The Prancing Elites, a dance troupe composed of gay and gender non-conforming dancers, performed as part of the Center for Social Justice Education and LGBT Communities kickoff celebration of “Gaypril.”
Rutgers hosted its first annual Sustainability Symposium yesterday to explore the school’s investment in clean energy to date, as well as discuss future issues.
Sakura Matsuri is an international celebration held near the time cherry blossom trees enter full bloom. The Rutgers Organization of Nippon Students held an event on campus last week.
The Organization of Luso Americans at Rutgers hosted a Carnaval on Friday. The event featured music, martial arts and traditional dances as it highlighted both the Brazilian festival as well as Portuguese culture.
Samuel Rios, a senior, spoke about the work experience he gained from internships. He won first place at “Interns Present.”
The Korean Student Association held its annual beauty pageant on Feb. 20. Proceeds will go toward funding various projects the group plans for the future.
Jackie Jackson, director of Mobility Solution Services at AT&T, discussed her career and how her college experiences impacted her. She said it is important to remain true to one’s passions, as people would remember that. Expressing goals makes it easier for other people to assist in accomplishing them.
Xiaoyang Zhu, a professor at Columbia University, spoke at Rutgers on Feb. 10 about perovskite solar cells, which are expected to be more efficient than existing standards.