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A free speech advocacy tour entitled “Unsafe Space” made its second stop at the Douglass Student Center last night in an attempt to spark new dialogue around free speech.
Yesterday, a small group of Rutgers students protested outside of the Douglass Student Center where a panel, entitled “Unsafe Space” was being held. The goal of the original event was to create a dialogue around identity politics and free speech on campus.
Today is the last day to vote in the Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) fall elections.Tonight at 11:45 p.m.
A Rutgers University assistant professor in the Department of Landscape Architecture was recently recognized with a 2017 Professional Award from the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA).When looking at climate and environmental issues, thoughts on what role landscape architecture might play are not at the forefront of most people’s thoughts.
The Rutgers University Police Department (RUPD) is currently investigating an off-campus aggravated assault that took place Saturday afternoon, according to a recent crime alert.The assault took place at approximately 5:20 p.m.
Students and members of the Rutgers community helped out at Scarlet Knights Team Up to Clean Up event this past Sunday by picking up garbage and debris around campus.Caryn Washington, the assistant director of Rutgers Off-Campus Living and Community Partnerships, launched the Scarlet Knights Team Up to Clean Up pilot program in the Fall of 2016, as an initiative focused on cleanups after football games in an attempt to foster a cleaner environment, she said in an email.“Our philosophy is whether you are a commuter, an on-campus resident or an off-campus resident, we are all a part of this community and should work together to keep our community clean,” Washington said.Ashley Morris, a Service Day intern with Rutgers Off-Campus Living and Community Partnerships and a School of Arts and Sciences sophomore, reiterated that opinion.Team Up to Clean Up is very important because students live on and off campus, and considering that the off-campus area is so close to on-campus, it is important to keep our neighbors in mind, Morris said.“It reminds us to respect their properties and their homes just as much as you would want yours respected as well,” she said.Washington said that Rutgers Off-Campus Living and Community Partnerships teams up with volunteers and people such as Donna Caputo, the recycling coordinator for the City of New Brunswick, in order to make these cleanups possible.“It sounds simple enough, let’s go out and pick up litter.
Today through Thursday the Rutgers University Programming Association (RUPA) is hosting the annual "Before I Die" wall event.According to the website, "Before I Die" is a global participatory public art project that urges people to reimagine their relationship with death and with one another.The first "Before I Die" wall was created on the side of an abandoned house in New Orleans by artist Candy Chang after the death of someone she loved, according to the website.
Kathleen John-Ader, an assistant professor in the Department of Landscape Architecture was awarded the 2017 Award of Excellence from a national society for a project that analyzed the climate and topography of Norway.
A Rutgers-affiliated individual told police that he was assaulted by a group outside of an off-campus party on Delafield street.
The Rutgers University Programming Association created the ‘Before I Die’ wall to encourage students to share experiences with one another and connect as a community. The wall will be making its way around the College Avenue, Cook and Livingston campuses.
This past Thursday was the first event of the new Young Athletes program held at the New Brunswick Free Public Library.Young Athletes, a national program sponsored by the Special Olympics, provides the equipment and trains the local organizers to create an inclusive sports program for children ages 2 through 7 years old.
Last Wednesday, the New Jersey Public Interest Research Group (NJPIRG) held a brief media event outside Starbucks on George Street to highlight the release of their national organization’s “Chain Reaction Report.” The report grades the 25 largest chain restaurants in the country on their policies concerning the routine use of antibiotics in livestock.Terese Osborne, a School of Arts and Sciences sophomore and the coordinator of NJPIRG's Save Antibiotics campaign, said that Starbucks was chosen as the location for the event because its grade improved this year from an F to a D+.“The reason why we want these policies changed is because the overuse of antibiotics on factory farms is a major breeding ground for superbugs, or bacteria resistant to antibiotics, which is a huge public health issue,” Osborne said.
A portion of Busch campus’ power grid went out for about an hour on Wednesday, leaving the Campus Center and many of the surrounding residence halls without electricity.The power outage lasted from approximately 2:30 to 3:10 p.m., and was caused by the malfunctioning of equipment that facilities crews were installing, said Neal Buccino, the assistant director of Public and Media Relations at Rutgers.Affected areas included residence halls such as Judson, Crosby, Morrow, Thomas, McCormick and Winkler, in addition to the Davidson complex and parts of the Busch Campus Center, he said.No classes were canceled and no evacuations were necessary.Margy Benavides, an Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy sophomore, is a student worker at the Library of Science and Medicine (LSM) on Busch campus and was there during the outage.She said that the Library of Science and Medicine never lost power, but the lights flickered.“I heard from students coming in and from Facebook that part of Busch had lost power,” Benavides said.
On Friday night, the Panhellenic Council at Rutgers released a statement on the Sigma Chi investigation, announcing that they will continue raising money for the Children’s Miracle Network while simultaneously cutting all ties to the fraternity.The Panhellenic Council is a governing body that represents a total of 1,000 female Rutgers students from 10 sororities.
Residents were evacuated from The Yard @ College Ave this afternoon after a grease fire on the 12th floor set off the alarms and sprinkler systems — but according to students on the scene, there was a notable gap between the evacuations of the top and the bottom floors.“The sprinkler system activated, causing water to reach lower floors down to the lobby,” said University spokesperson Neal Buccino.
With all of the variety at Rutgers University, there is one unifying experience — standing at a bus stop waiting 20 minutes for an LX.In response to frustration at long wait times and crowded buses, School of Arts and Sciences sophomore Daniel Thiberge created a change.org petition urging University President Robert L.
September is National Campus Safety Awareness Month, and Rutgers Off-Campus Living and Community Partnerships have dedicated a week to spreading awareness and advice on staying safe around campus.One of the events held on Wednesday was "Knights' Watch Academy" at The Yard, which featured a resource fair from 1 to 5 p.m.
The New Jersey Public Interest Research Group (NJPIRG) is working to register Rutgers students to vote in the upcoming gubernatorial election on Nov.