The first meeting of the New Jersey Student Power Network brought students together from across the state to find creative solutions to political issues.
For the last 45 years, progressive individuals have met to preserve the legacy of the Modern School — an anarchist community that used to exist near Rutgers.
One of the drivers at Rutgers said that there are no designated breaks during his 8-12 hour shifts, which is why most drivers opt to make longer stops at the Rutgers Student Center.
Rutgers recently revamped their system for online classes, but the degree of difficulty for remote classes remains high.
The Aresty Research Program is the University's main undergraduate research network. It allows students such as Samantha Fong (left), a School of Arts and Sciences junior, and Sean Connelly (right), a School of Arts and Sciences senior, to take part in meaningful research with professors distinguished in their fields and offers opportunities from over 100 different University departments ranging from STEM to the humanities and social sciences.
Monday night, Students for Justice in Palestine hosted two local activists who spoke about the Boycott, Divest, Sanctions (BDS) movement. The organization's aim is to educate the Rutgers community about the conflict in Israel and Palestine.
The Downtown Printing center, which was created in 1977, just celebrated its 40th anniversary. The center has served the Rutgers community since its creation and is individually operated as a family business.
The Young Americans for Liberty (YAL) club at Rutgers plans to bring speakers to campus that include Cathy Young, Christina Hoff and Pete Rohrman. The club advocates for free speech among other libertarian values.
With live music, food and giveaways, the Back to School Block Party drew hundreds of students to The Yard @ College Avenue. The Rutgers University Programming Association (RUPA) has numerous events coming up this semester, including Scarlet Harvest in October.