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Aymann Ismail

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Red Lion Comedy Show

Students and Comedians share laughs in the Red Lion Cafe under the Rutgers Student Center in New Brunswick on November 15th.

LGBT Rally for Safe Space

The LGBT community march down College Avenue Campus in an effort to call attention to the need for queer friendly spaces on campus after the suicide of ...

Ginormous Games

U. students enjoy the various oversized games hosted by the Rutgers University Programming Association on Livingston campus.

Interview with J. Cole

After Rutgersfest 2010, J. Cole speaks with Aymann Ismail about his relationship with his fans and his experiences performing for college students across ...

Rutgersfest 2010

RUPA, RUSA, and Student Life join forces to bring students a musical lineup featuring P.O.S., J. Cole, Talib Kweli, and Brand New to this year's annual ...

Arab Street Festival

The Arab Cultural Club holds its annual Arab Street Festival to showcase important facets of arabic culture at Brower Commons on the College Avenue campus. ...

Tuition Rally

Students gather at the steps of Brower Commons to protest the raises in college tuition.

Islamic Awareness Week

The Muslim Student Association set up a tent outside Brower Commons on the College Avenue campus to dispel common misconceptions about the Muslim faith. ...

Arabic Calligraphy

As part of Islamic Awareness Week at Brower Commons, calligraphy artists take to the streets to demonstrate the ancient art.

Poetry Slam

Sigma Lambda Beta Fraternity and Verbal Mayhem host the Poetry Slam and bring out the best Slam Poetry artists to battle it out.

Battle of the Bands

Three bands go head to head for an oppoertunity to be headliners at RUPA's largest on campus music fest: Rutgersfest.

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Several music groups will hold a concert Oct. 23 on Douglass campus in memory of Austin 'Soup' Walter, a choir founder and former Glee Club director.

Takashi Horisaki's mixed-media installation, above, is an example of other pieces at the 'Planet of Slums' art show in the Mason Gross Galleries at Civic Square. The exhibit aims to show art's political and social potential.

The University welcomes more than 56,000 students, a 2,000 increase from last year. The University's retention and graduation rates continue to grow, with 93 percent of first-year students returning.

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