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A conversation with Sasha Issenberg, author of “The Engagement”

In the Biden Institute’s first in-person event since March of 2020, journalist and author Sasha Issenberg sat down with attendees from across the university on Sept. 28 to discuss his new book, “The Engagement.”

University officials release statement after student is charged with assault; protest against gender-based violence continues

Hundreds of university students took to the streets to protest the university’s response to gender-based violence on campus.

Protest breaks out after university fraternity member is charged with assault, no statement from university officials

Today university students rallied in protest of violence against women on campus after Brandon Freyre, a sophomore at the university, was charged with kidnapping, assault and strangulation of a female victim on Oct. 11.

University student charged with kidnapping, assault and strangulation in Newark

Brandon Freyre was charged with kidnapping, assault, strangulation and terroristic threatening on Oct. 11.

Clash between religious protestors, students results in four arrests

On Wednesday, protestors from the Key of David Christian Center clashed with university students on Delaware Avenue, resulting in four arrests.

“Major relief” comes to university on-campus quarantine and isolation housing as COVID-19 spike flattens

According to Director of Residence Life & Housing (ResLife) Jim Tweedy, major relief finally came to the university’s isolation facilities on Sept. 17 as students finished their time in isolation and returned to their original on-campus rooms.

Students express unease, frustration with campus COVID-19 testing

Each week, thousands of students participate in COVID-19 testing at sites on campus — and so far, more than 300 have tested positive.

National Agenda 2021: How David Joy and Asma Khalid redefine America four years later

Presented by the university’s Center for Political Communication, the National Agenda fall 2021 speaker series took the Mitchell Hall Theatre stage on Sept. 8.

University announces visitors must have proof of vaccination or negative COVID-19 test

Beginning September 10, all visitors to the university must show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test taken within the last 72 hours.

Protocols for fall 2021 instruction change due to COVID-19 spike on campus

Between Sept. 8 to Sept. 10, there were 345 new positive cases of COVID-19 on campus.

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