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Members from different fraternities and sororities are advocating for the accommodation of small, diverse campus organizations that do not meet the 10-member requirement.

The Bishop Quads, located behind Bishop House at 115 College Ave. on the College Avenue Campus, is expected to undergo renovation to its archways, which date back to 1926.

James Robinson, a visiting fellow in the Division of Outcomes and Effectiveness Research at Weill Cornell Medical College, speaks about health care at the Institute for Health, Health Care Policy and Aging Research on the College Avenue campus yesterday.

Performers including “Boxed Wine” and Lauren Matteo deliver performances at the Core Fest held yesterday at the Rutgers Student Center.

Savi Bisnath, associate director of Center for Women’s Global

Leadership, attends ‘Lean In and Reach Out!’ .

Kristina Graff, director of Global Health Programs at Princeton University, speaks at “Lean In and Reach Out!”

Performers including “Boxed Wine” and Lauren Matteo deliver performances at the Core Fest held yesterday at the Rutgers Student Center.

Students take the chance to relax from finals at “Destress Event,” held yesterday at the Rutgers Student Center on the College Avenue campus.

Students take the chance to relax from finals at “Destress Event,” held yesterday at the Rutgers Student Center on the College Avenue campus.

Serena Mueller, a School of Engineering senior, presents last Monday at the “Interns Present” competition.

The panel of judges included faculty and professionals who evaluated the presenters on their experiences.

Thomas Pogge, a professor of Philosophy and International Affairs at Yale University spoke yesterday about global poverty at the Busch Campus Center.

Thomas Pogge, professor of Philosophy and International Affairs at Yale University, spoke to the University community yesterday about global poverty.

A student watches United Nations officials at the Livingston Student Center yesterday as they talk about the U.N. Youth Assembly, an organization that allows 15- to 35-year-olds to participate in international affairs.

Left to right: Robyn Ginese, associate director of Leadership and Training, Ryan Bissonnette, assistant director of Leadership and Training, Allison Zabady, a School of Arts and Sciences senior and Amanda Sedlmayer, a School of Arts and Sciences junior, participated in team-building activities for ‘Leadership Week.’

Rutgers Student Life is hosting “Leadership Week” to develop students’ leadership skills beyond the classroom.

Left to right: Ryan Bissonnette, assistant director of Leadership and Training, Allison Zabady, a School of Arts and Sciences senior, Robyn Ginese, associate director of Leadership and Training and Amanda Sedlmayer, a School of Arts and Sciences junior, participated in team-building activities in yesterday’s event for “Leadership Week” in the Busch Campus Center.

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