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Alisa Solomon, a professor at Columbia University, speaks at the Douglass Campus Center.

Eighteenth-century printed scores and rare materials from Handel’s London are displayed in the Mabel Smith Douglass Room of Douglass Library. It includes some items on special loan from a private collection, and some held by the Rutgers Libraries Special Collections.

Author Michael Birkner speaks at the Eagleton Institute of Politics on Douglass campus.

Eighteenth-century printed scores and rare materials from Handel’s London are displayed in the Mabel Smith Douglass Room of Douglass Library. It includes some items on special loan from a private collection, and some held by the Rutgers Libraries Special Collections.

Zakia Salime, associate professor of Women’s and Gender

Studies, talks as a part of the Distinguished Lecture series,

hosted by the Institute for Research on Women.

Freshman Maddy Gedeon shot a 251 (83-79-89) in three rounds at the Kiawah Spring Invitational, which concluded Tuesday.

From left to right: Mike Bernstein, Matt Pittman and Julian Huguet speak about SoulPancakes, a new media company that aims to create thought-provoking content, at the Mark Leadership Conference held on Saturday at the Livingston Student Center.

Marc Elliot, author and inspirational speaker, shares his story about his 20-year struggle with Tourette syndrome. Elliot is the author of “What’s in a Tic: My Journey from Tourette’s to Tolerance.”

The fall Involvement Fair experienced heavy traffic and congestion. In response, Student Life plans to split the spring Involvement Fair into three days.

Sophomore Gabrielle Sacheli finished tied for eighth in a 90-player field Sept. 8 at the Bucknell Invitational. Rutgers finished eighth.

Skelly Field on Cook campus will soon become a parking lot to accommodate for the construction of the new Institute of Food, Nutrition and Health.

Lincoln School, located at 66 Bartlett St., is the polling location for students on the College Avenue campus.

Many students have claimed to witness the ghost of Jane Inge, former director of Little Theater, appear in the theater wearing a white dress.

Roses placed in the A-wing of Woodbury Bunting-Cobb Hall mysteriously wither away.

Felicia McGinty, vice chancellor of Student Affairs, spoke about her new position yesterday at the Rutgers University Student Assembly meeting last night in the Student Activities Center on the College Avenue campus.

Gamma Phi Beta hung up a banner on their building on College Avenue, welcoming Phi Mu to the Rutgers campus.

To increase homeless awareness, members of the Black Student Union slept last night into this morning on Brower Commons’ steps on the College Avenue campus. Above, Jonathon Hogan, a School of Environmental and Biological Sciences sophomore, catches some shut-eye.

St. Peter’s University Hospital received a $399,846 grant from the Governor’s Council for Medical Research and Treatment of Autism to conduct a study.

Trim Magazine, which covers fashion and culture related to Rutgers, is one of many diverse publications on campus. Organizations like the Rutgers Review provide a creative outlet for students’ expression.

The SEBS governing council said Skelly Field, which is located on Cook campus, is an EPA protected site, but E. J. Miranda, director of Rutgers Media Relations, said it is not. A new parking lot has been proposed for the site.

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