This past Tuesday, contemporary feminist Christina Hoff Sommers discussed radical feminism with students at the Douglass Student Center. She talked about the lack of exposure for libertarian, conservative and moderate liberal feminists in women’s studies textbooks.
This year’s Business Leadership Speaker Series featured the co-founder of Basic Outfitters, an online service that offers inexpensive clothing essentials, for students interesting in jumpstarting careers in business and entrepreneurship.
The Department of Leadership and Experiential Learning and Verbal Mayhem hosted the “My Spoken Mark Poetry Slam,” which sends the winner to the Mark Leadership Conference.
Featuring appearances from faculty members and administrators, Thursday’s ‘Free Speech Town Hall’ focused on the intersection of Free Speech and Hate Speech at Rutgers. The event took place one week after police investigated a swastika, spray painted on Stonier Hall.
Once in the Fall and once during Rutgers Day, Generation Rx, an organization comprised of pharmacy students, hosts "Prescription Drug Take-Back Day." The event, run by the Drug Enforcement Administration, emphasizes safe ways to dispose of prescription drugs on campus.
The show’s director, Maya Mitterhoff, created her own adaptation of “Peter and the Starcatcher” for Rutgers students, after watching it multiple times on Broadway. The play will premiere tonight at Cabaret Theatre on Douglass campus.
Stuff Yer Face recognized its 40th anniversary on Thursday with an all-night party for the community. The current owner has worked there for 23 years and helped the restaurant on Easton Avenue to become a staple of the city and the University.
After welcoming its new campus representatives, the Rutgers University Student Assembly listened to a presentation on inclusion and sexual violence prevention given by Dr. Felicia McGinty, the Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs.