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Incoming first-year students interested in filmmaking visited the Rutgers Filmmaking Center Open House at Civic Square this past Sunday. The event, which provided faculty tours and info sessions, previewed the best of what the program has to offer students.
A free speech advocacy tour entitled “Unsafe Space” made its second stop at the Douglass Student Center last night in an attempt to spark new dialogue around free speech. The event included a panel of speakers and was met with a counter-protest from campus organizations including Black Lives Matter and Rutgers One.
London-based musician Jonas Blue visited Rutgers students this past Wednesday at Mortensen Hall. The event, hosted by Music Technology at Mason Gross, featured a Q&A session along with a meet and greet.
Following Colorado’s 2012 decision to legalize recreational marijuana, a nationwide initiative prompted states to reconsider the parameters that dictate cannabis use. New Jersey is one of the states currently debating its legalization, with a controversy surrounding whether to decriminalize the Schedule I drug.
Plant-based positivity rolled into New Brunswick with Chilis on Wheels this past Sunday, delivering warm, vegan meals to those in need.
It is garden salads for the Garden State this Thursday at the Food Forward Conference, a healthy eating initiative focused on plant-based eating, in conjunction with the University.
University libraries and members of the Middlesex County Office of Arts and History Commission discussed Native American art culture along with the group’s marginalization this past Tuesday at the Alexander Library.
The chimes that once sounded curfew now ring in the voices of Douglass College alumni, echoing progressive thinking and educational reform for women over a century later.
This weekend, Rutgers predicted cloudy skies with a chance of Bad Suns, and that's exactly what happened.
Victims of the American economic depression and other similar cross-cultural tragedies have their struggles reimagined through documentary photography at the new Zimmerli Art Museum exhibit.
Local police are investigating an aggravated assault that occurred between a Rutgers student and unknown perpetrator this past Sunday. The altercation took place around 12:43 a.m. on Delafield Street, roughly half a mile from the Rutgers Student Center.
With the fall semester well underway, University clubs and organizations are helping mitigate the anticipation of Halloween with fun activities throughout the coming months.
Somewhere over the Raritan and in Highland Park, the yearly "Arts in the Park" festival is held, showcasing the work of independent vendors and encouraging members of the community to support their local businesses.
Upon repurposing what once stood as Au Bon Pain, Panera’s newest College Avenue location is now open for students and faculty seeking their daily bread bowl fix.
The spirit of Dance Marathon starts early with Club DM, an event that stirred excitement among students for an upcoming year of fundraising events and good times.
Earlier this week, the 25th annual Rites of Passage Ceremony commemorated the accomplishments of black and Latinx Rutgers graduates.
Graduating from county college tasks many sophomores with a second wave of applications and, for a while, finishing his remaining two years at Rutgers seemed unrealistic for School of Arts and Sciences senior Sean Brown.
A millennial-driven call for change has swept through Neilson Dining Hall, taking with it the refrigerated chicken breasts and greasy french fries.
In memoriam of Yom Hashoah, Rutgers Hillel honored guest speaker Tova Friedman, a renowned Holocaust survivor, on the eve of remembrance. The event featured her first-person account of life in a concentration camp and was followed by a Q&A session at the end of the night.
Artist Jamila Woods, featured in the song “Blessings” by Chance the Rapper, performed an acoustic set at the Douglass Student Center this past Wednesday.