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Former Rutgers football player San San Te is starring in a new HGTV program alongside his sister, focused on renovating homes and designing new furniture in North Carolina.
Te was the kicker for Rutgers from 2007 to 2011, under former head coach Greg Schiano. He graduated from the University in 2012 with a bachelor's degree in communications and a minor in history.
In 2014, approximately 3.7 percent of American adults used electronic cigarettes, according to a survey done by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
The vaping and electronic-cigarette industry has grown sizably over the years as it integrates into mainstream culture. In 2015, the industry brought in an estimate of $3.7 billion in revenue, according to a Forbes report. A study published in Research and Markets on the growing trend of e-cigarettes and vaping found that the industry could possibly bring in $27 billion by the year 2022, according to cspdailynews.com.
For the last 25 years, the Student Instructional Rating Survey (SIRS) has helped faculty members shape their teaching approach while giving students a chance to express their opinions and criticisms.
Located on Livingston campus, the Office of the New Jersey State Climatologist is the go-to place for answering or addressing issues related to weather and climate in the state.
More than 3,000 children die from cancer each year, according to the Amanda Riley Foundation. To counter this, and other childhood terminal illnesses, the Rutgers UNICEF chapter will host a fundraiser for World Children’s Day.
University buses are a crucial component of life on campus for students and faculty. First Transit, the private transportation company that provides Rutgers with buses, explained their hiring process. Bus drivers are employed through First Transit, a company that provides buses for 242 different locations in the United States, many of which are universities like Rutgers, said Jay Brock, the spokesperson for First Transit.
After Hurricane Maria left Puerto Rico devastated, local Rutgers businesses started to hold fundraisers and events in order to raise money for relief efforts for the U.S.
Over a year after its creation, The Rutgers Student Food Pantry located at 39 Union St. on College Avenue continues to operate successfully and provide items for food insecure students. The pantry bank mostly operates on donations and contains a variety of foods including pasta and canned meats and soups.
The State Theatre New Jersey hosted the world famous Popovich Comedy Pet Theater last Saturday, a performance which featured tricks and stunts by rescue animals from shelters all across the country.Gregory Popovich is a comedian who has been performing for over 30 years.
The Rutgers Business School continues to face some backlash after an incident where business students were turned away from the career fair for failing to meet their dress code policy.On Feb.
The seventh annual Rutgers Got Talent show was held at the Livingston Student Center on Monday night.
The Arab Cultural Club at Rutgers works hard to raise awareness on campus about Arab culture and to inform other students about their traditions.The club's biggest event of the year is their annual Street Festival in April on the College Avenue campus.
Former Rutgers football player Eric LeGrand now serves as a source of widespread inspiration for those suffering from paralysis through his involvement in "Team LeGrand of the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation," an organization that gives rehabilitation and recovery services for those with paralysis. LeGrand began his college football career in 2008 as a defensive tackle under then-head football coach Greg Schiano.
David Greenberg, a professor in the departments of History and Journalism & Media Studies won a was awarded the National Council of Teacher of English Orwell Award last month for his book, Republic of Spin.
Being deaf never stopped Mason Gross School of the Arts senior Anna Gichan from dancing.
The next President of the United States will have to face the growing concern over climate change.