Officials admitted that a grown woman who posed as a teen girl was able to attend classes at the city’s high school for several days after enrolling with fake documents.
New Brunswick is home to over a dozen educational institutions including public schools, charter schools, a county college campus, the state university, and a theological seminary. Rutgers University, been based in the city since 1766, is one of the oldest colleges in the nation, and by far the largest in New Jersey.
Community Members Join Fight to Save Job of Piscataway Educator
Piscataway School Superintendent Frank Ranelli recently denied tenure to Dr. Cassia Mosdell, the T. Schor Middle School psychologist, sparking backlash from students, parents, and community organizations.
Prosecutors Issue “Stern Warning” to Governor Murphy’s Ally Who Violated His School Mask Mandate
The President of the New Brunswick Board of Education “will be issued a direct and stern warning,” according to prosecutors, after he remained maskless while presiding over the board’s August 17 meeting.
The CIA Has Maintained Ties to Rutgers University For Over 60 Years
The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has been working closely with Rutgers University over decades studying refugees, suspected communists, and protestors.
Rutgers President Holloway Announces New Historic Markers to Honor Slaves
In a Rutgers University Board of Governors meeting on Tuesday, February 23, Rutgers President Jonathan Holloway announced that the University will be erected at least four signs on its New Brunswick campus dedicated to the enslaved Black people that were owned by wealthy supporters of Rutgers.
Rutgers President Isolates After Testing Positive For COVID-19
Almost a year into his appointment as Rutgers University President Dr. Jonathan Holloway revealed that he recently tested positive for COVID-19.
Rutgers is Planning to Reopen in September 2021
The Rutgers University Board of Trustees has begun talks of reopening all of the school’s campuses in September 2021.