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The Arab Cultural Club will host a banquet event in the Douglass Student Center’s Traye’s Hall to assist Syrian refugees on October 27th.The Syrian refugee crisis has been an ongoing problem for the past couple of years, and has escalated over the past couple of months, according to the page advertising the event.“The reason why we decided to do a banquet is because we want to have discussions about the Syrian crisis, but we also want to have other events, such as screening a documentary about it.” Said Nourin Abubaker, president of The Arab Cultural ClubA 3 year old Syrian boy washed up dead on a beach early last month, according to The Washington Post.
Disability Allies, a group dedicated to connecting people with disabilities with those who do not, had a barbecue and social event at Hardenbergh Hall Sunday afternoon.This event is one of many for Disability Allies and the other organizations that they work with.“We have an event every second Sunday of the month,” Said Sam Hartwell, member of Process This.Disability Allies partnered with the Young Adult Social Club of the National Alliance for Mental Illness (NAMI) for the event.
An article on USA Today proposes the idea that Facebook could be a valid tool to help students find jobs and careers.Facebook CEO and creator Mark Zuckerberg reports that the average U.S.
From the Real Housewives of New Jersey to professional boxers, the "Eat to Beat: Drug Addiction" fundraiser in New Brunswick drew the attention of many celebrities. Four restaurants participated in the fundraiser, which ran from Friday, Sept.
Dean Paula Van Riper passed away on Aug. 20, 2015 due to complications with myeloma, a relatively rare bone cancer.Van Riper was the director of Advising at the School of Arts and Sciences.
The Rutgers—New Brunswick campus was home to more than 2,507 students who identified as adult or non-traditional in Fall 2013, and the University College Community (UCC) was created to support these students, according to its website.
The the two leading ethnic majorities at Rutgers during the 2014 to 2015 school year were Caucasians and Asians, at 43 percent and 26 percent, respectively, according to University-produced statistics. The Latino population was in third place, at 12 percent, but Latinos, as a whole, are swelling rapidly in growth in the United States, with a population of 55.4 million in 2014, and it seems unlikely to slow — the Hispanic population is growing and is expected to reach 28 percent to 30 percent of the U.S. population by 2050.
Mental health is an issue that affects many college students, but a club at Rutgers is dedicated to reducing the stigma that surrounds the topic. Active Minds, a club at Rutgers that is a part of a larger national organization, is committed to fighting the stigma regarding mental health issues, such as depression, and helping students get professional help when necessary.
While many food drive participants only provide donated goods, not many get the opportunity to transport their donations themselves."Pack-a-Bus," a community service event jointly organized by Rutgers Against Hunger (RAH) and Community Service at Rutgers (CSAR) invites students to pack a University bus with goods such as peanut butter, canned chicken and tuna, diapers and baby formula April 17 on Morrell Street. Once the event ends at 3 p.m., donors will shuttle off with the bus to deliver the hundreds of pounds of food to the needy in New Jersey.