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The Student Affairs Committee, a part of the University Senate, furthers student goals and issues in the Rutgers governing body.

Maryland's Jake Rozhansky celebrates scoring a golden goal against Rutgers in double-overtime Friday as the Terrapins defeat the Knights 2-1 after 104 minutes of action.

ONE at Rutgers hosted a screening of “He Named Me Malala,” a film based on the life of activist Malala Yousafzai, an 18-year-old who has fought for all women’s right to go to school for the last seven years of her life.

Lance Bennett, a professor of political science and communication at the University of Washington, spoke to the Rutgers community about social media’s impact on activism.

President Robert L. Barchi said that he would support a medical amnesty report adopted by the Rutgers University Student Assembly at last week’s meeting, but would need more data before considering a bill to sell alcohol at athletic events like football games.

Senior Anthony Perrotti finished dual competition as the Knights’ leader in total match points in his first season wrestling at 165 pounds.

Free speech zones are available for use by student groups on every campus at Rutgers - New Brunswick. While organizations do not need to register to use one, it is still recommended they do so, according to the Student Involvement Office's website.

Jeffrey Rosen, president of the Constitution Center, spoke about Louis Brandeis, an associate justice on the Supreme Court, in the College Avenue Student Center.

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