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Freshman midfielder Samatha Budd had her first career hat trick in the Scarlet Knights’ 15-5 victory over Ohio State and will look to be one of the team’s key players for the rest of the season.
Junior attacker Nicole Kopyta scored her team-leading 18th goal of the season in the Scarlet Knights’ dominating 15-5 victory over conference foe Ohio State on Friday night.
Leaders from the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) and the Center for Women's Global Leadership (CWGL) contributed to an open forum on Wednesday at Rutgers.
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In his book, Iwan Morgan explores the lasting impact that Former President Ronald Reagan had on politics and his relationship with racial issues. Morgan spoke about his work at Rutgers on Monday.
The day-long Douglass Residential College Career Conference took place in Sunday in the Douglass Student Center. The annual event included speakers, facilitated conversations and free food.
Students enjoyed an alcohol-free night at Lollanobooza last Friday in the College Avenue Students Center. The 90's themed event featured free food, games and activities.
Rutgers alumni and Johnson and Johnson’s Chief Procurement Officer, Len DeCandia, shared his career experiences and advice with School of Engineering students.