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Sometimes, all you need is a little room to breathe."Breathing Room," a weekly peer-listening group, hosts small-group discussion sessions for those looking to connect with others in the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community, said Zaneta Rago-Craft, director of Student Affairs at the Center for Social Justice Education and LGBT Communities.
The Rutgers University Student Assembly passed all three agenda items presented on Feb. 11.The meeting started with guest Rutgers University Police Department (RUPD) Chief Kenneth Cop and Capt. Paul Fischer discussing the new communication services with the police forces through text.
Students on Livingston campus are buffeted by winds that carry their complaints out into the atmosphere.Yianni Tamanas, a School of Arts and Sciences senior and vice president of the Rutgers University Society of Physics Students, believes that the buildings on Livingston are aligned in such a way that funnels the air onto walkways where students pass.
Many different social media apps allow students to connect, but a new program aims to combine their most attractive features into one central program.
On Feb. 2, School of Arts and Sciences first-year Lamia Kandil and her friend found a mouse living inside the vending machine at Hickman Hall on Douglass campus.
Keeping your grades up might mean putting your cell phone down.
The Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) might change the game with their resolution to sell alcohol at athletic events.
For most students, hands-on research is the catalyst they need to help them land their dream job, with Rutgers' doctoral psychology program offering students more opportunities than most.The 2015 edition of “Best PsyD Programs in Clinical Psychology" named Rutgers one of the best in the country, according to the Best Counseling Degrees website.
Life is hard for children fleeing their homeland, harder yet if the child does not conform to cultural norms.A new study published by Edward Alessi, an assistant professor at the Rutgers School of Social Work, sheds light on the treatment of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) individuals overseas.The study, which was published in Child Abuse & Neglect on Nov.
From West Coast Swing to Lindy Hop,
the Rutgers University Swing Club danced the night away and participated in a variety of activities
The club hosted “Winter Westie,” its largest event of the semester on Saturday, Dec.
Hostility toward refugees increases distance between cultures and worlds rather than forging powerful positive relationships between the two, said Rachel Greco, a School of Arts and Sciences sophomore.On Nov. 16, Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.) publicly opposed the United States' acceptance of refugees from Syria.
Congregations from around New Brunswick have united once again to support immigration efforts for Syrian refugees. On Sunday, Nov. 15, religious organizations and community groups from the New Brunswick area participated in a walk-a-thon event to support Syrian refugees in the United States.
Health care is often seen as an economic issue in the United States, but more people should see it as a human rights perspective, said Paul Farmer, who spent several years providing medical services in underdeveloped nations. Farmer spoke to the University community last night at the College Avenue Gymnasium for the Honors College lecture series, in a talk titled "To Repair the World: Paul Farmer Speaks to the Next Generation."
The primary means by which students keep up with University news is through sharing articles on Facebook, said Sneha Choudhdary, a School of Arts and Sciences sophomore.But this mode of communication is not straight from the University president’s office.
At Rutgers, students juggling commitments or adjusting to a new lifestyle often find themselves overworked and overstressed.
Sitting late at night after a design meeting, a woman admits to her friend that she has struggled with her career in the fashion industry.
Using art to recognize the struggles the queer community faces is just one of the ways the Center for Social Justice Education and LGBT Communities raised awareness of these issues during Rutgers Ally Week.
The new Hillel facility is currently under construction on College Avenue, soon to be a meeting grounds for the Jewish community at the University.Rutgers Hillel is a non-profit organization dedicated to celebrating Judaism, said Rabbi Esther Reed, senior associate director of the group.
As the dependency on technology grows steadily, psychologists across the country are asking: are millennials losing their ability to relate to one another?A 2010 study at the University of Michigan found a 40 percent decline in empathy among college students, and New York Times writer Sherry Turkle attributes this phenomenon to electronics.At the University, technology is a double-edged sword for students.
A crowd of over 2000 fills a dimly-lit gym. A single purpose unifies all those attending: a will to understand the pressing and all-too-relevant issue of sexual violence.On October 1, the Office for Violence Prevention and Victim Assistance (VPVA) and Health Outreach, Promotion, and Education (HOPE) hosted a movie screening of “The Hunting Ground,” an eye-opening documentary about rape on campus.The film, released February of this year, details the struggle victims encounter with the legal system if they wish to pursue charges against their offender.