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Just Weeks After Getting Patent, Verificient Technologies Gets Contract to Provide Facial and Knuckle Recognition Service For Online Testing of College Students
ProctorTrack Petition
Illustration on the petition building support against ProctorTrack software, and the $32 fee associated with it.

Andres Minaya, His Wife Jenny, and Nephew Randy Colon Charged in Alleged Fraud Scheme
Andres and Jenny Minaya
Andres and Jenny Minaya, operators of two temporary agencies with locations throughout New Jersey, face first-degree charges. NJ Attorney General's Office

Rev. Hartmut Kramer-Mills: Martin Luther King Day "Not Just Another Day Off"
MLK Celebration
The Saint Peter's Hospital Choir sings at the Annual Martin Luther King Celebration Andrew Cangiano

Controversial Activist Assata Shakur Convicted of Killing State Trooper, Has Been Living in Cuba Since Escaping From State Prison in 1979
Assata Shakur
The Cuban government has granted political asylum to Assata Shakur, and has said it is not willing to negotiate her return.

International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers Held at Christ Church in NB
PJ Starr

NJ Red Umbrella Alliance Hosting Candlelight Vigil and Workshops at Christ Church in New Brunswick
The New Jersey Red Umbrella Alliance NJRUA

March United City Residents and Others Against Police Brutality
Ferguson Rally
A large diverse crowd gathered on Douglass campus, and marched through downtown to Brower Commons on Tuesday. Jonathan Gulo

Vigil Brings Together Family and Friends of Loved Ones Who Died From Overdose
Overdose Vigil
Friends and Family Gather to Remember Lost Loved Ones Kaila Boulware

Mirna Gonzales Garcia Paid After Two-Year Conflict With Former Employer
Members of New Labor and Unity Square picket Las Cazuelas in July Cara Padovano

Anyone Wishing to Use Rutgers Libraries Would Be Required to Show Rutgers ID