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University of Connecticut professor Cathy Schlund-Vials, left, and Cambodian refugee and rapper PraCh Ly discuss the difficulty in bringing the Khmer Rouge to justice following a screening of the documentary “Enemies of the People” on Monday night at the Rutgers Student Center on the College Avenue campus. Around 60 people attended the event on the war crimes perpetrated by the Cambodian rebel group.
Senior forward Monique Oliver attempts a shot against LIU-Brooklyn’s Tamika Guz last night in Rutgers’ 58-32 win en route to her thousandth-career point.
Freshman guard Precious Person leads a drive last night against LIU Brooklyn. Person led the backcourt with a career-high 12 points off 6-for-7 shooting to lead all Knights guards in scoring. She played only 15 minutes against the Black
Semra Kurucan, Montclair State University Turkish Student Association president, serves coffee for attendees of the “Turkish Coffee House” last night at the Rutgers Student Center multipurpose room on the College Avenue campus.
Berna Sahin, a Montclair State University junior pours coffee for volunteers to serve to students. Coffee is an important part of life in Turkey, as it marks important occasions like proposals.
Members of Lambda Theta Phi, a Latin cultural fraternity, perform a step dance routine during the 13th annual “Step and Stroll Show Exhibition” Saturday night in the Rutgers Student Center on the College Avenue campus. Seven fraternities and sororities choreographed step dances in the event, hosted by Latin sorority Lambda Theta Alpha, which had a heroes versus villains theme. A portion of funds generated from the event will go toward the charitable organization RU 4 Kids.
George Moore, a School of Arts and Sciences senior, performs a theatrical reading of his original poem, which focused on his feelings toward his love interest last night in Murray Hall. Verbal Mayhem members invited students to share stories about how they survived Hurricane Sandy along with other disasters in their lives at their first November meeting.
Head coach Dan Donigan continued practices in case Rutgers made the NCAA?Tournament, only to end in disappointment.
Allison Kopicki, polling editor at The New York Times and University alumna, says President Barack Obama’s response to Hurricane Sandy played a factor yesterday in 64 percent of respondents voting decisions.
Anna Little says she would have appealed Obamacare if she were elected last night at the Crowne Plaza in Edison, N.J.
Attendees wait for poll results for the sixth Congressional District at Republican challenger Anna Little’s rally last night at Crowne Plaza in Edison, N.J.
Debbie Izzo and Brajesh Singh review the tally for the sixth Congressional District last night in Edison.
Goalkeeper Emmy Simpkins is one of five seniors whose careers could end if the Knights do not make the NCAA Tournament, which they have not done since 2009 when Rutgers lost in Round 2.
Cornerback Tejay Johnson, a redshirt freshman,?prepares to tackle Connecticut’s Nick Williams, who fumbled on the play Oct. 6 on a first-half kickoff return.
Senior goalie Kevin McMullen fights to extend his college career in what could be his last game tonight against Villanova. A loss would remove the Knights from Big East Tournament contention.
Senior defender Dragan Naumoski is one of three seniors who plays his final home game tonight at Yurcak Field.
Senior defender Dragan Naumoski filled in at middle back for freshman Mitchell Taintor, who was suspended for one game.
Freshman defender Mitchell Taintor is suspended for tomorrow against Cincinnati for sustaining his fifth yellow card this year.
Junior forward Kene Eze earned his first assist of the season Rutgers’ only goal in a 2-1 loss last night to No. 10 St. John’s.
Nancy Abrams, an international performer, sings about the effects science has on the government Tuesday on Busch campus.