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Campus MovieFest provides students all over the United States with the necessary equipment to film their own movies in the span of a week. Past winners of the event have earned over $2 million in prizes and had the chance to screen their work at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival.
At their meeting last Thursday, the Rutgers University Student Assembly held a Mental Health Town Hall. Speakers at the event discussed resources available to students as well as new initiatives on campus related to mental health.
The policy upheld by Rutgers Health Services regarding doctor's notes is meant to keep students from visiting centers for the sole purpose of getting out of class, but some professors still require written verification for excused absences.
Currently, Rutgers follows state and federal guidelines for maternity and family leave. The American Association of University Professors (AAUP-AFT) at Rutgers is working to expand options for faculty members in small departments.
After competing in the Campus MovieFest, an event hosted by the Rutgers University Programming Association, a group of Rutgers students were chosen to showcase their work at the prestigious Cannes film festival in France.
On Monday night, the Rutgers Salsa Club brought live music, dancing and food into the College Avenue Gymnasium for their 17th annual "RU Salsa Project."
The Rutgers University Programming Association (RUPA) brought students together on Wednesday night for Campus MovieFest, where the top 16 films were selected to compete in Atlanta at a national competition.
GAYpril, which is coordinated by the Center for Social Justice Education and LGBT Communities (SJE), consists of one month of lectures, workshops and events like the Demarest Drag Show.
The Rutgers University Programming Association is working to expand their passerby events, which would allow students to integrate activities like crafting into their busy schedules.
Mike Colter, the star of Marvel’s “Luke Cage,” spoke at the Douglass Student Center on Wednesday night to talk about his career and the driving forces behind it. Colter is an alumnus of the Mason Gross School of the Arts.
Rutgers alumna Alice Aycock spoke at the Kathleen W. Ludwig Global Village Learning Center on Douglass campus — a building dedicated to women and global issues. Her artwork is known its architectural style and integration into the landscapes it is built on.