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Earlier today, students discovered a series of recruitment posters for the white supremacist group Identity Evropa plastered on University buildings.Photographed on the College Avenue, Douglass and Livingston campuses, these flyers featured the phrase “Our Generation, Our Future, Our Last Chance,” with the organization’s name dominating the bottom third of the page. The flyers are the same ones that prompted a heated protest at New York University in late September. Identity Evropa is a relatively new "alt-right" organization with direct ties to the "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville this August, which ended in violence.
Every year, hundreds of thousands of students decide that they want to become lawyers, attorneys or judges.
The lack of holidays officially recognized by the University creates difficulties for students who observe religious holidays that do not coincide with breaks during the academic year.Dory Devlin, the director of University News and Media Relations at Rutgers, said that the University does not cancel classes on religious holidays, and the choice to attend class is left to the student.“Rutgers does not schedule days off for any religious holidays,” Devlin said.
Rutgers Professor Francisco Javier Diez-Garias is soaring to new heights after the launch of his latest project — the Naviator submersible drone. The Naviator is the first unmanned aerial-underwater vehicle of its kind and can transition from water to air seamlessly.Diez, a renowned professor in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, has been crafting this invention for nearly five years.
As the conversation about climate change reaches a fever pitch in the United States, the Rutgers Climate Institute is turning words into action. In July, the U.S.
On Valentine’s Day, many men are willing to jump through hoops to please their significant other.