Did you know that senior citizens have the chance to expand their knowledge by attending Rutgers University classes on a space-available, noncredit basis? The Senior Citizen Audit Program opens up classrooms at Rutgers University’s New Brunswick, Newark and Camden campuses to permit seniors to sit in and learn for free. During the spring and fall semesters, […]
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On Sept. 19, organizers from the City of New Brunswick, Rutgers University and Middlesex County want you to think differently about public spaces.
Sept. 19 is Park(ing) Day, an initiative that for one day transforms metered parking spaces on roads worldwide into public parks. The purpose of this project is to spur discussion about the creation and use of public space in a community, especially in urban centers.
From 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 19, 49-55 Bayard St. will be transformed into a public park, open for all.
Participating partners include Rutgers Landscape Architecture, NJ ASLA Student Chapter, Middlesex County Planning, The New Brunswick Food Alliance Walk Bloustein/Bike Bloustein/The Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy and the City of New Brunswick.
Rutgers University football fans who wish to park in Buccleuch Park during day games must now pay a fee to do so, following the approval of a resolution at Wednesday’s City Council meeting. The resolution allows for a $20 fee to be charged per car parked in Buccleuch Park during games that begin during the […]
Rutgers University invites the public to a free celebration on the evening of July 1 at High Point Solutions Stadium to celebrate the university’s entry into the Big 10 Conference.
For more information, visit www.rutgers.edu/about-rutgers/rutgers-is-big-ten.
The Belfast Community Gospel Choir, friends of the City of New Brunswick, filled Rutgers University’s Kirkpatrick Chapel with their brand of gospel music on Friday, May 30. The choir visited New Brunswick as part of a week-long tour of the New York City area. Last year, Belfast Mayor Mairtin O Muilleoir invited Mayor Jim Cahill […]
Heavy traffic is expected in New Brunswick this weekend as Rutgers University holds its 248th commencement ceremony. Drivers should expect heavy delays on College Avenue and George Street in New Brunswick and River Road, Hoes Lane and Metlars Lane in Piscataway, according to the university. The John Lynch and Landing Lane bridges are also expected […]