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Junior 165-pounder Scott Winston handles Harvard’s Ian Roy on Jan. 6 en route to a pin at the College Avenue Gym. Winston is a likely No. 2 seed, while teammates Mario Mason, a junior 149-pounder, and junior 174-pounder will likely earn top seeds at EIWA’s.
Senior Jennifer Holzberg joined the Knights four years ago with Leonora Slatnick, who sits out her final season.
Junior 165-pounder Scott Winston sizes up a Harvard opponent Jan. 6.
Craig Owens performs the song “The Only Thing You Talk About” with his hard-rock band, Destroy Rebuild Until God Shows (D.R.U.G.S.), for more than 100 attendees. The Rutgers University Programming Association hosted the concert last night at the Rutgers Student Center multipurpose room.
Junior Scott Winston, top, controls Harvard’s Ian Roy on Jan. 6. Winston wants more than an EIWA?title this weekend.
Dharun Ravi and his lawyer Steven Altman walk into the Middlesex County Courtroom before yesterday’s trial.
Graduate students and faculty members learn ways of gaining research funding to improve health care on Busch campus yesterday at The Office of the Vice President for Research and Economic Development’s “Transforming Health Care: The Role of Science and Technology.”
Scott Park, a School of Engineering junior, chows down on samosas with his team The Samosas Slammers. The Desi International Youth Association sponsored the samosa-eating contest last night at the Busch Campus Center Multipurpose Room.
Steven Altman, Dharun Ravi’s attorney, followed by his assistant and Ravi, enter the second-floor courtroom of the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office during the second day of trial. The trial is expected to continue for three to four weeks.
The city passed an ordinance requiring cars to give cyclists a 3-foot clearance. Legislators are looking to make it a state law.
Sophomore?Stefania Balasa, above, and teammate Noor Judeh fell, 9-7, last week in doubles against Syracuse.
Frank Felder, the director of the Center for Energy, Economic and Environmental Policy, speaks about the “smart grid” and its future plans yesterday at the Busch Campus Center.
Darshana Darikh, a School of Arts and Sciences sophomore, shoots at a target as part of the Jain Association’s “Cultural Carnival” Wednesday at the Busch Campus Center.
Sophomore Vanessa Petrini was the only Knight to win Sunday in
both singles and doubles in Rutgers’ loss to Syracuse.
Tormel Pittman, a city activist, speaks out against the recent
New Brunswick shootings Wednesday at a city council meeting.
Senior 133-pounder Michael DeMarco controls his Brown opponent
Jan. 6. DeMarco will sit tonight in the Knights’ home finale
against Drexel while an injured LCL?and ruptured muscle heal.
Fellow seniors Billy Ashnault and Daniel Hopkins will take the
Sophomore guard Mike Poole scored a team-high 14 points, 8 in
the first half last night, when he shot 4-of-4 from the field.
Lawrence Wennogle, vice president of Drug Discovery at
Inter-Cellular Therapies, speaks last night on the company’s
research on drugs that will decelerate the effects of certain
mental disorders. The company is waiting to get drugs approved for
Head coach Mike Rice sighs Jan. 25 during a timeout against
DePaul. Referees ejected Rice against Louisville in the first
half, leaving associate head coach David Cox, back left, in
Economics Professor Mark Killingsworth speaks in front of more
than 150 School of Arts and Sciences faculty members in support of
transparency of the University’s intercollegiate athletic