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Increasing communication, awareness and education are just a few of the ways the Active Minds at Rutgers is working to change the conversation about mental health on campus.The purpose of the group is to promote mental wellness and to ensure that those struggling with mental health are aware that they are not alone, said Austin Wong, president of Active Minds and a School of Environmental and Biological Sciences senior. “It is especially important to be aware of mental wellness because college stressors definitely play a part in students’ overall well-being," Wong said.Active Minds at Rutgers serves as a liaison between students and the mental health community by providing information about available resources, according to the organization's website.“During club meetings, I usually brief members on upcoming events that they can participate in.
While Rutgers students may be accustomed to the cold winters and constant traffic in New Jersey, these factors may have contributed to the influx of the population that left the state last year. New Jersey had a 63 percent outbound population in 2016, tied with New York, according to United Van Lines 40th Annual National Movers Study. Connecticut and Pennsylvania followed closely behind with 60 and 56 percent, respectively.“Frankly, it’s quite understandable,” said Chakeema Cruickshank, a School of Arts and Sciences sophomore.Most of those who left the state reported doing so for employment, according to the study.This year’s data reflects retirees’ location preferences as well.
Rutgers Speak Out gives students a non-judgemental platform to discuss controversial topics.
For many out-of-state students, coming to Rutgers means experiencing the frustration of Route 18 rush-hour traffic and enjoying their first Wawa sub.
In November, an English professor at Rutgers-Newark was one of seven authors from around the world to be recognized by the Lannan Foundation.
Much like a heated kernel, local non-profit group "Popcorn for the People" is looking to expand. And one club at Rutgers hopes to help.
The Network of enlightened Women (NeW) hopes to bring its campaign of encouraging students to "shatter the stereotypes about what young women believe today" to Rutgers starting next semester.
Two Rutgers psychological organizations have joined efforts to promote psychological opportunities for Rutgers students.
Two different bacteria may soon be used to fight drug-resistant pathogens, helping treat infections that are currently very difficult to manage.Daniel Kadouri, researcher with the Rutgers School of Dental Medicine, is studying the clinical application of predatory bacteria that could potentially fight their drug-resistant counterparts.
At Rutgers, the Fusion Club rises to the occasion of blending cultures and races.
Rutgers alumnus Bob Oliver of the Class of 1981 has been named to Ebony Magazine’s 2016 Power 100.
In celebration of 60 years at Rutgers University, the Jewish fraternity Alpha Epsilon Pi gathered with alumni to connect and share stories earlier this month.
Younger does not always mean healthier, at least when it comes to the increasing rates of strokes among adults. A Rutgers study shows the rate of strokes more than doubled among Generation X — people born between 1965 and 1974 — and declined for individuals over age 55.
While many students see the Raritan River as nothing more than a beautiful backdrop to the University, for some biology students, it is an integral part of the Rutgers experience.The Center for Ocean Observing Leadership (RU COOL), a Rutgers-based research team that devises new approaches to sample marine life, recently acquired a new research vessel.
Aquaculture, the farming of fish and other aquatic organisms, is becoming a major industry in the Garden State with resources and funding from Rutgers.
The Douglass Governing Council has spent this semester rebuilding the organization and revising its focus to better suit the needs of the Douglass Residential College.
An organization at Rutgers dedicates itself specifically to the growth and development of women in the historically male-dominated field of communications.
With the the holiday season approaching, students prepare for the winter weather with fun games and events at the Christmas Club.
Aspiring comedians and comedic writers can practice their trade with the College Avenue Players.
A Rutgers professor and his research team are working to develop a simpler and cheaper way to contain radioactive waste.