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Ben Sifuentes-Jáuregui, the vice chancellor for Undergraduate Academic Affairs and a professor in the Department of American Studies, addressed the Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) and members of the public during the assembly’s weekly Thursday meeting.
The founder of the highly influential #MeToo campaign and civil rights activist Tarana Burke gave a 2-hour presentation in front of more than 900 attendees last night at the College Avenue Gymnasium.
Burke first put together the phrase “Me Too” in 2007 to accompany her new nonprofit organization that supported victims of sexual assault and harassment, according to an NJ Advance Media article. Now, more than a decade later, she spoke to Rutgers about the development of the movement and the ongoing struggle against sexual violence and abuse.
This coming Friday, the Rutgers University Senate will meet at the Campus Center in Camden, where students, staff and faculty representatives from all factions of Rutgers will meet to discuss future policy and the University state of affairs.
The Senate is a body of 246 members from all campuses and schools within the University that is tasked with advising University officials including Rutgers President Robert L. Barchi and regulating important academic relationships and policies.
On Thursday, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Felicia McGinty spoke on her divisions goal of providing students with more resources to improve their experience at the University during the Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) weekly meeting.
Local community members and organizers gathered during an event hosted by the Rutgers Collaborative Center for Community-Based Research to discuss hunger relief and food insecurity on Wednesday.
Pat Hobbs, director of Intercollegiate Athletics, spoke on the future of the Athletics Departments and its teams at the Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) at its weekly meeting last night as it voted on new legislation.
As part of its new updated curriculum, the Rutgers New Jersey Medical School (NJMS) will require all of its students to receive training that qualifies them to prescribe a new medication to treat against opioid abuse disorder.
On Friday, the Center for Human Evolutionary Studies hosted a presentation on the sense of smell and how human smelling power compares to that of other animals.
Alongside an increased demand for organic foods, raw milk has become more popular.
The Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) held its first weekly meeting of the semester yesterday at the Student Activities Center on College Avenue. The organization hosted two guest speakers from the Rutgers Office for Federal Relations who talked about their organization and how it promotes the interests of Rutgers and its students in Washington, D.C.
Following the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) December 2017 vote to end net neutrality, cities like Newark, New Jersey are looking inward to supply residents with what they consider a more objective network.
This semester marks the University's third semester using the Immersive Synchronous Lecture System, an innovative classroom style that allows faculty to teach in two places at once.
On Saturday, more than 100 people joined the alternative worker organization New Labor for its eighth-annual gala fundraiser at Rutgers.
Last Saturday, more than 7,000 Rutgers students, alumni, faculty and guests gathered on the College Avenue campus to take part in the annual "The Big Chill" 5-kilometer.
"The Big Chill" is a philanthropic event where participants can run, walk or otherwise travel a specific 3.1 mile course laid out on the College Avenue campus. Runners traveled southeast down College Avenue, turning to take George Street to a scenic path through Buccleuch Park, and then finally taking down Sicard Street back to College Avenue.