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An Easter egg hunt was held at The Yard on the College Avenue campus on Thursday, inviting community members and students alike to join in on the holiday festivities.Prizes were given out throughout the afternoon and an Easter bunny stole the show as people were quick to take pictures with the notable figure.“This is the first April we’re open so this is the first Easter egg hunt we’ve had,” said Megan Feneis, a communications associate at the New Brunswick Development Corporation (DEVCO). “We’re absolutely planning on having more in the future.” The event involved half-hour segments in kicking off each "hunt." Participants rushed to find and claim the best prizes.“Inside the eggs, there are gift cards to The Yard and numerous retailers, there’s also coupons and candy,” Fenneis said.
The Rutgers Paintball Team will be competing in the 2017 National Collegiate Paintball Association (NCPA) national championships from April 21 to 23 in Kissimmee, Florida.Also competing will be Clemson University, Drexel, East Carolina, Texas A&M, Pennsylvania State and more.“This is our third nationals, our first nationals we finished 50th out of 51st,” said Tyler Egrie, a School of Arts and Sciences senior.
A unit within the Division of Continuing Studies, Rutgers Makerspace, employs an inclusive environment for students and community members to make their projects a reality. Recently, a club was created to utilize the Makerspace facility and expand its outreach.“We’ve had over 500 students in this building just this semester,” said Lee Pagenkopf, program coordinator at the Rutgers Center of for Innovation Education. It is only a few weeks into the semester and the group already has more attendance than during the fall semester, he said.The Makerspace student club meets every Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.m.
Rutgers buses act as the primary form of transportation for many students, who collectively take an estimated 70,000 bus trips every day, according to a previous Daily Targum article. But operating a large-scale bus system can often create inconsistencies — including the times and locations when bus drivers choose to take breaks. Students noted that breaks, taken at inopportune times, can lead them to arrive late to classes.
The Monmouth Film Festival will soon offer a platform for independent filmmakers to gain exposure and network with other artists, press and industry professionals after it launches later this week for its inaugural season, according to their website.The festival will be held at the Two River Theater in Red Bank, N.J.
The Network of enlightened Women (NeW) hopes to bring its campaign of encouraging students to "shatter the stereotypes about what young women believe today" to Rutgers starting next semester.
With enrollment at Rutgers on the rise, the school's transit system has become increasingly overwhelmed.
In a constant battle for LGBT rights, significant strides have been made, including the nationwide legalization of gay marriage.
Rutgers Dining Services is responsible for feeding more than 40,000 students on the New Brunswick campus, a task that leads to them distributing more than 6.7 million meals annually.
Rutgers researchers have developed a new app that will allow people to upload images of objects in their community that may influence alcohol or drug use.