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University President Robert L. Barchi addressed the Rutgers community on Thursday night at the weekly RUSA meeting, answering questions and discussing the state of the school. He also told every student to vote on Tuesday, regardless of who they vote for.
Photo Illustration | Students experienced difficulties registering for classes on Sunday and Monday night due to two different errors with the WebReg system.
N.J. Senators Stephen Sweeney (D-3) and Sandra Cunningham (D-31) revealed a plan that would help students pay for college by spending three years in county college.
Rutgers hopes to beat the world record for the greatest number of people holding an abdominal plank on Tuesday night. The current record, set by the Rongxin Group, has 1,323 people in the list.
A RUSA committee is looking into picking one standardized clicker that can be used in every class, which would save students money. Different classrooms are equipped to work with different brands right now, which would require an infrastructure update first.
RUSA has asked the city of New Brunswick to build new sidewalks on Landing Lane, so that students can walk to football games from the College Avenue campus safely. At present, the path to High Point Solutions Stadium is dangerous.
The Center for Global Services provides a shuttle for international students to go grocery shopping off campus. While graduate students are the primary users of the shuttle, undergraduates can also take advantage of it.
Brown University will now offer free pads and tampons to students after their Undergraduate Student Council offered to subsidize those products. Their aim is to ease the financial burden on students these products provide.
Two Rutgers scientists debunked the “five-second rule” after testing various foods dropped on different types of flooring.
Photo Illustration | RU Listings is a new Craigslist alternative meant to help students safely sell or buy objects without having to post pictures on Facebook. A Rutgers email is required to register for the service, ensuring all users are members of the University community.
Rutgers has partnered with ticket agency Tix City to create a fan ticket exchange for Athletic games.
More than 800 students from different insitituitons attended the 10th semi-annual HackRU, a 24-hour marathon coding event. Competitors had the opportunity to attend Tech Talks as well as create unique projects at the event.
Students competed in teams of four during the Canoe Battleship contest on Tuesday night, trying to be the first to sink their foes. The ‘Aft Stokers’ won the overall first place during the night.
Islam Awareness Week aims to introduce students to the religion and clear up misconceptions people may have about Islam. Besides events, the week featured talks every night about Islam.
The No More campaign is dedicated to changing the conversation surrounding sexual assault and domestic violence in order to not only help victims, but also to try and end these issues as well.
Students should be more careful when crossing the street during dusk or at night, said University President Robert L. Barchi. He spoke about the issue with RUSA last month.
The Chabad House recently opened a café on the College Avenue campus. The cafe uses fresh, organic coffee beans in its brews.
More than 500 members of the Rutgers and New Brunswick community attended the Spring Festival Gala, which helped celebrate the Chinese new year.