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As the fall semester nears its end, undergraduate and graduate
students on all three University campuses have the opportunity to
anonymously comment on the quality of the class and their
instructor’s teaching skills.The Center for Teaching Advancement and Assessment Research
distributes the Student Instructional Rating Surveys at the end of
each academic semester for about 10,000 courses, said Monica
Devanas, director of faculty development and assessment programs at
In an effort to save students a few dollars, Mason Gross Student
Government Association along with the school’s deans are making an
effort to help ease the financial burden of students who often
travel from New Brunswick to New York City.
Across all Mason Gross departments — music, dance, theater and
visual arts — students are required to travel to New York City as
part of their coursework, said Elizabeth Zwierzynski, president of
The Rutgers Future Scholars will hit full capacity this upcoming
academic year at 1,000 scholars, and will represent a participating
class year from eighth to 12th grade. The mentoring program, which
provides select group of students from low-income backgrounds a
chance to prepare for college, also reached 100 mentors to guide
students throughout the year — doubling last year’s amount, said
Aramis Gutierrez, director of the Future Scholars program.
Protests continued yesterday evening for Barry Deloatch, a New
Brunswick man who last week was shot during an altercation with the
New Brunswick Police Department (NBPD) — and they do not look to
end soon. Family and friends of Deloatch as well as community
members began the fifth day of their march, which lasted for
several hours and blocked traffic along their route, which began
and ended at the intersection of Handy Street and Throop
The Rutgers rowing team competed last weekend amongst more than
50 collegiate teams at the Knecht Cup hosted by Villanova.
We all know that constant advances in technology have impacted
the lifestyle of everyone with access and simple tasks just getting
easier and easier. We can check exactly how many miles we can drive
before our gas supply is completely depleted, we can submit our
class assignments from the comfort of our beds and we can arrange a
rendezvous with an old friend in a matter of minutes. Technology
eliminated the hassle of many mundane activities, especially how we
document our lives.