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Rutgers students aim to put an end to hazing through Rutgers Hazing Prevention Week (RHPW), a week-long series of events created to help students become more socially responsible and aware.RHPW takes place to affirm greek life’s dedication to a safe campus, said Erin Kearns, a School of Environmental and Biological Sciences senior and member of Gamma Sigma Alpha.
Lace up your sneakers and bundle up your heavy coats because on October 17th the G.O.Y.A. Project is hosting their 14th Annual Literacy Walk.The Literacy Walk, through monetary and school supplies donations, is going to bring books and school supplies to the Dominican Republic, Sierra Leone and Rutgers’ hometown, New Brunswick, according to their Facebook page.
Starbucks is known for its lattes and coffee, but also its long lines that take patience to wait through.
Rutgers students now have the opportunity to win free prizes every day.Campus Pursuit is a new app available to University students that offers scavenger hunts for prizes for brands including Chipotle and KIND Snacks.The app was launched in 2014 at Binghamton University by roommates Sachar Avraham and Scott Wisotsky. The two wanted to give businesses a new platform for advertising to students, Wisotsky said.
When Bergen Community College junior Lawrence Gicaro lost his mother to bone marrow cancer in early August and his father to a brain aneurism a month later, Gicaro's cousin Amanda Ocampo and other family members stepped up to the plate to help him heal.Ocampo, a Montclair State University junior, began a GoFundMe on Sept.
The evening began by transporting students “Under ‘One’ Sky”: The Douglass Student Center was dim and the walls were lined with white, decorative lights that resembled stars.The Rutgers’ chapter of a national initiative for sustainable policy called "One," hosted an information session on Wednesday night.Student leader, Lakshmi Kalluri, a School of Management and Labor Relations junior, hosted the evening.
Are unpaid internships merely resume boosters for the rich?With competition in the job market on the rise, internships are becoming an increasingly important experience for students to have.
It is not everyday someone at your school launches a successful and booming app. With connectivity and accessibility being key components to enjoying a healthy social life, there is a market for apps to suggest locations for people to choose to meet and enjoy each other’s company.
Rutgers is home to many well-known alumni, from "Sex in the City" actress Kristin Davis to "The Sopranos" actor James Gandolfini. Last Thursday, another successful alumnus paid a visit to the University.
Blood tests are rarely fun, and for individuals suffering from a disease, the discomfort may be compounded. But a new technology, called "Lab-on-a-Chip," aims to make the process more bearable."Lab-on-a-Chip" is a field of research with promising applications, said Mehdi Ghodbane, a Rutgers alumnus.
Rutgers' Theta Chi fraternity, determined to bolster the University's lackluster alumni donation rate, is at the forefront of driving rates upward.
Even though there are no generally accepted personal-finance guidelines regarding the payment of college tuition, a new paper from an education nonprofit is suggesting that a new benchmark is necessary for higher education.In a paper released on Aug.
No one likes a tuition increase, but several incoming students will be more at ease this year as Rutgers plans to offer scholarships for select health majors following a surprising tuition hike for the fall.
With 15 competitors, a Republican candidate for president needs to make their positions known. One of their best opportunities to do so is during the primary debates, the first of which took place last month.The Eagleton Institute of Politics will host “Popcorn and Politics,” a debate-watch for the Republican debate tomorrow, said Elizabeth Matto, Director of the Youth Political Participation Program within the institute.