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At $ to $7 each, Rutgers Cinema on Livingston campus allows students to purchase movie tickets at the lowest prices in New Jersey. Watching movies has been a common pass-time in American culture for many years. People use motion pictures to take their mind off the real world for a moment, which is a break students can use in their stressful academic lives that doesn’t involve getting intoxicated. We laurel Rutgers Cinema for offering students the chance to see new films for reasonable prices.
Students spend an enormous amount of time sitting on buses going to and from class. Additionally, many introverted students often do not feel comfortable speaking publicly, and as a result decide not to participate in class to the extent that they need to for full credit. Ian Dunham, a doctoral student in the School of Arts and Sciences, said that online courses can significantly benefit students with social anxieties among other things, such as issues with verbal fluency. Student lives can be stressful. We laurel the availability of online courses for their many beneficial factors to students.
Being a student is difficult enough in and of itself, but when you add parenthood to the mix it can seem almost impossible without help from your institution of higher education. Unsatisfied with the minimal help they had received from the University, Rutgers Students With Children (RSWC) has been pushing to be heard by the University administration for the past two years. In an open letter to Barchi, RSWC discussed its task in advocating for institutional reform with regard to student-parents. They have had over 35 meetings with members of the administration, and have received more than 400 signatures on their petition. We laurel RSWC for their efforts, and consider their work in speaking up for themselves inspiring.
OUT WITH OPIOIDS
Rutgers’ New Jersey Medical School (NJMS) will require all of its students to receive training that qualifies them to prescribe buprenorphine, a medication to treat against opioid abuse disorder. Buprenorphine has the ability to both reduce addict dependency and partially satisfy one's craving for the drug, preventing withdrawal and other complications. Opioid abuse is an enormous issue, especially in New Jersey, and the trend is only increasing. We laurel NJMS for making this a requirement and helping push toward an opioid addiction free population.
Rutgers alumnus Jim Simos founded an organization that decorates wreaths on the graves of deceased Rutgers alumni who were U.S. military veterans.
Five senior cadets in Rutgers’ Air Force ROTC, Detachment 485, will move on to preparation for careers in the U.S. military after they graduate this year. Colin Chehanske, Sean Han, Mallory Kusakavitch, Jackie Nazario and Yesenia Padilla are in their fourth year of the leadership-based program that aims to set cadets up for service as commissioned officers. Future military positions of these students include intelligence officer, cyberspace operations, aircraft maintenance and space operations. We laurel Rutgers’ Air Force ROTC and the senior cadets for their hard work and dedication to service to our country.
Among the multiple Rutgers alumni named to PolitickerNJ and InsiderNJ’s lists of N.J. politicians with the most power and momentum were Shariq Ahmad, a Rutgers alumnus who previously worked for Sen. Bob Menendez (D-N.J.), and Marc Pfeiffer, a senior policy fellow at Rutgers’ Bloustein Local Government Research Center. Michael DuHaime, who graduated from Rutgers in 1995, has been ranked on the list every year since 2001. We laurel the many Rutgers alumni that were named to these impressive lists for continuing to show the world the level of the school’s prestige.
Rutgers researchers have developed new technology that can turn a solid surface into a touch-screen. The device, called VibWrite because it works by transmitting high-frequency vibrations through the surface it is mounted on, will allow the user to unlock things like their front door, car or any other lock by drawing a pattern or gesture on the surface. We laurel the Rutgers scientists involved with this invention for helping to maintain the University’s high standing in terms of scientific research.
POWER TO THE STUDENTSNew Jersey Student Power, an organization devoted to developing networks of student activists, and Anakbayan New Jersey, a Filipino-American group that advocates for free education and social services, held their first meeting for the New Jersey Student Power Network on Saturday.
RESPECT FOR STUDENT AFFAIRSThe Division of Student Affairs has introduced a new campaign to the Rutgers community which aims to promote a more inclusive campus.
BIG BUCKS FOR ARESTY
TAKE A BREATH WITH SJEThe Rutgers Center for Social Justice Education and LGBT Communities (SJE) has been advertising their Breathing Room, which they have deemed as an open space where students can speak to one another about real-life, everyday issues.
TEAM UP TO CLEAN UPThe Rutgers community came together last Sunday to pick up garbage and debris around campus as part of the Scarlet Knights Team Up to Clean Up event.
FOOD FOR ALLThe Rutgers Student Food Pantry has been working with the New Brunswick Farmer's Market to create a new system involving “market bucks” that students can use.
RUTGERS ON TOPWhile we were out enjoying summer vacation, the University earned a prestigious title.
JOINING THE WINNER CIRCLEThis year seems to be a good one for Rutgers students in terms of awards, and School of Arts and Sciences senior Chelsie Richie adds on to the list.
RUTGERS HAS A BIG HEARTThe Rutgers chapter of the national organization Big Hearts to Little Hearts helps raise money and awareness for those suffering from congenital heart disease.