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1 hr ago | National Review Online
Some are calling on campus police to bring Rice in for questioning. The former secretary of state and national security advisor is supposed to take part in a lecture series about civil rights - a task for which Rice, the daughter of middle-class Alabama schoolteachers who went on to graduate from college at age 19 and rise to the highest levels of ... (more)
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4 hrs ago | BroadwayWorld.com
Sean P. Hoggs learned at an early age that we cannot allow our socioeconomic background or tough start in life to define who we are - and he should know! At age 16, he set out to change a life riddled with drugs and crime, moving from one friend's house to the next, determined not to end up in jail or, even worse, dead! The Bastard Child: A Story ... (more)
8 hrs ago | New Jersey Jewish News
The DancePlus Spring 2014 performances will be choreographed by Niv Sheinfeld and Oren Laor, visiting Israeli artists for the spring semester in the dance department of the university's Mason Gross School of the Arts.
11 hrs ago | Courier News
Lively activities, interactive demonstrations, vibrant stage performances, and an array of food choices await visitors on every campus.
Erin Walsh provided the original content for this story for the The Daily Targum , and presented a different version for Patch: Student protesters marched from Brower Commons steps into the Rutgers Student Center last week carrying signs reading "BOG [board of governors] Stop taking our money!" and other messages directed to the Board of Governors ... (more)
A veteran history professor at Rutgers University believes former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice should not have been appointed to the board of the file-sharing company Dropbox or tapped as this year's Rutgers commencement speaker.
Scott is a proud graduate of Rutgers University, and realized his dream of working for a car magazine when he joined the staff of GM High-Tech Performance in 2004.
Capt. Philip Roos, Commanding Officer of the Naval ROTC Unit at Rutgers speaks along side Rutgers University President Robert Barchi, U.S. Navy Secretary Ray Mabus and Princeton University President Christopher Eisgruber during a ceremony announcing the return of the Navy ROTC program at Princeton University.
Last year, 62-year-old Mark Halliday, a student in the Master of Social Work program at Rutgers University, was hospitalized with a diabetes-related leg infection.
People backed away from me in the elevator of the classy Washington, D.C., hotel after glancing at the nametag, which showed I was guest speaker at the National Bedbug Conference.
Taking day trips, playing shuffleboard or idling the days away was not how Ernest Reock, Jr. envisioned his retirement from Rutgers' Center for Government Services in 1992.
John Hoffman, the state's acting attorney general, said Monday that about 1.5 million crashes over the past decade have been caused by distracted drivers, resulting in 1,600 deaths.
Last week Alabama's Student Senate passed a resolution supporting the complete integration of Greek life at the university.
The Internal Revenue Service scandal over the targeting of conservative groups has highlighted the agency's power to obstruct our political freedoms.
Tabatha Coffey, known for her role on Bravo's "Tabatha Takes Over" and as an author and entrepreneur, will be holding two New Jersey events Wednesday and Thursday, April 16 and 17, for her latest book, "Own It! Be the Boss of Your Life at Home and in the Workplace."
And on paper, it will be the voters in the June primaries who pick the party's nominees to replace former Rep. Rob Andrews in the 1st District and Rep. Rush Holt in the 12th District.