Allison Baldwin

  • Photo Credit: US Defense Intelligence Agency

    PISCATAWAY, NJ—Two years ago, a $1.95 million grant from the federal Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) helped to establish a new minor in "critical intelligence studies" at Rutgers University.

    The minor offers students a chance to study subjects including privacy and civil liberties, cyber security, intelligence, and foreign and domestic terrorism.

    Now in its second year of instruction, between 30 and 40 students have declared their intent to complete the 18-credit program.

  • Photo Credit: Borough of Highland Park

    HIGHLAND PARK, NJ—On Wednesday, January 17, residents can learn about the different kinds of taxes that New Jerseyans pay as part of an ongoing series of educational information sessions hosted by the Borough of Highland Park.

    Jon Whiten, Vice President of New Jersey Policy Perspectives will be the featured speaker at the event, which begins at 7pm in the borough's Senior/Youth Center at 220 South Sixth Avenue.

  • Photo Credit: RU Jewish Film Festival

    NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ--October 29 marks the kick-off of Rutgers University’s 18th annual Jewish Film Festival.

    The film festival is open to everyone, with screenings taking place at the AMC Loews Theater in New Brunswick and the Princeton Garden Theater.

  • Photo Credit: Families Like Yours

    NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—On Thursday, October 19, the State Theater of New Jersey will be hosting an exclusive screening of a documentary focused on families with  lesbian, bisexual, gay, transgender, and queer (LBGTQ) members called “Families Like Yours.”

    The screening will start at 7pm and is a free and ticketed event, with general admission seating.