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Catherine DePalma

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Senior outside hitter Caitlin Saxton leads the team with 239 kills during the 2010 campaign, despite two recent conference losses.

Senior outside hitter Emma Chrystal has 131 kills this season and is back in the starting lineup after a brief reprieve earlier this season.

Sophomore middle blocker Alex Jones (17) sported the second-most kills Friday for the Knights in a 3-2 win over in-state rival Seton Hall.

Junior defender Julie Lancos logged 83 minutes last weekend in losses to DePaul and No. 5 Notre Dame. The Belford, N.J., native played sparingly in the Knights' previous two victories.

School of Engineering first-year student Serena Mueller decorates a cupcake Sunday in the Busch Dining Hall at RUSA's 'Ace of Cupcakes.'

Sophomore setter Stephanie Zielinski led the Rutgers volleyball team with 45 assists in a 3-1 loss to Villanova on Saturday and tied freshman Brittany Bozzini with 13 digs.

Director of Information Technology Michael Gergel says social-networking sites pose more threats such as viral links.

Shayna Longacre, who won All-Big East honors last season in the 100-yard breaststroke, took part in Rutgers' Alumni & Parent Gala.

Senior midfielder Ashley Medcalf scored her first goal of the season Friday night against No. 19 Georgetown, her second career tally.

The Office for Violence Prevention and Victim Assistance displays shirts created by victims in an effort to raise awareness of abuse.

More than 300 T-shirts hang around Voorhees Mall on the College Avenue campus for the 10th anniversary of the Clothesline Project, which raises awareness for sexual abuse.

The city is working with Unity Square Partnership to improve Remsen Avenue, such as enhancing some intersections.

The University is implementing a bicycle registration program similar to the one for cars because of August's high number of bicycle thefts. Registration is free and optional.

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