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Rutgers Recreation hosted ‘RU Muddy’ on Friday beginning at the Livingston Recreation Center and continuing through the Rutgers Ecological Preserve.
The run featured a 3.5 mile trail with watercrossings, wall climbs and a mud pit at the end of the run.
Nancy Kranich, along with other librarians at the university and nationwide, is starting a revolution. Kranich, a part time lecturer in the School of Communication and Information, led a discussion called “Privacy Conversation Forum,” yesterday at Alexander Library on the College Avenue campus.
Nancy Kranich, a part-time lecturer for SC&I, led the ’Privacy Conversation Forum’ yesterday at Alexander Library on the College Avenue campus.
The conversation, which took place during ‘Banned Books Week,’ encouraged the Rutgers community to discuss issues around privacy rights as well as the recent information released about the National Security Agency.
Nursing students on the East Coast may notice that securing jobs is harder than ever. But three Rutgers students are working to both advance their own careers and those of prospective nurses across New Jersey.
Along with new apartments, new businesses and new buildings, Livingston campus has acquired new technology for modeling and creating objects — using only a printer. The Rutgers Makerspace club, formerly known as the 3-D Printing Club meets every Tuesday evening at 35 Berrue Circle, Piscataway on the Livingston campus.
The 3-D printing lab, located at 35 Berrue Circle, came to the Livingston campus last November. The introduction of the printers has spurred do-it-yourself movements, such as the Rutgers Makerspace Club and a Byrne Seminar focusing on the 3-D printing process.
Stephanie Huang, president of New Jersey Nursing Students Inc., is working to bring networking opportunities for students in the nursing field.
As Tulsi Desai walked to class on Busch campus Monday, a man texting on his Segway rammed into her. After class, Desai, a School of Arts and Sciences sophomore, visited Kevin Lu and Deepak Shanmuganandamurthy’s suite and told them about her unfortunate encounter.
Students enlisted in the Rutgers Reserve Officers’ Training Corps have come home after testing their grit and intelligence at a month-long training camp at Joint Base Lewis-McChord in Ft. Lewis, Wash.
Xiaohang Jie, a School of Arts and Science junior, performed yesterday in ‘RUVoice’ hosted by the Rutgers Chinese Student and Scholar Association.
Irene Pepperberg spent 30 years working with a colleague named Alex, an African Grey parrot who voiced plenty of input for her research. The film, “Life with Alex,” documents Pepperberg’s extraordinary accomplishments, and is premiering on the East Coast tonight at 7 p.m. as part of the New Jersey Film Festival at Voorhees Hall on the College Avenue campus said Al Nigrin, executive director of the festival.
‘Life of Alex,’ a film about a researcher’s work with an African Grey parrot, will premiere tonight at 7 p.m. at the New Jersey Film Festival at Voorhees Hall.
Campuses nationwide are cluttered with bulletin boards, but some think it is time to make outdated technology a thing of the past. Three Rutgers Business School students are creating a website, CampusBord, to update students on campus happenings. They are currently relying on crowd funding to get the project off the ground.
When Jason Belzer graduated from Rutgers six years ago, he was unable to procure a job as a sports agent, so he simply decided to create his own management company. “I just said, ‘You know what? I’m going to go through this by myself,’ and I started my own company,” Belzer said.