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Paul Rando, a former Rutgers student, is in the process of publishing a book about his adventures and efforts in disaster relief after Nepal’s 2015 earthquake.The book is a memoir called "We Look Up." It details his experiences volunteering in Nepal with All Hands, a U.S.
A Rutgers a cappella group is about to celebrate its 20th anniversary. Founded in 1998, Deep Treble is also one of the oldest a cappella groups at the University.The group’s objective is to provide music to the University community, local, national and international scenes, according to their website.
Traveling during winter recess can pose a financial burden to college students, so some students utilized Rutgers-sponsored programs and other cost reducing methods to travel abroad.Rutgers Global Brigades is a branch of a student-led organization with memberships spanning through North American and European universities, according to its website.Through this organization, students research, design and construct solutions to problems in the developing world, according to the website.
Olde Queens Tavern is ringing in the New Year with new bar tops in addition to their recently updated cement-epoxy floors.“When you have a bar with a lot of history like Olde Queens, it’s bound to accumulate a lot of wear and tear,” said Cesar Concepcion, a School of Arts and Sciences senior, bouncer and bar back at the Olde Queens Tavern.The renovations took place a few weeks ago and included improved countertops, updated from the ones added last June, said Frank Schweighardt, manager of Olde Queens Tavern.Schweighardt said the old floor had tiles popping out, especially after a busy night, that would require a lot of maintenance. “We’d have to come in and replace the tiles all the time.
For many out-of-state students, coming to Rutgers means experiencing the frustration of Route 18 rush-hour traffic and enjoying their first Wawa sub.
Two Rutgers psychological organizations have joined efforts to promote psychological opportunities for Rutgers students.
More than 60 high school students from around the state gathered for the Rutgers University Debate Union's (RUDU) first ever debate tournament on Sunday to debate topics ranging from pop culture and ethics to current events.
The Irish Dance Club recently placed first in the Fourth Annual Intercollegiate Irish Dance Festival and took several awards at the Catholic University of America's Cherry Blossom Irish Dance Competition.