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    NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—Rutgers University is hosting an art exhibit titled "Living In The Shadows: Underground Immigrant Communities" on the Douglass campus.

    The Center for Women in the Arts (CWAH) put together the exhibit, which examines the circumstances of irregular migration and the hidden lives of undocumented immigrants, inside the gallery at the Mabel Smith Douglass Library on Chapel Drive.

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    NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—In the wake of President-elect Donald Trump's anti-immigrant political rhetoric, a counter-celebration of America's diversity--and sharp opposition to his policies--has blossomed in the Hub City.

    Protests showing support for immigrants--including one that drew well over a thousand people on November 16--have largely prioritized immigration in the aftermath of the election.

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    HIGHLAND PARK, NJ—A local arts organization is hosting a "Comic In A Day" event at Pino's Gift Basket Shoppe and Wine Cellar, a popular bar and liquor store, on November 20.

    The event will showcase three different comic books written over the course of 24 hours, and a winner will be determined by "celebrity guest and comic book legend Mark McKenna," according to a press release.

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    NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—UndocuRutgers, a Rutgers student organization, is holding a free College Fair for undocumented high school students, as well as those currently enrolled in college, on November 19.

    The event will be held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Cook Student Center located at 59 Biel Road in New Brunswick.

    The Center for Latino Arts and Culture (CLAC) and UndocuRutgers have organized the event to inform undocumented students about Rutgers admissions process, and how to apply for financial aid and recieve in-state tuition.