Carl O.E. Bosenberg

Carl O.E. Bosenberg, 96, died Dec. 6 at the Francis E. Parker Memorial Home, Piscataway. Born Sept. 29, 1919, in Jugenheim, Germany, he came to the United States with his parents, Henry F. and Martha Bosenberg, settling in North Brunswick in 1924. He began working as a young boy with his father in the family …

Local college student organizes global event in one month

By JENNIFER AMATO Staff Writer NORTH BRUNSWICK — A young man from North Brunswick organized a competition that has a global impact. Umair Masood, a sophomore at Rutgers University, served as campus director for the seventh annual Hult Prize competition at Rutgers on Dec. 5, when 10 teams competed to solve former President Bill Clinton’s …

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FRANK GALIPO Leonard Feber, 4, of Tinton Falls, plays on the beach at Victory Park, Rumson, on Dec. 13.

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STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER ERIC SUCAR Hanukkah, the Festival of Lights, is being celebrated by Jews around the world from Dec. 6-13.

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PHOTO COURTESY OF JERRY BERGEN Jerry Bergen, Bo Malyk and Bruce Rogan are attempting to identify and locate their classmates from McGuinness, Wade and Weber schools in East Brunswick from the early 1950s. Any friends or family members can contact Bergen at jerber0@yahoo.com, Rogan at rogan_ tn@comcast.net or Malyk at bonosit666@hotmail.com.

Scholarships available for visual arts students

Rutgers University’s Mason Gross School of the Arts has announced that beginning next fall, all incoming visual arts graduate students will receive scholarships equivalent to full out-of-state tuition in the first year and full in-state tuition for the second year of the Master of Fine Arts (MFA) program. The scholarships reflect the school’s belief that …