Finding Your Path in Rutgers- Newark

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Nagely Castro- Student Reporter Among the 40 plus undergraduate liberal arts majors offered at Rutgers-Newark, criminal justice remains popular with students. Various different programs and student organizations are often advertised to students around campus but one community that seems to get lost in the crowd is the CJ community.  I spoke to Isaiah Heredia, a … Continued

Opinion Piece: It is Not Illegal for Public Workers to Strike!

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OPINION Written by David Horan (student organizer) Jacob Amaro (copy editor) In a letter addressed to the Rutgers University student body sent out earlier this afternoon, President Holloway proved himself to be ignorant of New Jersey State Law—a strange quality for a State University administrator. Simply put: Public workers do, however, have less legal protection … Continued

Cracking the Crisis: Decoding Addiction Conference

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Written by Elham Bassam- Student Journalist The Minority Association of Pre-Health Students is an organization on campus that serves minority pre-health students in finding opportunities, community service, resources for graduate entry exams, and overall a community for the pre-health student community. This past weekend they had a conference aiming at “decoding addiction” which intended to … Continued

Diaspora Fest Recap

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By Daffen Perez- Student Journalist The Diaspora Fest at Paul Robeson Campus Center was inspiring and an excellent time for all. The event was four hours in total, with panels and performances from various successful and creative individuals throughout  as well as vendors, food, a photo booth, prizes, and games.  There were breaks where people … Continued

The Crazed Lover

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By Naomi Franco- Student Writer The chiming of the cuckoo clock signals the end of another work day. A woman who just finished wiping tables runs to the staff closet in search of her winter coat. Taking off her apron and her feathered hat, she begins to make her way to the front door.  “Okay, … Continued