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Rooted on Main finds a new home in Newark

Gluten-free scone mix, hand-painted ornaments and delicate jewelry are just a few of the goods shoppers will find in Rooted on Main, a new small business and retail shop on Main Street.

Buddy Valastro decorates cakes and dishes up advice at Vita Nova

The event was hosted on Nov. 2 in the Vita Nova demo kitchen.

Halloween floats through Newark in the form of a parade

The parade took place on Sunday, Oct. 24 at 3 p.m. on Main Street.

Students visit university haunts in ghost tour

On the nights of Wednesday, Oct. 28, and Thursday, Oct. 29, university-sponsored ghost tours led students to the university’s most haunted locations.

RSOs aim to increase representation amidst lacking opportunities for LGBTQ students to connect

Along with the RSOs advertised as being LGBTQ-focused RSOs, some spaces where LGBTQ people can express themselves while engaging in an activity they are interested in are less conventional.

“Under a White Sky:” the First Year Experience

Each piece contained in the tour has strong ties to the human effect on the environment, especially those that come from the Special Collections.

“The Objects That Remain:” the university’s Jewish studies program hosts event regarding the ethics of sacred objects

The event featured guest speakers Margalit Schindler, Laura Levitt and Jane Klinger.

Voces de la Gente presents philanthropist and graphic novelist Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez

On Wednesday, Oct. 20, in the Trabant Theatre, the annual Voces de la Gente event was hosted by Student Diversity & Inclusion, the Office of Institutional Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, the Latino/Hispanic Heritage Caucus and HOLA.

University opens new Interfaith Meditation and Prayer Room in Trabant Student Center

The Interfaith Meditation and Prayer Room is open daily, and has the same hours as Trabant Student Center.

Commentary: “Still Breathing”: bringing concert life back to the university

Staff Reporter Tess Williams attended the "Still Breathing" student composition concert on Oct. 8.

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