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"Yule Ball" attracts roughly 100 people each year. A majority of attendees are from outside the Muggle Mayhem family and come to enjoy a good time while fundraising for a good cause.
Despite an increase in University crime alerts this semester, authorities assure students that crime in New Brunswick is declining. The New Brunswick Police Department reported a shooting on Hamilton Street this past weekend under the Clery Act, which protects students by providing transparency regarding crime around campus.
Every Sunday, The Yard @ College Avenue welcomes students to get down(ward dog) with free outdoor yoga. Through breath control, meditation and simple poses, the classes offer a unique way for students to de-stress on campus.
Rutgers busses operate on 15 weekday and three weekend routes. First Transit, the transportation service that runs University bus operations has created the second largest transportation system in New Jersey since 2011.
Since last year, the counseling center at Rutgers has seen a 16 percent increase in the number of students attending group therapy.
Yesterday, a small group of Rutgers students protested outside of the Douglass Student Center where a panel, entitled “Unsafe Space” was being held. The goal of the original event was to create a dialogue around identity politics and free speech on campus.
Following The Targum's coverage of Sigma Chi's probation, the Rutgers Panhellenic Council became the first greek community to speak out on the investigation. The president of Sigma Chi has not yet responded to a request for comment.
Last Wednesday, Music Technology at Mason Gross hosted a Q&A event with Jonas Blue, a musician who has collaborated with Ellie Goulding, Disclosure and Zedd. The event took place on campus in the recording studio of Mortensen Hall.
The number of students utilizing the resources offered by CAPS has increased dramatically over the course of the last year, with more than 4,000 students making appointments. Attendance for group sessions has also increased by 16 percent.