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Rutgers officials: Search for affordable housing documents uncovered nothing

Rutgers University officials said on Friday that a search of emails for documents that explain how each municipality's affordable housing obligations are calculated uncovered nothing.


Related Topix: Mercer County, NJ

2 hrs ago | Dallas Morning News

How smuggled U.S. weaponry is being used to kill Americans

On the morning of Feb. 3, 2004, Seth Dvorin, a newly minted second lieutenant in the U.S. Army, led a platoon of young men along a scarred road in Iskandariyah, Iraq, just south of Baghdad.


Related Topix: US Military, US Army, Iraq, World News, Opinion

7 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal

Football recruiting: Top 50 football recruit updates, July 25

We suppressed this feature for a few weeks as the dead period occurred. Also, most college coaches use this time of year to take their vacations, meaning there hasn't been much interaction with recruits going on.


11 hrs ago | The Newark Star-Ledger

Volunteers and student interns help maintain Rutgers Gardens

Rutgers student interns Qing Dang, 23, left, and Tiffany Truong, 19, along with Gary Prokop a volunteer from South River work in the gardens at Rutgers Gardens in New Brunswick.


Related Topix: South River, NJ, New Brunswick, NJ

11 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal

Ohio State coach Urban Meyer impressed by Rutgers' 'first class' football facilities

Sitting in his office in the Woody Hayes Athletic Center, Ohio State coach Urban Meyer is positioned as an authority on college football facilities.


Related Topix: Ohio

12 hrs ago | CNN

Opinion: Vladimir Putin, just evil enough

Editor's note: Alexander J. Motyl is professor of political science at Rutgers University-Newark.


Related Topix: Vladimir Putin, Columbia University, US Politics, US News, Joe Biden, New York, Opinion

16 hrs ago | WKXW-FM Trenton

'Reinventing' suburban office space

New Jersey's suburban office complexes are going the way of the dinosaur, according to one of the state's leading economists.


16 hrs ago | WKXW-FM Trenton

Are we losing our religion?

Religion may be less of a priority these days for Americans who are handcuffed to technology and still reeling from the effects of last decade's economic downturn .


16 hrs ago | The Las Vegas Sun

Warm hearts meet high tech: UNLV team crafting new hand for Las Vegas girl

Katherine Lau, a biomedical engineering student from Rutgers University, Zachary Cook, a UNLV mechanical engineering student, and Kareem Trabia, an A-Tech High School senior, pose at UNLV Thursday, July 17, 2014.


Related Topix: Las Vegas, NV, Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Science

Thu Jul 24, 2014

Courier News

Oklahoma!' in Manasquan, Morristown - Oklahoma!' in Manasquan,...

Cynthia Meryl knows that most young performers, given the choice, want to appear in a youth-oriented musical such as "Hair" or "Rent."


Related Topix: Manasquan, NJ, Theater, Arts, Rumson, NJ, Entertainment

Hispanic Business

Studies from Rutgers State University Add New Findings in the Area of ...

The objective was to estimate public support for restricting land uses in flood zones, requiring housing to be built to resist storm waters, and otherwise increasing mitigation and resilience."


Asbury Park Press

Survey: Low expectations for the Sandy rebuild

Unreleased survey purportedly shows nearly 7 in 10 not optimistic that their towns will be better off after the state-led rebuild wraps.


Related Topix: Sea Bright, NJ, Highlands, NJ, Sayreville, NJ

Meet Bob Sayers, new administrator for Cambria's health care district

The Cambria Community Healthcare District recently hired Bob Sayers as administrator.


Related Topix: New Brunswick, NJ, California Lutheran University

On the Banks

E.J. Barthel joins Rutgers Staff

Premier North Jersey athletic performance trainer E.J. Barthel officially announced his addition as a member of the Scarlet Knights football staff.


Related Topix: Teterboro, NJ, East Rutherford, NJ, Rutherford, NJ, Sports, NCAA Sports, Rutgers, State Univ of New Jersey NCAA

Courier News

Love of baseball, libraries leads Rutgers grad to HallLove of...

Love of baseball, libraries leads Rutgers grad to Hall Matt Rothenberg is the manager of the A. Bartlett Giamatti Research Center Check out this story on Matt Rothenberg, who received a master's degree in library and information science from Rutgers' School of Communication and Information in 2009, is the ... (more)


Related Topix: Libraries, Cooperstown, NY


Rutgers University-Newark Wins $3.5 Million Federal Grant to Boost Minorities in STEM

This image depicts Dr. Gates and LSAMP Scholars at 2013 Annual Garden State LSAMP Conference at Rutgers University-New Brunswick.


Related Topix: New Brunswick, NJ, Mathematics, Science, New Jersey City University, Kean University, Bloomfield College

Radio Times

Game of Thrones and eight more subjects you wouldn't believe you can study at university

Politicising BeyoncA©, The Simpsons and Philosophy, Harry Potter and the Age of Illusion - they're all actual courses at actual educational institutions... For all you Game of Thrones obsessives out there and we know there are many you can step your infatuation up a notch with a brand new Westeros-themed course being offered this summer at the ... (more)


Related Topix: Comedy, Animated TV, The Simpsons, Entertainment, Television, University of Virginia, Celebrities, Dance, Lady Gaga, Pop/Rock, University of South Carolina


Study: Financial Education Key For Domestic Violence Survivors

Marina A. has no bruises or scars from the abuse she suffered at the hands of her husband.


Related Topix: Mortgage, Personal Finance

Rev. Wayne Lavin, campus minister at N.J. colleges

The Rev. Wayne P. Lavin, 72, campus minister at Rutgers-Camden from 1982 to 1987, died Saturday, July 19, at Samaritan Healthcare and Hospice Inpatient Center in Mount Holly.


Related Topix: Roman Catholic Church, Religion

Research into marine mammals' responses to sound

A central question in the debate over a Rutgers University-led study of the ocean floor off the coast of Long Beach Island is whether the loud sound waves used to map the sediment will harm dolphins, whales, and other animals.


Related Topix: Santa Cruz, CA