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After More Than Eight Months With an Interim President, Non-profit Organization Names City Resident Its New Leader
Jaymie Santiago
Jaymie Santiago speaks at a ribbon-cutting ceremony held after he purchased his home on Stratford Place Charlie Kratovil

Non-Profit Developers Create Affordable Housing for NJ's Most Vulnerable Residents, But Demand for Housing Still Greatly Outweighs Supply
Staci Berger
Staci Berger runs the Housing and Community Development Network of NJ. Charlie Kratovil

Brought to You by PRAB, Unity Square, New Labor, & Esperanza Neighborhood Project
Tenant's Have Rights!
Illustration by Maria Malyk

Central Jersey Coalition Against Endless War Hosts Screening of "She's Beautiful When She's Angry" Followed by Discussion
She's Beautiful When She's Angry She's Beautiful When She's Angry

Homicide is Leading Cause of Death For Pregnant Women in the United States

Better World Café in Highland Park and Better World Market in Franklin Closed
Better World Café
Better World Café closed in March. Elijah's Promise

Communications Professor Dr. Jennifer Warren's Tenure was Rejected Last Year
Student Protesters
Students Protest at Old Queens Black Lives Matter Rutgers

Students Marched Down George Street in a Stand Against Sexual Violence
Rutgers WOAH
Emma Sullivan, Hannah McGovern, and Maci Nordone, the planners of the march Maci Nordone

Topics Range From Neoliberalization of Higher Education to Colonial History of Rutgers
Reclaim Revolution
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