Monthly Archives: May 2014

Construction on 15 Washington Street

By: Ruben Gonzalez Rutgers University of Newark continues to develop the 15 Washington Street building despite protests. The property will be the site of new student residential housing as well as have living quarters for Chancellor Nancy Cantor. Of the … Continue reading

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NJ Rapper Turns His Passion Into Reality

By Chinwe Onuoha The Coffee Cave may seem like just an underground café, but over the years, this urban art gallery and part time nightclub has been a popular attraction for many local musicians and artists. Beyond the eclectic art … Continue reading

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Rutgers University-Newark Celebrates its Diversity

By Dina Sayedahmed Since it first established the category, U.S. News & World Report ranked Rutgers University-Newark as the most diverse university nationwide. For 17 years, and counting, Rutgers University-Newark has maintained this title and proudly upholds it. RU-N’s diversity factor … Continue reading

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Condoleezza Rice Backs Out Of Commencement

By Scott Nisley Officials at Rutgers-New Brunswick never withdrew their invitation or tried to bar Condoleezza Rice from making her scheduled appearance at the university’s commencement ceremony. It was Rice herself who pulled out of the graduation speech, refusing her … Continue reading

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The Role Of Campus Cops

By Raphaella Abhad, Ariel Cunningham, Maxine Macias and David Schilip Students at Rutgers University-Newark and The New Jersey Institute of Technology  (NJIT) could misunderstand the role of a campus police officer. Are campus cops allowed to arrest students or just … Continue reading

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Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of Michigan’s Ban On Affirmative Action

By David Erdely After the U.S. Supreme Court’s controversial 6-2 ruling in favor of Michigan’s ban on affirmative action in college admissions, students here at Rutgers wonder what that means for colleges across the country. The ruling issued on April … Continue reading

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Unexpected Turn For Shameless In Season 4

By Jordan Kizmann Season four of Shameless takes on a completely different tone than the previous seasons by making the watchers feel elevated sympathy for the family. While yes, tragic and messed up things happen through out seasons one through … Continue reading

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