Domenic Ruggeri


Location icon United States of America

I haul garbage, but that's not all I do.

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Experts sum up election season | The Daily Targum

After the nation saw President Barack Obama's victory on Election Day, some citizens, including University students, were left wondering what to make of the election season. Those curious people gathered in the main room of the Woodlawn Mansion on Douglass Campus yesterday morning to discuss predictions for the future political landscape in the United States at the Eagleton Institute of Politics' "The Morning After."

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RUSA questions U. contract with student debt collector | The Daily Targum

While the Rutgers University Student Assembly members were drafting an in-state tuition bill in early October they found out the University pays a company to collect student debt. John Connelly, president of RUSA, said the University has a contract with the General Revenue Corporation, a subsidiary of Sallie Mae, which collects unpaid student tuition, last night in the Student Activities Center on the College Avenue campus.

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U. groups participate in "Glow Red" campaign | The Daily Targum

For the next three days at the University, students on campus should not be alarmed when they notice certain buildings glowing red. As a part of the "Go and Glow Red" campaign to raise awareness about women's heart health, Rutgers Against Hunger, Rutgers Facilities and Rutgers Student Life are collaborating to make the Douglass Campus Center, Rutgers Student Center, Livingston Student Center and the Werblin Recreation Center glow red, said Melissa Selesky, community relations director for...

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Teaching assistants weigh in on experiences | The Daily Targum

In his three years as a teaching assistant at the University, Kellen Myers has had some unusual experiences. In one particular incident, a student came to his office hours, filed his nails with his colleague's nail file, and then fell into a deep sleep while snoring open-mouthed, he said.

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Campus desktops get new look and function | The Daily Targum

University students using the computer labs will now notice a change to the usual desktop layout.The University Office of Information Technology department installed the free desktop overlay program Rainmeter on all computers running Windows in all computer labs on the New Brunswick campus over a period spanning Jan.

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Republican challenger falls short of Senate seat victory | The Daily Targum

With Fox News on in the background, supporters of Republican New Jersey Senate candidate Joseph Kyrillos watched as their candidate's senatorial hopes quickly faded last night in the ballroom of Nanina's in the Park in Belleville. Menendez won the race with 58.9 percent of the votes while Kyrillos had 39.4 percent.