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  • Personal finance site just gave New Jersey something to brag about. Find out why Rutgers-Camden's Darren Spielman and Rutgers-New Brunswick's Joel Cantor say there is a lot to be proud of in our home state in this story.
  • Stuart Brown who has been playing musical theater tunes on the radio since his days as a WRSU deejay recently launched an online Broadway music radio station to share his decades long love for the songs.

  • Grab some tissues: Jersey City native Frank Gilmore is appearing on Ellen's Greatest Night of Giveaways, where he shares the story of his journey from a troubled childhood to youth mentor and receives some special help. Gilmore tells he hopes inner-city youth learn from the episode that they can overcome.

  • Diego A. Atehortúa, a Latin American art historian who has recently returned from a Fulbright Fellowship in Brazil and was the first Rutgers student to win a Beinecke Scholarship as an undergraduate, became the first person from the university awarded the prestigious Marshall Scholarship.

  • Add facial cuts, bruises and fractures to the risks from cell phones. Boris Paskhover, a facial plastic surgeon from New Jersey Medical School, whose patients include a woman who broke her nose when she dropped her phone on her face, said his experience treating people with cell phone injuries prompted him to look into the problem. Read about his research in The New York Times.

  • Kyle Marshall

    From performing in front of an audience of stuffed animals to earning a BFA from the Mason Gross School of the Arts, The New York Times writes that Kyle Marshall was born to dance. His company, which includes fellow Rutgers grads, is performing at the Brooklyn Academy of Music’s Next Wave Festival. Read the story.

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