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Rutgers professors and interns released about 10,000 3-month-old horseshoe crabs into the Delaware Bay earlier this month. The release was a public outreach event in a larger research project toward rebuilding the horseshoe crab population in that area.
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. The event included a panel of speakers and was met with a counter-protest from campus organizations including Black Lives Matter and Rutgers One.
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.”
This past Thursday was the first event of the new Young Athletes program held at the New Brunswick Free Public Library.
The New Jersey Public Interest Research Group (NJPIRG) is working to register Rutgers students to vote in the upcoming gubernatorial election on Nov. 7.
Austin Schlessinger, a Rutgers Business School sophomore, has designed an application that he said will revolutionize the way people connect with one another. The app, available only for iPhone, is called Napkn.
The Rutgers chapter of Young Americans for Liberty held its first meeting this past Wednesday.
On Thursday, The Greene Turtle Sports Bar and Grille in North Brunswick will be hosting an all-day fundraiser for “Into the Light,” a charity event organized by the Mazzini sisters — Sophia, a Rutgers Business School sophomore and Artemis, a School of Arts and Sciences senior.
A team of 11 Rutgers students is competing to set a Guinness World Record for the highest alka-rocket launch ever. If they win, their names will be in the Guinness Book of World Records and they will receive a prize of $25,000.
On Sunday afternoon, over 300 gamers crowded into the College Avenue Student Center for "Fall Friendlies," an annual gaming party hosted by Rutgers Esports.
School of Environmental and Biological Sciences senior Saloni Sawant has been competing in beauty pageants for as long as she has been a student at Rutgers, culminating in August, she competed in America's Miss World.
In July, School of Arts and Sciences junior Andrea Vacchiano appeared on the Fox News morning show "Fox & Friends" to criticize "Language Matters," a seminar that is part of the University's orientation program for incoming first-year students.
As a Muslim organization, the Ahlul-Bayt Student Association (ABSA) represents the views and concerns of the Shia minority at Rutgers. But topics of the group's events are universally relevant, and the organization ensures that people of all backgrounds are always welcome.
On Friday, the legacy of Rutgers women involved in social activism was celebrated at the release party for UNherD. The project featured portrait photographs of 24 current students who are involved in social activism.
In its latest student advocacy effort, the Douglass Governing Council has turned its attention to the lack of food and grocery options available on Cook and Douglass campuses.
A team of Rutgers University—Newark graduate students took first place at this year's Trading Challenge.
On Tuesday night, when the temperature reached over 80 degrees Fahrenheit, Rutgers students cooled off by playing "Canoe Battleship" at the Cook/Douglass Recreation Center.
Rutgers' Center for the Study of Genocide and Human Rights recently held their Voices of North Korean Dissent lecture.
Two Rutgers alumni have recently released a new app called Sponte, which allows users to informally plan events and coordinate with friends.
Every spring at Rutgers, the Muslim Student Association (MSA) hosts Islam Awareness week to engage with the larger Rutgers community and educate people about the Islamic religion and culture.