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.
Late last year, the New Brunswick City Council voted to approve a resolution for the New Brunswick Police Department’s continued participation in the US Department of Defense’s “1033 Program.”
Amid the bustling city of New Brunswick and the trials and tribulations of the COVID-19 pandemic, there is a peaceful retreat right here at Rutgers University.
At the East Brunswick Township Council meeting on February 22, Dinesh “Danny” Behal was sworn in to fill the vacant seat formerly held by Sterley Stanley.
The Rutgers University Board of Trustees has begun talks of reopening all of the school’s campuses in September 2021.
On the ground floor of “The George” sits a pair of sneaker and clothing shops: LMTD Supply and its sister store, Lady LMTD. The stores sell custom-picked sneakers and an assortment of vintage and new clothing ranging from 1990’s Nike jackets to 2020 Supreme drops.