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Where Hockey and Engineering Collide

9. December 2014

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Where Hockey and Engineering Collide: NJIT Highlanders Join a Pioneering Concussion Study Adam Finkle, a forward on the Highlanders club hockey team, will never forget the powerful collision that sent him hurtling to the ice in a hotly contested game against Seton Hall his junior year. What hit him harder still, however, was the slow-paced […]

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Rutgers Newark Homecoming 2014

29. September 2014

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     Homecoming 2014 at Rutgers in Newark served up fun and activities from Sept. 22 –Sept. 27. The annual celebration, brought together alumni, current students, faculty,  staff, the community to celebrate all things Rutgers in Newark. This year the theme was to “Reconnect”. Reconnect with the alumni to the school, and equally important connect the […]

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The 42nd Annual NYUL Football Classic, Exciting game and HBC Tradition make for a memerable event Saturday at the Meadowlands

22. September 2014

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The 42nd Annual New York Urban League (NYUL) Football Classic took place at MetLife Stadium. This year’s Classic will feature Howard University vs Morgan State University. And always in addition to the competing football teams rivalry of the cheerleaders and  marching bands.  The Football Classic benefits the Whitney M. Young, Jr. Scholarship Fund and the educational programs […]

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10K United Way Race a Good Start for a Great Cause

17. September 2014

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On Sunday, The United Way of Essex County and Hudson County, had their first Healthy Kids 10K run, at Military Park, and PSE&G Plaza.  Apart of the first lady’s “Get Moving” healthy children initiative, all over the country, programs are being design to get kids active.  Healthy Kids’ goal is to consistently expand services that […]

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Rutgers Division A Opener Shows signs there is work to do before Penn State

9. September 2014

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Yes, it is officially football season, and this week was Rutgers first home game of the season, in the new division A slot, “The big League”. This week, media and most of Rutgers football fans, have been focused on the Raven’s and Rutgers Alum, Ray Rice personal transgressions, and not the analyses of the game. […]

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The Mayor Presents medals of merit to cultural exchange students from Puerto Rico (Hatillo)

23. April 2014

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  The mayor Luis Quintana gave medals and awards to the middle school “Colegio Nuestra Señora Del Carmen” for their part in an cultural exchange basketball tournament .  Founded in 1962 “Colegio Nuestra Señora Del Carmen” is a catholic school in the municipality of Hatillo.  The director of the school is William Acevedo. The school […]

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Newark Bear’s Holding a “Going out of Business Sale”

10. April 2014

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The Newark Bears are holding a going out of business sale.  We are sad to hear that the Bears professional baseball franchise is selling everything from the team’s uniform and equipment to landscaping supplies and office furniture, the organization announced today. Even the 56-passenger team bus is up for grabs.  The Bears games in my opinion […]

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Cycling in Branchbrook Park at Cherry Blossom festival

9. April 2014

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On a windy Saturday, which marked the beginning of a two week series of events celebrating the blooms of Cherry blossom in Branch Brook park , we focused on the annual bike cycle race.  The bike race is for all the cycle enthusiast, of all ages and experience participated in the annual bike race.   The race was […]

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St. Joseph (Met.) wins first Tournament of Champions title, defeats Newark East Side 49-47

25. March 2014

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With March madness in full effect, and local teams out of concession (unless you consider Connecticut local)  We focus on two high-school local stories.  St. Joseph defeated Newark East Side, 49-47, in the title game of the 26th NJSIAA/ShopRite Tournament of Champions on Monday at Sun National Bank Center in Trenton, before a crowd of […]

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Girls basketball Tournament of Champions final notes: Shabazz remains unbeaten in title games

25. March 2014

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With March madness in full effect, and local teams out of concession (unless you consider Connecticut local), we focus on two high-school local stories.   Shabazz women continues to amaze with an improved to 6-0 all time record in T of C final games and tied St. John Vianney for the most overall T of C titles […]

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