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In an attempt to get students to discuss their feelings on categorization in everyday life, Erica Buckley, a School of Arts and Sciences junior, right, directs students to cross a line to see if certain statements applied to them. RU Love hosted the event, based on the MTV show “If You Really Knew Me,” last night at the Livingston Student Center.
Jhoom Dynamix, a newly formed dance group, perform at Fashion Beyond Borders, hosted by the University’s chapter of Oxfam. The annual multicultural event celebrates diversity within the University community and this year raised money for Hurricane Sandy victims as well as victims in Haiti. The event took place in the multipurpose room at the Busch Campus Center last night. The show included groups of many different cultures and traditions.
Students from the Rutgers Jazz Guitar Ensemble perform an original piece, ‘Fox Den’ during a concert last night at the W. Robert and Leone Schare Recital Hall in the Marryott Music Building on the Douglass campus. Five groups performed classic jazz from musicians like Thelonious Monk and John Coltrane along with original
A student bikes across George Street in downtown New Brunswick, a busy road that does not feature designated bike lanes.
Sophomore guard Eli Carter attempts a shot contested by Princeton guard Denton Koon in Friday’s 58-52 win at the Tigers. Carter tallied a game-high 22 points in the Knights’ first win against Princeton under head coach Mike Rice and 16th in 60 tries on the road against the Tigers.
Some General Electric Healthcare employees share stories of coming out in the workplace Tuesday night at the Douglass Campus Center.
Janet Mock, a trans woman, stresses the need for more representation of LGBT people of color last night in the Douglass Campus Center.
Senior goalie Emmy Simpkins collected five saves Saturday, including a diving save in the 63rd minute to preserve a shutout bid against Colgate. The captain has 68 saves in her final season.
Defender Shannon Woeller is a senior, but she was not on the roster for Rutgers’ last NCAA?Tournament appearance in 2009. Only three Knights have experience in the tournament, all of which are seniors. Rutgers’ game against Colgate marks head coach Glenn Crooks’ sixth tourney.
Head coach Glenn Crooks has the Knights focused on tomorrow’s first-round matchup in the NCAA Tournament after Hurricane Sandy distractions.
Sophomore guard Briyona Canty played both guard positions in her freshman season. She was successful on the boards and defensively like Khadijah Rushdan, a former point guard, with 3.4 boards per game and 31 steals, but she struggled on the shooting end.
Hundreds of New?Jersey Democrats cheer upon learning that President Barack Obama is the projected winner of the 2012 presidential election last night at the Heldrich Hotel in downtown New Brunswick.
Sen. Bob Menendez secured about 58 percent of votes cast yesterday, and spoke at a rally held last night in the Heldrich Hotel in downtown New Brunswick.
Sen. Bob Menendez addresses the crowd last night about his victory at a rally hosted by the New Jersey Democratic State Commission in New Brunswick.
Rep. Frank Pallone says that his re-election will help him carry out a Democratic vision for the state of New Jersey, in regards to health care, hiring public officials and supporting education last night at the Heldrich Hotel in downtown New Brunswick.
Sen. Bob Menendez celebrates his victory in the state senatorial race against Republican Joe Kyrillos.
Senior defender Joe Setchell lifts in the Hale Center weight room with strength and conditioning coach Kyle Murray behind him, as well as junior midfielder Todd Webb. Setchell and Webb have a required regimen every weekday.