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Re: Rutgers-Newark Class of 2015 (2011-2012 cycle)

Postby iceicebaby » Mon Dec 12, 2011 2:39 pm

neeko wrote:
iceicebaby wrote:
neeko wrote:
iceicebaby wrote:Just got the e-mail acceptance today! How do you know if you get a scholly or not? Is it in the mailing or do they tell you if you get one straight up on the e-mail (and if they don't say anything does it mean you aren't getting a merit-based one)?

Either way, I'm excited!


Congrats! I got my scholly email right after my admissions email.


Thanks, you too! How long after the admittance e-mail did the scholly e-mail come? Sorry, I'm so impatient!


I just looked, I got the admissions email at 10:10 and the scholarship email at 10:13.


Ha thanks for checking that out for me! Looks like that means I probably didn't get one, but still, Rutgers-Newark is pretty a good value as it is.

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Re: Rutgers-Newark Class of 2015 (2011-2012 cycle)

Postby BrunetteElle » Tue Dec 13, 2011 12:14 am

neeko wrote:
BrunetteElle wrote:long time lurker, first time poster :wink: ... how sad is it that i had a dream that i heard from rutgers last night? law school apps = taking my time awake, taking my time asleep..what gives?!


I know the feeling! Hopefully you hear soon.

Is anyone else going to the open house in January? I want to but I don't know if I can get off work. I hope they hold one a little later on as well.


thanks, i hope so too! the wait is driving me crazy :/ i'm a reverse splitter...ugh.

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Re: Rutgers-Newark Class of 2015 (2011-2012 cycle)

Postby KibblesnBitts » Tue Dec 13, 2011 1:54 pm

Does anyone know the statistics for GPA after freshman year? I'm in with a nice scholly, and am now totally conflicted on where to go for law school.

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Re: Rutgers-Newark Class of 2015 (2011-2012 cycle)

Postby neeko » Tue Dec 13, 2011 2:04 pm

KibblesnBitts wrote:Does anyone know the statistics for GPA after freshman year? I'm in with a nice scholly, and am now totally conflicted on where to go for law school.


I emailed her about the scholarships. Here is what she said:


It’s per year – 1/2 each semester and will continue for the next 2 years provided you have a cumulative 3.0 GPA. This is the middle of our class. About 80% of our scholarship students retain their scholarship.

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Re: Rutgers-Newark Class of 2015 (2011-2012 cycle)

Postby KibblesnBitts » Tue Dec 13, 2011 2:08 pm

neeko wrote:
KibblesnBitts wrote:Does anyone know the statistics for GPA after freshman year? I'm in with a nice scholly, and am now totally conflicted on where to go for law school.


I emailed her about the scholarships. Here is what she said:


It’s per year – 1/2 each semester and will continue for the next 2 years provided you have a cumulative 3.0 GPA. This is the middle of our class. About 80% of our scholarship students retain their scholarship.


Wow. It's looking like I'm going to stick with the Rutgers University system for another 3 years then....

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Re: Rutgers-Newark Class of 2015 (2011-2012 cycle)

Postby neeko » Tue Dec 13, 2011 2:11 pm

KibblesnBitts wrote:
neeko wrote:
KibblesnBitts wrote:Does anyone know the statistics for GPA after freshman year? I'm in with a nice scholly, and am now totally conflicted on where to go for law school.


I emailed her about the scholarships. Here is what she said:


It’s per year – 1/2 each semester and will continue for the next 2 years provided you have a cumulative 3.0 GPA. This is the middle of our class. About 80% of our scholarship students retain their scholarship.


Wow. It's looking like I'm going to stick with the Rutgers University system for another 3 years then....


I am really liking this option as well.

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Re: Rutgers-Newark Class of 2015 (2011-2012 cycle)

Postby KibblesnBitts » Tue Dec 13, 2011 2:24 pm

neeko wrote:I am really liking this option as well.


Just wondering, are you a Rutgers undergrad/grad?

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Re: Rutgers-Newark Class of 2015 (2011-2012 cycle)

Postby neeko » Tue Dec 13, 2011 2:25 pm

KibblesnBitts wrote:
neeko wrote:I am really liking this option as well.


Just wondering, are you a Rutgers undergrad/grad?


Nope.

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Re: Rutgers-Newark Class of 2015 (2011-2012 cycle)

Postby king3780 » Tue Dec 13, 2011 6:10 pm

KibblesnBitts wrote:Does anyone know the statistics for GPA after freshman year? I'm in with a nice scholly, and am now totally conflicted on where to go for law school.


The school is fairly tight lipped about that kind of stuff, but anecdotally, my friends and I seem to have gotten progressively better grades in 2L and 3L. Some profs still curve (though some won't even say whether they curve or not, even after the fact), but I suspect some do not and so there are a few more As and A minuses to go around.

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Re: Rutgers-Newark Class of 2015 (2011-2012 cycle)

Postby mrtoren » Tue Dec 13, 2011 7:15 pm

Rutgers is very straight forward with their scholarships and their grading policies. Unlike many, if not most, law schools, they're not trying to make you lose the money..if you do, its on you.

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Re: Rutgers-Newark Class of 2015 (2011-2012 cycle)

Postby iceicebaby » Wed Dec 14, 2011 5:04 pm

Has anyone visited the school yet? If so, can you just give some brief insight into how nice it is or the vibe you got from your visit?

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Re: Rutgers-Newark Class of 2015 (2011-2012 cycle)

Postby buttonpusher » Wed Dec 14, 2011 5:29 pm

Has anyone visited the school yet? If so, can you just give some brief insight into how nice it is or the vibe you got from your visit?


I'm familiar with the area, which is a filthy, dangerous ghetto. Also be advised that as a "public" building, the homeless denizens of Newark congregate in the library to hang out & urinate/defecate in there.

Crime in Newark is out of control as the state of NJ recently gutted their police dept:

http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2011/0 ... rcent.html


The school's job placement is abysmal, with most grads pushed into Traffic Court clerkships and/or doc review. If this is the best school you could get into, take it as a sign that law just isn't your thing and move on. Check out some of Mark Greenberg's articles, he's a freelance writer and R-N alum who despises the school and writes frequently on what a complete waste of time a TTT JD truly is.

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Re: Rutgers-Newark Class of 2015 (2011-2012 cycle)

Postby iceicebaby » Wed Dec 14, 2011 5:32 pm

buttonpusher wrote:
Has anyone visited the school yet? If so, can you just give some brief insight into how nice it is or the vibe you got from your visit?


I'm familiar with the area, which is a filthy, dangerous ghetto. Also be advised that as a "public" building, the homeless denizens of Newark congregate in the library to hang out & urinate/defecate in there.

Crime in Newark is out of control as the state of NJ recently gutted their police dept:

http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2011/0 ... rcent.html


The school's job placement is abysmal, with most grads pushed into Traffic Court clerkships and/or doc review. If this is the best school you could get into, take it as a sign that law just isn't your thing and move on. Check out some of Mark Greenberg's articles, he's a freelance writer and R-N alum who despises the school and writes frequently on what a complete waste of time a TTT JD truly is.


Huh? Buttonpusher eh? I'm not even going to credit this response considering Rutgers is nowhere near a TTT. No shit Newark sucks... there's nothing new there. That's why I will be living in Hoboken if I go there. Anyone else have anything positive to say?

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Re: Rutgers-Newark Class of 2015 (2011-2012 cycle)

Postby KibblesnBitts » Wed Dec 14, 2011 5:40 pm

iceicebaby wrote:
buttonpusher wrote:
Has anyone visited the school yet? If so, can you just give some brief insight into how nice it is or the vibe you got from your visit?


I'm familiar with the area, which is a filthy, dangerous ghetto. Also be advised that as a "public" building, the homeless denizens of Newark congregate in the library to hang out & urinate/defecate in there.

Crime in Newark is out of control as the state of NJ recently gutted their police dept:

http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2011/0 ... rcent.html


The school's job placement is abysmal, with most grads pushed into Traffic Court clerkships and/or doc review. If this is the best school you could get into, take it as a sign that law just isn't your thing and move on. Check out some of Mark Greenberg's articles, he's a freelance writer and R-N alum who despises the school and writes frequently on what a complete waste of time a TTT JD truly is.


Huh? Buttonpusher eh? I'm not even going to credit this response considering Rutgers is nowhere near a TTT. No shit Newark sucks... there's nothing new there. That's why I will be living in Hoboken if I go there. Anyone else have anything positive to say?


I'm a Rutgers Undergrad right now in New Brunswick. For those who ultimately choose to go here - do NOT live in Newark. Hoboken or Jersey City are more expensive, but there's a vibrant nightlife and they're close to New York. Despite many faults with New Jersey Transit, it's overall a light rail/train system that works. Otherwise, in Newark itself the Rutgers area is safe. There are shuttle vans that will take you to and from the train station to Rutgers Newark, and to the law school as well.

The law school splits duties with the graduate program for Criminal Justice. But to get into the building, you have to show your RU ID or sign in with your information and why you're entering the building - there's always a guard on duty.

For those not from New Jersey, everyone in the state knows the Rutgers brand. You seriously can't go to any town....well maybe Vineland or in land of Pineys, and not see some vehicle showing or someone wearing something Rutgers. When you think of universities in New Jersey from New Jerseyans, the first thought is Rutgers. While this is an anecdotally-based argument, a very high amount of lawyers I've seen at the courthouse I intern at are graduates of Rutgers Newark.

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Re: Rutgers-Newark Class of 2015 (2011-2012 cycle)

Postby iceicebaby » Wed Dec 14, 2011 6:03 pm

KibblesnBitts wrote:
iceicebaby wrote:
buttonpusher wrote:
Has anyone visited the school yet? If so, can you just give some brief insight into how nice it is or the vibe you got from your visit?


I'm familiar with the area, which is a filthy, dangerous ghetto. Also be advised that as a "public" building, the homeless denizens of Newark congregate in the library to hang out & urinate/defecate in there.

Crime in Newark is out of control as the state of NJ recently gutted their police dept:

http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2011/0 ... rcent.html


The school's job placement is abysmal, with most grads pushed into Traffic Court clerkships and/or doc review. If this is the best school you could get into, take it as a sign that law just isn't your thing and move on. Check out some of Mark Greenberg's articles, he's a freelance writer and R-N alum who despises the school and writes frequently on what a complete waste of time a TTT JD truly is.


Huh? Buttonpusher eh? I'm not even going to credit this response considering Rutgers is nowhere near a TTT. No shit Newark sucks... there's nothing new there. That's why I will be living in Hoboken if I go there. Anyone else have anything positive to say?


I'm a Rutgers Undergrad right now in New Brunswick. For those who ultimately choose to go here - do NOT live in Newark. Hoboken or Jersey City are more expensive, but there's a vibrant nightlife and they're close to New York. Despite many faults with New Jersey Transit, it's overall a light rail/train system that works. Otherwise, in Newark itself the Rutgers area is safe. There are shuttle vans that will take you to and from the train station to Rutgers Newark, and to the law school as well.

The law school splits duties with the graduate program for Criminal Justice. But to get into the building, you have to show your RU ID or sign in with your information and why you're entering the building - there's always a guard on duty.

For those not from New Jersey, everyone in the state knows the Rutgers brand. You seriously can't go to any town....well maybe Vineland or in land of Pineys, and not see some vehicle showing or someone wearing something Rutgers. When you think of universities in New Jersey from New Jerseyans, the first thought is Rutgers. While this is an anecdotally-based argument, a very high amount of lawyers I've seen at the courthouse I intern at are graduates of Rutgers Newark.


Thanks!!!!!

I worked in NYC at an NLJ250 as a paralegal and I know that the Rutgers-Newark law grads can definitely get in at NYC firms. Personally, I am from CT and I love UConn so going to Rutgers kinda hurts, but you can't really make a decision about where to go to law school based on pride and prejudice. Yeah, Newark isn't great but NYC is right there and you don't have to live in Newark. Hoboken is a great time... pretty much filled with people in their 20's that love to work hard and party harder.

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Re: Rutgers-Newark Class of 2015 (2011-2012 cycle)

Postby mrtoren » Wed Dec 14, 2011 8:46 pm

buttonpusher wrote:
Has anyone visited the school yet? If so, can you just give some brief insight into how nice it is or the vibe you got from your visit?


I'm familiar with the area, which is a filthy, dangerous ghetto. Also be advised that as a "public" building, the homeless denizens of Newark congregate in the library to hang out & urinate/defecate in there.

Crime in Newark is out of control as the state of NJ recently gutted their police dept:

http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2011/0 ... rcent.html


The school's job placement is abysmal, with most grads pushed into Traffic Court clerkships and/or doc review. If this is the best school you could get into, take it as a sign that law just isn't your thing and move on. Check out some of Mark Greenberg's articles, he's a freelance writer and R-N alum who despises the school and writes frequently on what a complete waste of time a TTT JD truly is.

This guy is a douchebag. Do not listen to him.

I visited Rutgers-Newark in May. Newark is a city like any other...you need to know where you're going and be smart about getting there. Crime is high, but a lot of progress has been made in recent years; the city is really working to revamp its image. I don't think its on the "most dangerous" cities list anymore, or else its dropped substantially in the last few years. The article he cited is from April and it documents a short period of time. Since then, I don't think there have been any notable problems. Camden, on the other hand, is a story for a later date. The law school building, contrary to this moron's claims, is not open to the public. There is a security guard posted at the front desk and they check ID's before letting anyone inside. I had to wait for an escort from admissions before being allowed past the desk. It may have been free access in the past, but its definitely changed now.

The law school building was fairly nice. It was built in 2001 and sports the expected features from construction that new. The spiral staircase is fairly impressive and the law & justice seal on the floor below really stands out. On the bottom floor, there is a student lounge and a couple of locker rooms. I believe there is a cafe there as well, but it was closed when I visited during finals. The moot court room is on the main entry floor and looks pretty nice. Classrooms are scattered throughout. Its not an Ivy, but all things considered, I couldn't complain.

Feel free to PM me or ask me more questions about the school.

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Re: Rutgers-Newark Class of 2015 (2011-2012 cycle)

Postby king3780 » Wed Dec 14, 2011 8:48 pm

buttonpusher wrote:
Has anyone visited the school yet? If so, can you just give some brief insight into how nice it is or the vibe you got from your visit?


I'm familiar with the area, which is a filthy, dangerous ghetto. Also be advised that as a "public" building, the homeless denizens of Newark congregate in the library to hang out & urinate/defecate in there.

Crime in Newark is out of control as the state of NJ recently gutted their police dept:

http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2011/0 ... rcent.html


The school's job placement is abysmal, with most grads pushed into Traffic Court clerkships and/or doc review. If this is the best school you could get into, take it as a sign that law just isn't your thing and move on. Check out some of Mark Greenberg's articles, he's a freelance writer and R-N alum who despises the school and writes frequently on what a complete waste of time a TTT JD truly is.


Here's how not to have crime affect you in Newark: 1) Don't walk down the street talking on your Iphone. You're begging to have it jacked. 2) pay attention to your surroundings. see number 1. 3) don't come stumbling out of a bar by yourself at 2 am

As far as the homeless people in the library, that is kind of annoying. The library is also overrun by undergrads. And while both homeless and undergrads sometimes smell like urine, I'm almost positive they don't do any urinating or defecating in the library. Plus it's not like a haven for the homeless. It's like the same six people rotating through two at a time.

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Re: Rutgers-Newark Class of 2015 (2011-2012 cycle)

Postby king3780 » Wed Dec 14, 2011 8:51 pm

mrtoren wrote:
buttonpusher wrote:
Has anyone visited the school yet? If so, can you just give some brief insight into how nice it is or the vibe you got from your visit?


I'm familiar with the area, which is a filthy, dangerous ghetto. Also be advised that as a "public" building, the homeless denizens of Newark congregate in the library to hang out & urinate/defecate in there.

Crime in Newark is out of control as the state of NJ recently gutted their police dept:

http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2011/0 ... rcent.html


The school's job placement is abysmal, with most grads pushed into Traffic Court clerkships and/or doc review. If this is the best school you could get into, take it as a sign that law just isn't your thing and move on. Check out some of Mark Greenberg's articles, he's a freelance writer and R-N alum who despises the school and writes frequently on what a complete waste of time a TTT JD truly is.

This guy is a douchebag. Do not listen to him.

I visited Rutgers-Newark in May. Newark is a city like any other...you need to know where you're going and be smart about getting there. Crime is high, but a lot of progress has been made in recent years; the city is really working to revamp its image. I don't think its on the "most dangerous" cities list anymore, or else its dropped substantially in the last few years. The article he cited is from April and it documents a short period of time. Since then, I don't think there have been any notable problems. Camden, on the other hand, is a story for a later date. The law school building, contrary to this moron's claims, is not open to the public. There is a security guard posted at the front desk and they check ID's before letting anyone inside. I had to wait for an escort from admissions before being allowed past the desk. It may have been free access in the past, but its definitely changed now.

The law school building was fairly nice. It was built in 2001 and sports the expected features from construction that new. The spiral staircase is fairly impressive and the law & justice seal on the floor below really stands out. On the bottom floor, there is a student lounge and a couple of locker rooms. I believe there is a cafe there as well, but it was closed when I visited during finals. The moot court room is on the main entry floor and looks pretty nice. Classrooms are scattered throughout. Its not an Ivy, but all things considered, I couldn't complain.

Feel free to PM me or ask me more questions about the school.


The security at the building is hit or miss. You may have to check in, but that doesn't mean they keep people out, you just have to tell them who you are. Also, I'm not positive how strict they are. Maybe it's b/c I'm a 3L and they just recognize me, but at least half the time no one even looks at me long enough to determine if I have an ID. I've forgotten my ID and if you walk in like you know what you're doing you don't usually get stopped.

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Re: Rutgers-Newark Class of 2015 (2011-2012 cycle)

Postby buttonpusher » Wed Dec 14, 2011 9:21 pm

Thanks!!!!!

I worked in NYC at an NLJ250 as a paralegal and I know that the Rutgers-Newark law grads can definitely get in at NYC firms. Personally, I am from CT and I love UConn so going to Rutgers kinda hurts, but you can't really make a decision about where to go to law school based on pride and prejudice. Yeah, Newark isn't great but NYC is right there and you don't have to live in Newark. Hoboken is a great time... pretty much filled with people in their 20's that love to work hard and party harder.


Yep, and a truck driver with a GED can also win the Powerball.

Hoboken is very expensive on a student budget, similar in price to Manhattan. It's also packed with immature, hair-gelled frat boys and a corrupt sewer of a city. It's former mayor Peter Scammarano (a Seton Hall Law retard) is currently serving time in Federal prison for taking bribes).

Miss the Top 5% at R-N and you'll be at Barasso Consulting in Westfield, NJ, the biggest doc review in NJ. $29 an hour flat, no health insurance, no future. Place is an RN and Seton Hall class reunion! LOL!

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Re: Rutgers-Newark Class of 2015 (2011-2012 cycle)

Postby neeko » Wed Dec 14, 2011 9:29 pm

buttonpusher wrote:
Thanks!!!!!

I worked in NYC at an NLJ250 as a paralegal and I know that the Rutgers-Newark law grads can definitely get in at NYC firms. Personally, I am from CT and I love UConn so going to Rutgers kinda hurts, but you can't really make a decision about where to go to law school based on pride and prejudice. Yeah, Newark isn't great but NYC is right there and you don't have to live in Newark. Hoboken is a great time... pretty much filled with people in their 20's that love to work hard and party harder.


Yep, and a truck driver with a GED can also win the Powerball.

Hoboken is very expensive on a student budget, similar in price to Manhattan. It's also packed with immature, hair-gelled frat boys and a corrupt sewer of a city. It's former mayor Peter Scammarano (a Seton Hall Law retard) is currently serving time in Federal prison for taking bribes).

Miss the Top 5% at R-N and you'll be at Barasso Consulting in Westfield, NJ, the biggest doc review in NJ. $29 an hour flat, no health insurance, no future. Place is an RN and Seton Hall class reunion! LOL!


You're annoying.

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Re: Rutgers-Newark Class of 2015 (2011-2012 cycle)

Postby buttonpusher » Wed Dec 14, 2011 9:34 pm

I did an internship at Essex County Counsel's office at the big courthouse on MLK Blvd. My co-worker got carjacked and smashed in the face with a pistol right outside the R-N campus, while on her way home from work. Ended up with a fractured eye socket and nasty infection, which was hilarious since she was a "save the world, help people" liberal retard. She'd come all the way from California to attend a TTTTToilet like R-N.

They caught the dood her carjacked her later that week, he was 15 years old and in a gang.

Why would any sane person LITERALLY risk their life & limb to attend this comical TTT diploma mill? Newark is crazy bad, the homeless literally shit all over the sidewalk like dogs. Like on day I was walking to the Golden Krust on Market St to grab lunch and here's a homeless dood popping a squat between two parked cars. It was bitter cold out and steam was rising from his pile of turds. HE probably used his R-N "degree" as toilet paper to wipe with afterwards!

Besides that, NJ Biglaw doesn't even hire first years anymore, I think McCarter has had no summer class since 2008 and Lowenstein only takes "legacy" people thru nepotism and such. The biglaw placement from R-N is nearly all URMs, check the biglaw websites and you'll see nearly all the R-N grads at said firms are black chicks.

HTH

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Re: Rutgers-Newark Class of 2015 (2011-2012 cycle)

Postby vanwinkle » Wed Dec 14, 2011 11:41 pm

buttonpusher wrote:HTH

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Re: Rutgers-Newark Class of 2015 (2011-2012 cycle)

Postby ajax » Thu Dec 15, 2011 12:39 pm

buttonpusher wrote:
Thanks!!!!!

I worked in NYC at an NLJ250 as a paralegal and I know that the Rutgers-Newark law grads can definitely get in at NYC firms. Personally, I am from CT and I love UConn so going to Rutgers kinda hurts, but you can't really make a decision about where to go to law school based on pride and prejudice. Yeah, Newark isn't great but NYC is right there and you don't have to live in Newark. Hoboken is a great time... pretty much filled with people in their 20's that love to work hard and party harder.


Yep, and a truck driver with a GED can also win the Powerball.

Hoboken is very expensive on a student budget, similar in price to Manhattan. It's also packed with immature, hair-gelled frat boys and a corrupt sewer of a city. It's former mayor Peter Scammarano (a Seton Hall Law retard) is currently serving time in Federal prison for taking bribes).

Miss the Top 5% at R-N and you'll be at Barasso Consulting in Westfield, NJ, the biggest doc review in NJ. $29 an hour flat, no health insurance, no future. Place is an RN and Seton Hall class reunion! LOL!



After viewing your profile, you have been posting on TLS for 3 years now. That likely means you have a horrible job. If I had to guess, you probably failed to land a legitimate position because of poor attitude.

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Re: Rutgers-Newark Class of 2015 (2011-2012 cycle)

Postby iceicebaby » Thu Dec 15, 2011 2:57 pm

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Thought you all would appreciate this. Rutgers is a new school on the list at #49, but is in great company if you look at the other schools. Cheers.




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