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Being able to hit someone in the face and still be friends means a lot, said Neha Ghosh, a martial arts instructor for the Rutgers Martial Arts Club. With its unique mix of styles and close-knit community, RMAC gives members the opportunity to challenge themselves in the discipline of self-defense and fighting, said Ghosh, who graduated last year.
While sitting in a bar, Ben Sifuentes-Jáuregui noticed a man was typing on his phone animatedly. After a while, the man got up and walked over to another man in the bar. Sifuentes-Jáuregui realized it was the man that first had been texting. The days of walking around looking at people’s bodies, making eye contact and starting conversations are gone, Sifuentes-Jáuregui said.
Jon Scott learned how to read at the age of 10. At 11, he learned the entire multiplication table in four hours. Scott is a former resident of the Stelton Colony, also called the Ferrer Colony, an anarchist intentional community that was once located just off of the current Livingston campus.
Six finalists gathered in the Rutgers Student Center on the College Avenue campus last night to present proposals in hopes of winning $1,000. The Changemaker Challenge is an initiative as part of Changemakers Week, which showcases social businesses and entrepreneurs. The week was meant to inspire students to make the change they wish to see in the world, said Jennifer Lee, a Rutgers Business School junior.
Although people have different ethnicities, cultural backgrounds and languages, Distinguished Professor Wang Ning said all human beings share similar ideas. In a lecture yesterday entitled “Cosmopolitanism, World Literature and the Internationalization of Modern Chinese Literature” Ning of Tsinghua University, spoke of cosmopolitanism, which is the idea of a cultural identity, yesterday at Brower Commons on the College Avenue campus.
Studying different organisms’ reproductive cells might help researchers further understand how new generations develop, said Gary Wessel, professor of biology in the Department of Molecular Biology, Cell Biology and Biochemistry at Brown University. University scientists, professors and students gathered yesterday in the Life Sciences Building on Busch campus to attend a seminar by Wessel, titled, “Let’s Try it This Way — Diversity in Germ Line Determination.”
The mission of the National Society of Leadership and Success is to build strong future leaders and is now furthered by its community service branch. Seshiru Ohi, current co-president of the Rutgers chapter of NSLS, said she received her invitation during the summer before her sophomore year. She had never been a part of a national organization, so NSLS intrigued her immediately.