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Students perform in memory of victims of drug overdose at the Overdose Vigil on Oct. 21 on the steps of Brower Commons.

Attendees watch “Riding My Way Back” yesterday at the New Jersey State Theater on Livingston Avenue. Presented in honor of Veterans Day, the movie depicts a veteran battling with post-traumatic stress disorder and his relationship with a horse.

Comedian Hannibal Buress gives the audience at the Busch Student Center an evening full of laughs at his show, sponsored by Rutgers University Programming Association.

Elaine Zundl, dean at Douglass Project for Rutgers Women in Math, Science and Engineering, explains feminist perspectives on Wikipedia yesterday at Mabel Smith Douglass Library.

Senior fullback Michael Burton gives a speech to the fans in attendance at Rutgers’ Homecoming Bonfire in the Blue Lot on Busch Campus on Monday night. He gives thanks to the crowd for giving the Knights energy and support at every single home game.

Fraternities and sororities at Rutgers sponsor the “Homecoming Kickoff Pep Rally and Bonfire” at Yurcack Field on Busch campus. Students enjoyed music, free food and performances by the cheer and dance teams and the official lighting of the bonfire.

Fraternities and sororities at Rutgers sponsor the “Homecoming Kickoff Pep Rally and Bonfire” at Yurcack Field on Busch campus. Students enjoyed music, free food and performances by the cheer and dance teams and the official lighting of the bonfire.

Fraternities and sororities at Rutgers sponsor the “Homecoming Kickoff Pep Rally and Bonfire” at Yurcack Field on Busch campus. Students enjoyed music, free food and performances by the cheer and dance teams and the official lighting of the bonfire. 

Luis Fernandez, chair of the Rutgers University Student Assembly Academic Affairs committee, speaks at last night’s RUSA meeting.

Meredeth Turshen, professor in the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, shares information about Ebola yesterday at the Civic Square Building.

Sen. Joseph Vitale (D-19) speaks about drug addiction issues at last night’s “Overdose Vigil,” held on the steps of Brower Commons on the College Avenue campus.

Members of the Rutgers community, as well as friends and family of drug overdose victims, gathered outside Brower Commons yesterday to honor the memory of the victims and increase awareness about the issue.

Students decorate mason jars and pumpkins Saturday afternoon at Rutgers University Programming Association’s “Scarlet Harvest” event.

Human rights lawyer Brooke Goldstein (left) and Dr. Qanta Ahmed (right) discussed minority treatment in the Islamic world yesterday at Rutgers Hillel, located at 9 Bartlett St.

The salon-style concert sponsored by Mason Gross School of the Arts at the Nicholas Music Center features music that musician Sara Levy played in her home. The setting reflects the original milieu.

Photo Illustration | Since Facebook went public in 2012, it has been ground for controversies. Facebook altered the news feeds of 700,000 users to gauge their emotions. The Messenger app, too, has faced criticism for being separate from the main app.

Acclaimed poet and novelist Chris Abani discussed his writing and his recent publications, “The Secret History of Las Vegas” and “Sanctificum,” yesterday at the Multipurpose Room of the College Avenue Student Center.

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