Einzen R. Lespinasse

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    PISCATAWAY, NJ—In collaboration with Galvanizing and Organizing Youth Activism (GOYA), a new Rutgers-based group called "Black Lives Matter" will be presenting, "The Black Experience at Rutgers: The Africana Department, Black Activism & Black Identity” on Friday, April 3.

    The panel discussion will be held at the Busch Campus Center, starting at 5pm, and features civil rights activist Larry Hamm as the keynote speaker.

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    NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—Up against a tight deadline to apply for a grant from PSE&G, the City Council decided not to move forward with the grant application at a recent meeting.

    The decision means that the New Brunswick Environmental Commission and the city's Green Team will likely have to wait another year to secure funding that would allow for the accounting of the city’s environmental resources.

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    PISCATAWAY, NJ—Ever wonder where ideas for products like Google Glass and Chromecast come from?

    Here’s a hint, not every product that displays the Google brand name originates in Silicon Valley.  Sometimes the ideas behind these inventions come from people all over the world who just like to dream big.

    Google Developer Group (GDG) North Jersey hosted it’s first ever "GoogleX" event on February 2 at Rutgers University's Livingston Campus.