Megan Golish

Writer, Reporter

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Your New Ticket To Success: TuneRise - EDM World Mag

Your New Ticket To Success: TuneRise By Megan Golish You discover you have a musical talent. Maybe you possess the ability to produce harmonious patterns with the touch of your fingers. Or maybe you are overflowing with brilliant ideas on how to guide the next musical sensation.

New Brunswick Today
Rutgers Day Celebrations on All Three Campuses Statewide

Rutgers Day is Saturday April 30 Facebook NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ-- On Saturday, April 30 from 10am-4pm, Rutgers University invites New Jersey residents of all ages to join in the annual Rutgers Day celebration. As part of the yearlong celebration for the university's 250th anniversary, all three campuses--Camden, New Brunswick and Newark--will host interactive programming and activities for those who attend.

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New Brunswick Hosts Free Ciclovia Event For Residents and Visitors

George Street is one of several streets that will be closed to cars on Sunday for 2016's first Ciclovia. Charlie Kratovil NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ-- On Sunday April 24, New Brunswick residents and visitors are invited to attend and enjoy the first New Brunswick Ciclovia of 2016.

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Friends of New Brunswick Library Host Annual Book Sale

The library's annual book sale is scheduled for April 15 and 16. Charlie Kratovil NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ-- On April 15 and April 16, the New Brunswick Free Public Library (NBFPL) will be hosting their annual book sale at their location at 60 Livingston Avenue.

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Nike Factory Worker Visits Rutgers to Describe Unfair Labor Practices

Noi Supalai and Rutgers United Students Against Sweatshops members Rutgers USAS NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ- On March 23, the Rutgers United Students Against Sweatshops (USAS) invited Thailand native Noi Supalai to speak on behalf of her unacceptable experience working for a Nike-owned factory.

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Corefest Brings Underground Bands to Cook Campus

Corefest 2016 90.3 The Core NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ- On April 2, Piscataway-based radio station 90.3 The Core invites students and other local residents to attend their 5th annual music festival, this time at the Rutgers University Cook Student Center at 2:30pm.

New Brunswick Today
Alternate Side Parking Rules in Effect From April Through October

Parking ticket Megan Golish Last year, we asked our readers to submit questions using a new online platform called NBToday Listens. One anonymous reader asked us, "Why is alternate side street parking a thing?" Here is our answer.

New Brunswick Today
Sister Donates Kidney to Brother in Need

Willie Napier and Tangila Jordan Tangila Jordan NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ- On February 16, Tangila Jordan gave her brother Willie Napier the ultimate gift, her kidney. The surgery took place at 7:30 a.m. at Robert Wood Johnson Hospital. Napier was 15 years old when he was first diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes which has led to the recent failure of his kidney and pancreas.

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Permanent Housing Complex for Domestic Violence Survivors Opens in Downtown

Dina's Dwelling Ribbon Cutting Town Clock Development Corporation NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ-- On February 11, community organizers and residents gathered for the ribbon cutting of Dina's Dwellings, a community complex in downtown New Brunswick that offers permanent and supportive housing for survivors of domestic violence.

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Mary Lambert Visits Rutgers

Mary Lambert Megan Golish On February 10th, two time Grammy winner, Mary Lambert, flew in from Los Angeles to share her poetry and spoken word verses with Rutgers students at the College Ave Student Center. Lambert is best known for her gay rights single "Same Love" sang with acclaimed artists Macklemore and Ryan Lewis.

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New Brunswick Resident Nominated For a Grammy Award

Christopher Jermaine Holmes Christopher Jermaine Holmes NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ-- The 58th Grammys is right around the corner and pleased to showcase artists from far and wide, including New Brunswick's own Christopher Jermaine Holmes. The Grammy Awards is an annual ceremony that gives recognition to the outstanding accomplishments in the music industry.