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Calling on people to talk about their volunteering experience, Steve Adubato set the stage for discussions regarding leadership and community engagement on campus. Adubato spoke on the need for students to burst from the bubble that separates Rutgers from the New Brunswick community.
Students who are avid coffee drinkers may be susceptible to a decrease in their GPA based on their daily consumption. Those who drank one cup of coffee daily had a GPA of 3.41, two cups a day had a 3.39 and those who drank five or more cups of coffee had an average GPA of 3.28.
Even though a majority of University operations close during Thanksgiving, Dining Halls offer a Thanksgiving dinner the week prior. Additionally, The Rutgers Club hosts a two-day pre-Thanksgiving luncheon buffet on Nov. 15 and 16, costing students $16.
Rutgers is now the home of the first student-run chapter of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, a national nonprofit organization that advocates for gun control legislation and reform.
With its first meeting slated after Thanksgiving break, the inaugural Rutgers student chapter of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, a national nonprofit organization that advocates for gun control legislation and reform, is underway and currently recruiting new members. Lauren Kaminskas currently serves as the organization's president.
On Thursday evening the Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) invited University President Robert L. Barchi to speak with students, addressing a wide array of issues regarding academic freedom rights of faculty and the reported offshore investments by the University.
Approximately 1.4 million individuals identify as transgender, according to The New York Times.
In order to to help raise the visibility of transgender and gender non-binary people on campus, several organizations at Rutgers including RU Transmissions, the Center for Social Justice Education (SJE), LLEGO and Rutgers Queer People of Color came together this past week to host several events in honor of Trans Awareness and Empowerment Week.
More than 3,000 children die from cancer each year, according to the Amanda Riley Foundation. To counter this, and other childhood terminal illnesses, the Rutgers UNICEF chapter will host a fundraiser for World Children’s Day.
With Thanksgiving and winter break quickly approaching, Rutgers University operations will begin to see a change in schedule and offer students different activities.
Tiffany Chen, a School of Environmental and Biological Sciences first-year, said that she is very excited to be going home for break.
This week, the governor-elect appointed 81 individuals to one of the most diverse transition teams in the state’s history.
Head swimming and diving coach Petra Martin has resigned amid allegations of psychological abuse, according to a report by NJ Advance Media.
The Center for American Women and Politics (CAWP) is holding a two-day conference this spring to encourage women’s leadership and involvement in New Jersey politics.
This March, the center will host "Ready to Run New Jersey," a nonpartisan conference dedicated to helping elect women into public office. The Ready to Run campaign got its start at Rutgers and is now a nationwide program.
This Spring, the Center for American Women and Politics will host Ready to Run New Jersey to teach women campaign strategies and ways become active members in politics. The event was initiated at the University and has since gained national attention.
Every year Rutgers selects a group of 200 first-generation students with outstanding academic determination to take part in a program that ultimately helps them become the first in their family to attend college. So far it has helped 1,800 graduate.