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Sean Brown transferred to Rutgers from a county college and quickly became involved in campus culture through his involvement in the Rutgers University Programming Association (RUPA). After graduating, he plans to join the Graduate School of Education. 

Rutgers graduate Gianna DeVeitro recently passed away after battling leukemia for a year. She worked endlessly to help others through organizations such as DKMS and Kier's Kidz.

Following its publication by Penguin Randomhouse, Imbolo Mbue’s debut novel earned immediate critical acclaim and was awarded one of the most highly regarded literary distinctions.

Despite being a Shia Muslim organization, the Ahlul-Bayt Student Association stresses the importance of inclusion of all religions. The club's board members are often members of other sects of the Muslim faith.

The Rutgers chapter of Spoon University brings healthy recipe and meal ideas to students throughout the community. The national organization is based in New York City with branches at Universities across the country.

Victor Krapivin, a School of Arts and Sciences junior recently became the 22nd Rutgers student to win the prestigious Goldwater Scholarship. Krapivin is a physics major and plans to pursue a doctorate degree after he graduates.

Carimer Andujar is allegedly being threatened with deportation. In response, Rutgers AAUP-AFT is organizing an emergency meeting tonight at 8 p.m. in its union office to plan a course of action. 

While relatively new to campus, the Rutgers chapter of DECA has made a large impact on campus through its events and conferences, which help Rutgers business students prepare for real-world situations.

On Friday night, the International Student Association (ISA) took students on a journey with their event "Around the World in 80 Minutes," which featured performances and food from a variety of international cultures.

On Thursday, The Yard @ College Avenue invited students and members of the Rutgers community to partake in an Easter egg hunt. The event was part of what the New Brunswick Development Corporation hopes will be a long-term community outreach effort.

The Rutgers Chapter of the national organization Big Hearts to Little Hearts helps to raise awareness of congenital heart disorders through a combination of community outreach and fundraising.  

The Kirkpatrick Choir will be performing alongside the Rutgers Percussion Ensemble at the Nicholas Music Center on Douglass Campus on April 21. The group currently consists of 69 members.

The Rutgers Paintball Team will be traveling to Florida on April 21 to compete at national championships. This will be the team's third year at nationals, and after climbing more than 40 spots in the rankings, Rutgers has their eyes on the gold.

The Rutgers' Oxfam America and Oxfam International aims to help spread awareness about hunger, poverty and injustices that occur all over the world.

The Rutgers chapter of Thakkat helps raise money for sustainable development projects in countries like Sierra Leone, Ghana and Pakistan. The organization helps create programs for farming, education and healthcare in communities that need them.

The Veterinary Science Club was designed to prepare Rutgers students for veterinary school by teaching them surgical techniques, providing resources and taking them on trips. With only 30 veterinary schools in the country and none in New Jersey, this club helps students overcome challenges with admissions.

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