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NJPIRG Office, 104 Bayard St. Suite 102
Chapter ChairElected leader of the chapter.
SecretaryElected secretary of the chapter
NVPNew Voters Project is a grassroots initiative to Get Out The Vote on campus, but also to institutionalize voting among students. Rutgers should make voting easier. From RAs having voter registration forms at your first floor meeting to busing students to the polls, there's so much Rutgers can do to make voting easier.
100%100% renewable energy is 100% possible. Join our campaign to get Rutgers to commit to running on 100% renewable energy by 2050.
Save the Pell Grant!The Pell Grant helps millions of lower income students attend college each year, and right now its funding is on the chopping block. Help us save the Pell Grant!
ABXWawa: Save Antibiotics. The threat is real, and it's here. Join our work to stop the overuse of live-saving medicine by getting regional chain Wawa to stop serving meat raised with the routine use of antibiotics.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 7th, 2017
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KFC To Eliminate Use of Medically Important Antibiotics from Chicken Supply Announcement is a Major Victory for Consumers and Public Health
Louisville, KY – The growing ranks of global health ex...
PISCATAWAY - The New Jersey Public Interest Research Group (NJPIRG) Student Chapter at Rutgers University-New Brunswick hosted a panel discussion featuring two distinguished Rutgers professors and the state director of the Humane Society to discuss antibiotic resistance and what can be done to prote...
The New Jersey Public Interest Group (NJPIRG) recently published a new report titled “Renewable Energy 100: The Course to a Carbon-Free Campus,” detailing how colleges like Rutgers can lead the way by running on 100 percent renewable energy.
The report was published jointly with Environment New J...
New Brunswick – America’s colleges and universities are positioned to lead the transition to 100 percent renewable energy according to a report released today by Environment New Jersey Research & Policy Center and NJPIRG Student Chapters. The report stresses that a complete shift to clean, ren...