March 2015 | Former “Star Trek” star George Takei discussed overcoming social injustice, along with his career highlights, such as calling a former Arkansas school board member a “total douchebag.”
February 2015 | More than 200 students gathered at the Busch Campus Center for HackHers, a 24-hour hackathon aimed at increasing female participation in technology on Feb. 7 and 8.
Rutgers hopes senior goalkeeper Candice Dandridge contributes a solid performance in the opening round of the Big Ten Tournament against Ohio State. The veteran netminder leads the Big Ten and ranks 24th in the nation in saves per game with 8.18.
Rutgers’ Livingston Student Center hosted a Coffee House last night, where LGBTQ transgender activist CeCe McDonald spoke at the seminar, “Prison Abolition with CeCe McDonald,” made possible by Rutgers University Center for Social Justice Education and LGBT Communities yesterday night.
Keith Lee, a School of Arts and Sciences senior and a member of “RU Breaks,” a break dancing group at Rutgers, demonstrates his moves Saturday on the College Avenue campus for Rutgers Day, an event that showcased more than 500 academic organizations, social activities and community programs.
Ava DuVernay, director of the Oscar-nominated film “Selma,” visits the Rutgers Business School on the Livingston campus Friday afternoon for a talk held by the Institute of Women’s Leadership.
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