Community Outreach

Rutgers Board of Governors Approves Support for Redevelopment of Campbell’s Field

Rutgers Board of Governors Approves Support for Redevelopment of Campbell’s Field

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, will invest up to $7.5 million in the redevelopment of Campbell’s Field in Camden.  The Rutgers Board of Governors approved the resolution during a regularly scheduled public meeting in Camden today. The proposed project envisions the creation of a multi-purpose athletic facility that could include fields for baseball, […]

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Rutgers–Camden to Host Delegation of Vietnamese Scholars to Learn About The Encyclopedia of Greater Philadelphia

Rutgers–Camden to Host Delegation of Vietnamese Scholars to Learn About The Encyclopedia of Greater Philadelphia

By Tom McLaughlin Rutgers University–Camden will host a delegation of Vietnamese scholars, who are visiting to learn more about The Encyclopedia of Greater Philadelphia, an online civic project led by the campus-based Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities (MARCH). Through the auspices of the Social Science Research Council, the scholars are gathering information about encyclopedia […]

Raptor Pantry Gives Students a Helping Hand

Raptor Pantry Gives Students a Helping Hand

Proper nutrition is vital to fuel the brain, but some college students just aren’t able to get the sustenance they need. A new campus food pantry provides critical assistance.

Rutgers Law School’s Juvenile Re-entry Assistance Program Aids Camden Youths

Rutgers Law School’s Juvenile Re-entry Assistance Program Aids Camden Youths

The program helps ex-offenders up to the age of 24 in Camden get help in resolving their civil legal issues and possibly with expunging their record.

Tax Cut? Republican Tax Plan is Nothing More than Government-Authorized Public Loan, Says Expert

Tax Cut? Republican Tax Plan is Nothing More than Government-Authorized Public Loan, Says Expert

House Republicans unveiled a new tax plan on Nov. 2, touting the proposal as a tax break for most Americans. But not so fast, says Rutgers–Camden researcher Michael Hayes, who calls it nothing more than a government-authorized public loan, which all Americans will be forced to pay back. In the following Q & A, the […]

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