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Known as the “Thrift God,” Rutgers alumnus Che Stout took his carefully curated pop-up thrift store back to his alma mater this semester, setting up shop on College Avenue.
Chilis on Wheels, which is based in Brooklyn, New York, aims to supply communities with vegan food for people in need. The organization came to New Brunswick on Sunday.
School of Public Affairs and Administration senior Mujahid Henry was killed early Friday morning after a hit-and-run incident. The man who hit him has been arrested and charged with death by auto and leaving the scene of a fatal crime.
Chelsie Richie has become the ninth Rutgers student to be selected for the exclusive Gates Cambridge Scholarship. The award will fund her postgraduate studies at in the United Kingdom for one to three years.
Three students launched 23 Cuts last summer. The business, which operates through a house on Senior street has since gained popularity on campus as a go-to for Rutgers students.
The Rutgers housing system uses a combination of seniority points and randomly assigned lottery numbers to determine where students end up living. Meet this year's recipient of the ultimate prize — lottery number one.
Rutgers is hosting a competition for students on Instagram to provide one winner with free tuition for up to three credits this summer. Participants have to complete four different challenges to be considered for the grand prize, but anyone who completes a challenge will win smaller prizes throughout the semester.