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Opinion: I don’t know, just not Trump

Opinion: I don’t know, just not Trump

By Vivian Sanchez – @vivalaviviannn As we grow closer and closer to the Republican nomination date it is clear that Donald Trump might in fact be the chosen candidate, and can possibly become America’s next president. Currently, Donald Trump stands with a 12.7 percent lead over the Republican candidates. So, for someone like myself, understanding how […]


Breaking The Cycle of Mass Incarceration Is The Way To Second Chances

Breaking The Cycle of Mass Incarceration Is The Way To Second Chances

President Obama visited Newark one month ago to discuss issues in criminal justice, specifically the overcrowding of prisons, taxpayers’ expense, the challenges in rehabilitation, and the struggles prisoners face after being released. His visit was part of a White House initiative to break the cycle of mass incarceration, and decrease recidivism among formerly incarcerated prisoners returning […]


The Backyard of Higher Education

The Backyard of Higher Education

If you take a walk through the five sprawling campuses of Rutgers University-New Brunswick, you’ll see much of what you’d expect from a world class learning institution—state-of-the-art labs and historic campus building, student centers filed with cafes and student lounges, and busy students bustling from class to class, laptops and smartphones in hand.  New Brunswick […]


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