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Good Neighbors Welcome Back Off-Campus Rutgers University Students

Off-campus Rutgers University students were welcomed back this week for the fall semester with information about municipal services, student resources and off-campus living as part of the Good Neighbor program. A joint venture between Rutgers University and the City of New Brunswick, the Good Neighbor Program entails teams of volunteers canvassing neighborhoods in New Brunswick […]

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Recycling 101

Recycling can sometimes be confusing. There’s proper disposal to consider for plastics, cans and paper and then you add in those tiny numbers that are supposed to make recycling easier. But the question is, here in New Brunswick, what numbers can you recycle? Well, here’s the answer plus some helpful hints! Always recycle #’s 1 […]

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Rutgers Against Hunger Feeds Play S.A.F.E. Kids Through Snack Pack Program

UPDATE: Check out the video above of Rutgers Against Hunger’s Snack Pack packaging during new student orientation. Rutgers Against Hunger (RAH) and Rutgers University New Student Orientation have teamed up with New Brunswick’s Play S.A.F.E. summer program to help feed 1,700 children through the new Snack Pack Service Project. At each of the university’s 14 […]

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Young African Leaders Spend Six Weeks in New Brunswick for Mandela Leadership Program

School may be mostly out for the summer at Rutgers University, but special international visitors have been hard at work there for the past six weeks as part of a leadership program that aims to cultivate the next generation of African leaders and creators of change. The Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders is part […]

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200 Graduate from New Brunswick Adult Learning Center

200 students have High School and High School Equivalency Diplomas in hand following the 35th New Brunswick Adult Learning Center graduation at New Brunswick High School on June 25. 44 students earned their high school diploma through the Creating Alternative Routes to Educational Success (C.A.R.E.S.) program and 156 students earned their high school equivalency diploma. […]

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Graduation Day in New Brunswick

More than 300 high school students now have diplomas in hand following graduation ceremonies for the Class of 2015 at New Brunswick Health Science Technology High School and New Brunswick High School. New Brunswick Health Science Technology High School had 43 students graduate from its senior class this year. The class is led by Salutatorian […]

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