutgersfest had only two performers when the Rutgers University Programming Association (RUPA) announced ...

U., city hold old ties with Japan

The University and city of New Brunswick have a strong connection with Japan, suffering the catastrophic effects of the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, ...

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Anne Newman, the director of Student Conduct, discusses the changes to the University’s Student Code of Conduct yesterday at the River Lounge of the Student Activities Center.

Dancers from Ballet Folklorico Peru, a local, traditional Peruvian dance troupe, performs Saturday for visitors at the 36th annual New Jersey Folk Festival.

Patricia Aranibar, a member of the Andean cultural group Abya Yala, demonstrates to 9-year-old Abraan Rubio the ancient art of making carinas, which are Pervuian clay whistles.

Independent gubernatorial candidate Chris Daggett speaks Tuesday night at a town hall meeting in Westfield. Daggett said renewable energy benefits in New Jersey outweigh the costs of putting the plans into action.

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