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Rutgers–Newark Law Professor on Legal Team That Wins Release of Wrongfully Convicted Man After 29 Years in Prison

Newark, NJ, October 15, 2014 – David McCallum was given his freedom today after 29 years in prison for a crime he did not commit, in no small part because of the efforts of Clinical Professor Laura Cohen and her students

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Rutgers University ‒ Newark To Spark Arts Collaboration In Iconic Downtown Building

Board of Governors Approves Project in Former Hahne & Company Department Store

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RU-N and Mayor Ras J. Baraka Announce Partnership With Launch of 'My Newark' Mobile App

Application now available from iTunes and Google Play for Apple and Android; Enables users to keep alerts on non-emergency issues, current news, and links

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Rutgers Helps NJ: Online Resource Guide to Social and Legal Services

The mother of an eight-year-old boy with autism does not understand her child’s education rights. A social worker searches tirelessly for vocational training for a client who lost his job and is facing eviction.

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Cuban Health Care: Rutgers Students Witness a Different Way to Serve Patients

A group of Rutgers students spent four weeks this summer experiencing the complexities of life in Cuba – a country with an underdeveloped economy but highly effective health care system.

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