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Matthew Menchaca completed all of his courses at Rutgers, but was unable to receive his diploma because he was an estimated $3,600 short of paying his tuition. Donations from 75 people allowed him to reach his goal and attain the funds necessary to graduate.
Rutgers alumna, Gianna DeVietro (right) was diagnosed with Leukemia last July. The women's basketball team is planning a bone marrow drive for Sunday to register potential donors.
Kevin Allred, an adjunct professor in the Department of Women's and Gender Studies, was taken for a mandatory psychological evaluation last November after allegedly making controversial statements on twitter and in his classroom. A University spokesperson said Allred will not be teaching next semester.
Last year, Rutgers Enactus qualified for regional and national competitions. Currently, the chapter is continuing to work with "Popcorn for the People," while also expanding its Youth Empowerment Services (YES) project.
The bioethical society collaborates with other organizations to promote important dialogues about current events. They are working to expand and increase their presence on campus.
Rutgers Speak Out allows students to share ideas through art and outreach. The group hosts workshops for members to attend.
The Irish Dance Club at Rutgers competed in two different regional competitions this semester, ranking in the top three for various events at both.
The College Avenue Players bring students together to practice comedy routines in front of the University community. The players allow aspiring comedians to gain some experience while at Rutgers.
The Thaakat Foundation raises funds for charity projects in third world countries. The Rutgers chapter also volunteers with local organizations, including domestic violence campaigns and soup kitchens.
The Alley, a student tailgate sponsored by Rutgers Athletics for the 2016 season, is being shut down after the first two home games of the season.
A 4 Effort is an improvisational comedy troupe that allows members to practice making audiences laugh. They perform in front of groups, and plan to hold educational workshops for other students interested in improv.
A dartboard with Jesus Christ in a crucified pose was taken down from the Art Library on the College Avenue campus on Thursday.
The Culinary Club teaches its members how to cook foods from different cultures across the world. Often, an established chef will visit the group to help teach the students how to create different meals.
The Rutgers ASL club teaches students how to use sign language, as well as about different aspects of deaf or hard-of-hearing life. They also work to dispel different misconceptions people have about those who cannot hear as well as the general populace.
Underwater basket weaving was offered more than a decade ago but was not widely taken. It is being offered again this semester as a non-credited course.
The Rutgers men’s rugby team was suspended in February due to violations of school policy. Their suspension will last at least through Aug. 1, when members can apply for reinstatement as an official group.
Ravi Naik, a 23-year-old Rutgers alumnus, was struck by a van carrying at least 13 people on Nov. 28.