Rosalba Mendoza, leads a zumba demonstration at the Rutgers Landscape Architecture Club's sixth annual "PARK(ing) Day." In partnership with the American Society of Landscape Architects, urban spaces such as New Brunswick turn into relaxation spots. 
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Rutgers Landscape Architecture Club brings green living to urban New Brunswick parking spots

On Sept. 15, The Rutgers Landscape Architecture Club hosted its sixth annual “PARK(ing) Day,” a nationally recognized day that aims to turn urban spaces such as New Brunswick into serene relaxation spots. In partnership with the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) of New Jersey, members of the club worked together to turn two street parking spots on Seminary Place on College Avenue into a parklet featuring yoga and meditation sessions led by professionals, Zumba dance lessons, arts and crafts activities, a bike maintenance station and live music for the public to enjoy.

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At some point in every student’s time at Rutgers, they will experience the feeling of overwhelming anxiety with eyes fixed to a WebReg loading screen, only to find more than half of the classes they have chosen have closed by the time it loads. Many of us Scarlet Knights call this sensation the “RU Screw.” As grueling as the process of registering for classes can be, it can be made a little bit easier with some tips, tricks and hacks. If you haven't already met, introduce yourself to Degree Navigator and Course Schedule Planner and make them your best friends. With Degree Navigator, you can see the requirements you've completed and what you have left, as well as which classes fulfill missing requirements. Course Schedule Planner lets you pick as many courses as you want and plot out your schedule without officially registering you.

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