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New student applications are up 7.3 percent at Rutgers—New Brunswick and 9.3 percent across the board. Admissions take place during the spring into summer.
The Department of Transportation Services (DOTS) ensures that student complaints are taken into account when finding new improvements to the University’s bus system, such as improved location services that will soon be added. THE DAILY TARGUM / FEBRUARY 2016
Wellness On The Go offers massages, yoga, henna tattoos and other services to student organizations at locations all across campus like the College Avenue Gymnasium. The program hosts select events during finals week that help students de-stress.
Since the Hillel House opened its doors on College Avenue, members have noticed a growing community of students. Benjamin Bass, Hillel’s newly elected president, said he hopes to expand that community to other campuses.
Among his list of proposed expenditures for fiscal year 2019, Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) said that he plans on revamping the NJ Transit system commonly used by students and faculty on their daily commutes.
Next to their father Philip Mazzini who died in 2016, Sophia Mazzini and Artemis Mazzini, the founders of Into the Light, started a 5K run/walk to help spread awareness for mental health. It is in the process of becoming a club at Rutgers.