NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—Last Friday, Rutgers University’s Aresty Research Center for Undergraduates held their ninth annual university-wide Undergraduate Research Symposium.

The Symposium was at the Rutgers Student Center on College Avenue, and it featured the work of 450 student researchers from over 60 different departments.

Graduate students and postdoctoral researchers evaluated the presentations.

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—Incumbents Benito Ortiz, Pat Sadowski, and John Krenos were victorious in today's election to keep their seats on the city's elected school board

987 city residents turned out to vote at the city's thirteen polling places today.

Benito Ortiz lead the six candidates with 69% of the votes cast, followed closely by running mates Sadowski and  Krenos, with 65% and 63% respectively.

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—City residents are slowly trickling into polling places this afternoon, but the turnout numbers appear to be on pace to surpass January's total of 766.

Polls will remain open until 9 p.m. this evening in the city's first regular school board election, which pits three incumbents against a coordinated campaign by three residents including a former board member.

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