NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—A film collaboration exploring the lives of military veterans at Rutgers University will premiere Thursday, February 12 at 7 pm on the school's Douglass campus.

The screening will be held in the Nicholas Music Center, located on 85 George Street.

The documentary, "The War After: Combat to Campus," is a joint venture of the Mason Gross School of Arts and Rutgers Veterans House. It focuses on the lives of the student veterans who are transitioning back to civilian life and pursuing a post-secondary education.

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—On December 1, one of the most recognized and longest-serving police officers in the New Brunswick Police Department passed away at St. Peter's University Hospital after an unforseen complication developed during surgery, at the age of 55.

Sergeant Ann Chapman-Scattergood worked for the police department and was a supervisor in the Patrol Division,  devoting her time and efforts to the people of New Brunswick for over 29 years.

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—Rutgers University is a designated Tier 1 research center, and a member of the Big 10 athletic conference, known for its dedication to research and advancement in all scientific disciplines.

But it's also a great place for student veterans to navigate their way to success through high quality programs aimed at supporting and improving the experience for student veterans in higher education institutions.

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—A community in need deserves a friend indeed.

One of the most recognizable friends to those in need here in the Hub City is Elijah's Promise, which has been catering to economically vulnerable city residents since its founding in 1989.

On November 2, Elijah's Promise will be hosting its sixth annual "Turkey Trot" walk, to raise the funding necessary to support the local community soup kitchen and its programs.

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—On Saturday October 18, the St. Ladislaus Church held Mass and hosted a community gathering at the Hungarian American Athletic Club hall to celebrate the church's 110th anniversary.

St. Ladislaus Church, located at 40 Plum Street, was founded in 1904 and falls under the leadership of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Metuchen.  It has been a beacon of faith to the Hungarian community and other residents of New Brunswick since its founding.

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—A couple of current Rutgers students allegedly decided to light up the night early Saturday morning by igniting a bedsheet as it hung from the second story windows of their apartment building at 75 Easton Avenue.

At about 2:50 am, New Brunswick police noticed what was initially described as "a flag on fire," hanging from the building known as "The Easton" and dispatched firefighters to the scene, according to radio transmissions.