Monthly Archives: March 2014

Figuring Out How To Tell The Story Of Rutgers-Newark

By Brian Harris For the new Rutgers-Newark chancellor Nancy Cantor one role amongst many is how to get the story and brand of Rutgers-Newark out to not only the city of Newark but the metro region and the country at-large. … Continue reading

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Talented R-N Students Warm Up For Battle Of The Classes

Story And Photo By Chinwe Onuoha Rutgers-Newark’s Office of Student Life and Leadership held their annual open mic event at Stonsby Commons on March 10 in an effort to prepare students for the Battle of the Classes competition on March … Continue reading

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Rutgers-Newark Students Present Research Projects During Brain Awareness Week

Story & Photos By Chinwe Onuoha The Center For Molecular & Behavioral Neuroscience (CMBN) and the FASN Honors College co-sponsored a “Brain Awareness Week” on campus as well as an open house for undergraduate students, held at the Aidekman Research … Continue reading

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Observer Letters To The Editor

Dear President Barchi, We write to reply to your March 7 defense of the decision to grant an honorary degree to Dr. Condoleezza Rice and to invite her to give the commencement address at the Rutgers Commencement in May. At … Continue reading

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Why I Hate Trailers

By Matthew Cole I dislike trailers because they, not always but most of the time ruin the movie for me. Revealing the best scenes that have been shot so far to tease audiences into purchasing tickets. This model is terrible; … Continue reading

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Pandering And The Media

By Krishna Kashiwala Flight MH370 disappeared after taking off on March 8 from Kuala Lumpur. The search has been going on for weeks. Amidst all the confusion of what went down relative with the flight, it’s crew, and it’s passengers, … Continue reading

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Jazz In Newark Down But Now Out

By David Schilp What was once a hot spot for jazz in New Jersey has faded away, but is not dead yet in the city of Newark. Pete McCullough is a former Rutgers student and a graduate from New Jersey … Continue reading

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