The conversation, which took place during ‘Banned Books Week,’ encouraged the Rutgers community to discuss issues around privacy rights as well as the recent information released about the National Security Agency.
Nancy Kranich, a part-time lecturer for SC&I, led the ’Privacy Conversation Forum’ yesterday at Alexander Library on the College Avenue campus.
Anne Newman, director of Student Conduct, spoke at the Rutgers University Student Assembly meeting last night about changes to the code yesterday at the Student Activities Center.
Vice President for Facilities and Capital Planning Antonio Calcado spoke at Rutgers University Student Assembly’s second meeting of the year in the Student Activities Center on the College Avenue campus. Calcado discussed construction projects on campus, including the College Avenue redevelopment.
More than 1,000 students registered for the University’s first Color Me RU?run on Livingston campus. The online registration for the event was full before the event was even planned.
Professor Alejandro Portes from Princeton University looked at the success of ethnic immigrants and how they take what they learned back to their countries of origin yesterday at the Institute of Health, Health Care Policy and Aging Research.
Professor Alejandro Portes from Princeton University discussed ethnic entrepreneurship yesterday at the Institute for Health, Health Care Policy and Aging Research.
Amar Parhar, a School of Arts and Sciences junior, left, takes apart a model of the human body with the help of Sandra Girgis, an Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy graduate student, right, Saturday on Busch campus.
Eugene Kim, a School of Arts and Sciences senior, participates in the Dunk Tank with Erin Donegan, a School of Environmental and Biological Sciences first-year student.
A student gets a henna tattoo at the carnival.
Rewa Marathe, a Graduate Student Association representative, adjusts the brakes on a bike at GSA’s second annual Bike Fair yesterday on the College Avenue campus.
Brian Stromberg, a doctoral student at the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, attended the Bike Fair with Rewa Marathe, a Graduate Student Association representative.
Phil Medina and Juan Fernandez eat at Smashburgers which celebrated its newest location yesterday at 871 U.S. 1 South, North Brunswick with a grand opening ceremony.
Writer Jane McAlevey spoke about labor unions and the importance for workers to utilize their power yesterday at the Rutgers Labor Education Center on Douglass campus.
Danielle McCarthy, an associate professor in the Department of Psychology, said 21 percent of Americans smoked cigarettes five to 10 years ago.
Danielle McCarthy, an associate professor in the Department of Psychology, revealed her findings in a study which found that impulsive people who smoke have more difficulty quitting than non-impulsive smokers.
The Rutgers University Programming Association hosted the ‘Tiny Terrarium Crafts Event’ yesterday, allowing students to create mini terrarium magnets in the Cook Cafe at the Cook Campus Center.
More than 300 people participated in the University’s Chem-E-Car competition, 274 of which are students from 25 different schools.
Jean Twenge, a professor at the San Diego State University, discussed narcissism yesterday at the Rutgers Student Center on the College Avenue campus, which she believes hinders the millennial generation.
Joshua Kamboj, far left, a Rutgers Business School exchange student, pitches stocks to a panel of judges with Ankith Polavarapu, a Rutgers Business School junior, far right.