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More than 35 Mason Gross School of the Arts seniors present their art at the 'Drawing a Blank' exhibition at the Civic Square Building in New Brunswick as part of their class required for graduation 'BFA Thesis Exhibition.' The above piece, "The Residents", was completed by Allison Siclaire, a photography major.

Sophomore reliever Rob Corsi returns to Pittsburgh, where he played his freshman season before Duquesne cut its program. The Oceanport,'N.J., native returned home to play for the Scarlet Knights, who face Pitt this weekend in a Big East series.

Randi Mack, assistant director of Student Centers, announces the closing of Mabel's Convenience store Tuesday at the DGC'meeting.

Tariq Ramadan, an Oxford University professor, talks about the importance of religious pluralism in the United States last night in the Cook Campus Center.

Florenz Cruz, an Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy junior, gives one of 15 monologues during the Office for Violence Prevention and Victim Assistance's production of 'The Vagina Monologues.'

Sophomore shortstop Pat Sweeney is hitting .300 in 17 games played this season for the Scarlet Knights.

Sophomore shortstop Pat Sweeney went 3-for-4 and drove in two runs Sunday in the Scarlet Knights' 7-3 rubber match loss to South Florida. Sweeney started 14 games this season in the absence of classmate Steve Nyisztor.

Indian classical music team RU SWARA performs Saturday night at the Nicholas Music Center on Douglass campus, as part of the 'Salaam Namaste' concert that ended a day of discussion which aimed to bring together the Indian and Pakistani communities.

Ehsaas Dance Team from Rutgers-Newark performs for a crowd Saturday night at the Nicholas Music Center on Douglass campus.

Penn Masala, the world's first Hindi a cappella group, makes a trip down to the University to sing for 'Salaam Namaste.'

A panel of speakers discuss understanding the connections between genocide and poverty during 'Honoring the Past, Building a Better Future' Wednesday night on Livingston campus.

Students and professors listen to live New York City webcasts Tuesday afternoon featuring four speakers as they discuss big business. The event helped gather participants for 'Walk into Action.'

Freshman left fielder Brian O'Grady registered the Knights' first hit and run in the leadoff spot for head coach Fred Hill yesterday against Columbia at Bainton Field.

Business students gather at the Annual Rutgers Business School Leadership Summit Wednesday night in the Rutgers Student Center on the College Avenue campus. Some representatives of the 20 corporations included AT&T, Goldman Sachs.

Sophomore shortstop Pat Sweeney left yesterday's game against Wagner in the third inning after spraining his ankle and being cleated on a collision at second base.

Senior third baseman D.J. Anderson went 2-for-2 at the plate for the Scarlet Knights yesterday, when he scored two runs against Wagner and drove in another in the loss.

Junior reliever Ryan'Fasano threw four innings for the Scarlet Knights and allowed one run after starter Willie Beard left in the first inning and reliever Sean'Campbell left Bainton'Field in an ambulance with a head injury.

University alumni, students and local members of the community talk about the moral judgments of carving names into a tree Wednesday night at the Student Activities Center on the College Avenue campus. They related the issue to ideas of consequentialism and virtue ethics.

Attendees at the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences Governing Council meeting on Monday night discuss two resolutions regarding the future costs of tuition for University students.

Jerome Kukor, dean of the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences Academic Programs and Research, explain details and plans of the school's convocation Tuesday night at the SEBS Governing Council meeting in the Cook Campus Center.

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