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Rally In Samuels Plaza Sheds Light On Student Debt Anniversary

By Dina Sayedahmed Thursday, April 24th marked the two-year anniversary of student loan debt reaching $1 trillion. The Rutgers-Newark Social Justice Club organized an assembly of approximately 15 students and protested outside on the Norman Samuels Plaza, making a number of … Continue reading

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Rutgers-Newark Embraces Genocide Awareness Month

By Sara Querques April is Genocide Awareness and Prevention Month, a month where we remember the anniversaries of past genocides and raise awareness towards the prevention of future atrocities. Earlier this month, the Rutgers-Newark Center for the Study of Genocide … Continue reading

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Rutgers-Newark Freshman Thais Marques: A Fighter In Training

By Harvey Dock Rutgers-Newark freshman Thais Marques has been on the front line, battling injustices in the Newark community for over a year now.  As a senior in high school Marques formed the Newark Students Union at Science Park, along … Continue reading

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RU Pride Hosts Sixth Annual Drag Show As Part Of “Pride Week” Festivities

By Scott Nisley The place could have passed for a nightclub if it weren’t for the candy-colored balloons. They were arranged in little bouquets in the center of each table, like flickering candlelight in a comedy joint, or the fresh-cut … Continue reading

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Rutgers Faculty Weigh In On Tuition And Tenure

By David Schilip Some Rutgers University students may not know quite how much of their tuition is actually going to the professors that are teaching them. On April 10th, the American Association of University Professors-American Federation of Teachers (AAUP-AFT) held … Continue reading

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Students Showcase Findings At Fourth Annual Undergraduate Research Day

By Nancy Elias Wednesday, April 16, marked the fourth annual Undergraduate Research Day sponsored by the Office of the Chancellor and the Honors College. If you walked around the Essex room that day, you would find yourself surrounded by rows … Continue reading

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Today’s Students, Tomorrow’s CEOs: Luncheon With Jack Killion

By Benjamin Lioue The Collective Entrepreneurs Organization, also know as C.E.O., hosted a luncheon with approximately 20 students on Thursday, April 17th with guest speaker Jack Killion, a serial entrepreneur. A “Serial Entrepreneur” is defined as someone who continuously comes … Continue reading

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