Deven Trivedi

  • Photo Credit: Rutgers Today

    NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—Sairaman Nagarajan, a graduate student at Rutgers School of Public Health is committed to educating the South Asian population about the risks associated with Type 2 Diabetes.

    Nagarajan, who immigrated to New Jersey in 2012 with a medical degree from SRM University in India, said  he is in a unique position to effect change, according to Rutgers Today, the official media outlet of the state university.

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    NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ— Multiple sources say students in Rutgers University's Equal Opportunity Fund (EOF) Summer Institute were forced to endure a “military style” ritual last summer at the hands of a Rutgers employee on their second night on campus.

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    NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—People from all over the region enjoyed the festivities associated with New Brunswick's 39th Annual Hungarian Festival this past Saturday, June 7.

    Much of Somerset and Plum streets were closed to automobile traffic to accomodate the large affair.  Hungarians from near and far, as well as neighborhood residents cashed in on the gorgeous weather, filling the streets.

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    HIGHLAND PARK, NJ—The week of April 7 featured three nights of in-depth discussions at Highland Park High School, including talks covering a range of issues related to race, from civil and human rights to affordable housing.

    The discussions were made more interesting because of the choice and involvement of competent and reputable panelists, all of whom were personally invited by student leaders at Highland Park High School such as Oscar Lee.

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    NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—Students headed to the Fordham Commons area of the Mabel Smith library in Rutgers New Brunswick have been intrigued by the sight of two recently-installed Makerbot 3-D printers.

    A sign nearby indicated that the printers would be open to students starting today, Monday April 14.

    The attached computers are equipped with software that allow users will to design their own three-dimsenional objects that the printer can produce out of plastic material.

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    HIGHLAND PARK, NJ—Loretta Ross, feminist organizer and co-founder of the SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective, kicks off a series of free panel discussions and lectures centering on
    issues of race at 7pm on Monday April 7.

    The first discussion on Monday will be focussed on "Intersectionalism and Diversity."   Ross will present a talk based on her work in the 1990's doing anti-Klan and anti-white supremacy organizing.