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Yesterday, the Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) met for the last time this semester. At its weekly meeting, the assembly elected the last of its internal officer positions.
Wednesday's town hall at the Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy focused on educating the Rutgers community on the opioid epidemic and how to move toward rehabilitative efforts outside the doctor's office.
On Thursday, the Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) had its weekly meeting, where it held budget presentations for the funding of student organizations next school year, and held its first round of internal elections.
Evan Covello, outgoing president of the Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA), gave the third annual State of the Assembly address at Thursday’s RUSA meeting.
Boris Paskhover is the leading facial plastics and reconstructive surgeon at the Rutgers New Jersey School of Medicine (RNJSM). As a Rutgers alumnus, Paskhover studied at three prestigious graduate universities on his way to becoming a leading facial plastics surgeons.
One of the most memorable sights during a Rutgers football game is the marching band, a 200-plus member athletic band that performs before the games start and during halftime. The “Marching Scarlet Knights” have been part of a Rutgers football ritual for more than a decade, and today the band promotes Rutgers spirit at every home football game.
Bitcoin is a word that often gets thrown around in business and computing circles, but for many it can be a confusing and strange concept. With the digital currency’s total value currently at $50 million and a flurry of social media attention toward it, many people are asking “what is Bitcoin?”
Candidates for president and vice president for the Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) 2018 Spring Election spent Thursday night debating issues at Rutgers and how their platforms would go about fixing them.
Edward Portnoy, a former Rutgers professor in the Department of Jewish Studies and Yiddish culture scholar, returned to campus on March 19 to give a talk about his new book “Bad Rabbi” that retells the obscure and outrageous stories of the Yiddish presses in the United States and Warsaw, Poland from 1880 to 1930.
University President Robert L. Barchi addressed budgeting, University growth and other student concerns at last night's Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) town hall.
In wake of the recent Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Florida, the debate over stricter gun control has been renewed throughout the nation. New Jersey remains one of the strictest states in terms of firearm regulation, with the majority of citizens favoring that laws stay the same or get stricter.
The Chancellor of Rutgers—New Brunswick, Debasish Dutt, gave his “State of Rutgers Address” yesterday in the east wing of the Academic Building on the College Avenue campus. He remarked on his time at Rutgers so far and his goals for the future in front of Rutgers’ faculty, staff, alumni and guests.
In response to an initiative by the Rutgers University Senate, the Student Affairs Committee drafted a 19-page-report on how to best increase student-voter turnout in all public elections.
The initiative by the Senate, called “Charge S-1702: Increasing Student Voter Turnout in Federal, State, and Local Elections,” asked the committee to “Investigate how the number of Rutgers students who vote in federal, state and local elections can be effectively increased. Consider what changes in policies, procedures and practices can best encourage voting by students, including making election days holidays. Make appropriate recommendations.”
Chancellor Debasish Dutta made his first town hall appearance at the Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) yesterday, where he held a town hall describing the current state of affairs at the University and took question from students.
Tuesday night, the Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pi sorority along with Sigma Alpha Mu hosted “Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader,” a fundraising event at the Hillel House on College Avenue.
Ben Sifuentes-Jáuregui, the vice chancellor for Undergraduate Academic Affairs and a professor in the Department of American Studies, addressed the Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) and members of the public during the assembly’s weekly Thursday meeting.
The founder of the highly influential #MeToo campaign and civil rights activist Tarana Burke gave a 2-hour presentation in front of more than 900 attendees last night at the College Avenue Gymnasium.
Burke first put together the phrase “Me Too” in 2007 to accompany her new nonprofit organization that supported victims of sexual assault and harassment, according to an NJ Advance Media article. Now, more than a decade later, she spoke to Rutgers about the development of the movement and the ongoing struggle against sexual violence and abuse.
This coming Friday, the Rutgers University Senate will meet at the Campus Center in Camden, where students, staff and faculty representatives from all factions of Rutgers will meet to discuss future policy and the University state of affairs.
The Senate is a body of 246 members from all campuses and schools within the University that is tasked with advising University officials including Rutgers President Robert L. Barchi and regulating important academic relationships and policies.
On Thursday, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Felicia McGinty spoke on her divisions goal of providing students with more resources to improve their experience at the University during the Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) weekly meeting.
Local community members and organizers gathered during an event hosted by the Rutgers Collaborative Center for Community-Based Research to discuss hunger relief and food insecurity on Wednesday.