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The Hub Teen Center is a 17,000 square foot facility located at 411 Joyce Kilmer Avenue in New Brunswick. This center is the largest dedicated teen center in the state of New Jersey and provides engaging opportunities for teens ages 13-19 in New…

Sarah Lewis highlights the importance of religion and the bonds built between people of different communities united under common faith.

The Hyatt Regency New Brunswick is a hotel that offers dinning services, event hosting, and other services. While the Hyatt offers the typical services of a hotel, it can also be a site of tensions for workers and residents due to labor and racial…

The Hub Teen Recreation Center in New Brunswick is the largest teen recreation center in New Jersey. Programs offered at the Center vary from homework assistance, fitness and nutrition, dance, movie and theater appreciation, computers, and cultural…

Ciclovia, or cycleway, is one of New Brunswick Tomorrow's yearly activities since 2013 to encourage citizens to be physically active. Roadways are blocked off to allow citizens to freely walk and bicycle.

The Poile Zedek synagogue in New Brunswick. Founded in 1923, the site offered a place for New Brunswick's Jewish community to congregate.

Ciclovia, or cycleway, is one of New Brunswick Tomorrow's yearly activities since 2013 to encourage citizens to be physically active. Roadways are blocked off to allow citizens to freely walk and bicycle.

A still image of George Street in New Brunswick, New Jersey.

Claudio Mir discusses the migration of Puerto Rican students from the University of Puerto Rico to Rutgers University.

A depiction by Jack Lewis of citizens under the elevation in New Brunswick.
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