Monthly Archives: September 2014

What Art is All About

By: Scott Nisley There’s a reason we look art. It has the power to move us. It has the power to open minds, they might truly see. It allows us the chance to see the natural beauty of this world and … Continue reading

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Searching for Kerouac

By: Scott Nisley Jack Kerouac, despite all claims to the contrary, was a horrible sickening drunk, who spent the last years of his life slumped in a chair, getting loaded off whiskey and malt liquor and burning away whatever was … Continue reading

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Graduation at the Rock, A Crumbling Shame

By: Akin Shoyoye I remember when I was first told about the new graduation format. It was over lunch with a friend at La Cocina. A ceremony for all six Rutgers University schools at the Prudential Center did not seem like … Continue reading

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RUPD to Promote Greater Visibility

By: Scott Nisley As part of their strategic plan for the upcoming Fall semester, the Newark Division of Rutgers University’s Police Department, has put visibility up at the forefront of their ongoing mission to provide service to the campus community. … Continue reading

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Rutgers Board of Governors Votes to Raise Tuition Across Campuses

By: Everet Rummel The Rutgers Board of Governors voted unanimously to raise tuition and fees for all three campuses on July 16. The reason officially cited for the increase is higher expenditures, primarily higher negotiated employee salaries. Total charges for … Continue reading

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A Freshman’s Guide to the Best Rutgers University-Newark Experience

By: Nancy Elias I’m officially a senior at Rutgers-Newark, meaning that after 3 years of morning, afternoon, and night classes, 52 papers (yes, I counted), 30 final exams, and numerous cups of coffee, I wish to render to you, incoming … Continue reading

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Portrait of a Chief

By Scott Nisley When people think of police officers, they often drum up images they’ve seen in pop culture. Fictional characters like Clancy Wiggum, the bumbling, doughnut-dipping police chief on The Simpsons, or Clint Eastwood in his role as the … Continue reading

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