CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA—Rutgers women’s soccer continues its quest for a first-ever national championship on November 27 when the Scarlet Knights visit the University of Virginia Cavaliers in the NCAA Tournament quarterfinals.

The matchup is a clash of Top 10 teams, as Rutgers is ranked #9 in the NSCAA Coaches’ Poll, while the Cavaliers are the top-ranked team in the nation.

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PISCATAWAY, NJ—A contemporary drama set during that transitional period when the baby boomers yielded to Generation X, made its debut at the famed Actors Theater of Louisville.

Taking place in suburban New York, "Dinner with Friends" has no trouble bringing to the surface the trauma couples experience when their best friends decide it’s time to lawyer up and divide property.

Food writers Gabe and Karen are hosting another one of their dinners for Beth and Tom, but Tom is noticeably absent.

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—Oscar Auerbach was a physician, professor, pathologist and a true Rutgers Revolutionary whose research proved critical to establishing a link between cigarettes and lung cancer, according to a university press release.

Auerbach taught at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, previously known as New Jersey Medical School, from 1966 until his death in 1997.

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—After pressing for answers for over three weeks, New Brunswick Today has finally learned the details of a previously undisclosed stabbing that occurred near the city's 24-hour Walgreens on Jersey Avenue.

On November 23, New Brunswick Police Department (NBPD) Captain JT Miller confirmed for the first time that there was a stabbing during the early morning hours of Saturday, October 31.

According to Miller, a 17-year-old was stabbed in the arm at about 2:35 am on October 31.

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UPDATE (12/3): At a December 2 City Council meeting, Business Administrator Thomas Loughlin confirmed that Dell Walker has been suspended.

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—A New Brunswick Fire Department (NBFD) firefighter has been charged with several criminal offenses for allegedly collecting disability payments while still working for the department.

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—A man was injured in a drive-by shooting on the morning of November 23 near the intersection of Seaman Street and Lee Avenue in the city's Second Ward, according to NJ.com's Alex Napoliello.

Police radio transmissions confirm the incident was first reported to authorities at approximately10:54 am, shortly after a man was gunned down by someone seen sitting in the back seat of a moving vehicle with three occupants.

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