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Brittany Gibson

Brittany Gibson

Brittany is a School of Arts and Sciences sophomore majoring in art history and journalism and media studies. She is the associate copy editor at the Targum, but in her free time she enjoys doing yoga, knitting, reading and going to the beach. Britt has intense wanderlust, is planning several trips abroad and is learning to speak French. You can reach her at your neighborhood Starbucks or at copy@dailytargum.com.

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Viktor Krapivin, the Elections Committee chair and a School of Arts and Sciences senior, works through the appeals, some of which were filed before the election and the rest afterward. He is hopeful that the results will be released by Thursday. 

Amy Nicole (left) and Alla Khalil (right), members of the Palestinian Children’s Relief Fund, showcased their 12-minute presentation followed by a question and answer session. Other finalists included Delta Upsilon and the United Nations International Children’s Educational Fund. 

During last night’s Town Hall meeting, University Chancellor Debasish Dutta discussed the current state of affairs at Rutgers—New Brunswick and his plan to engage with the University’s expansive alumni circle.

At a Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) meeting last semester, Ben Sifuentes-Jáuregui, the vice chancellor for Undergraduate Academic Affairs, discussed the report Rutgers was working on at the time to decide which learning system to implement University-wide.

During their first meeting of the semester, the Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) welcomed Alex Hermann and Francine Pfeiffer from the Office of Federal Relations to speak about their lobbying and policymaking efforts on Capitol Hill.

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