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The Rutgers Astronomical Society has hosted open-night viewings at the Robert A. Schommer Astronomical Observatory located at the telescope on the roof of the Serin Physics Laboratory. 

The One Stop Center will be built on the location where the Academic Services Building is currently found on Busch campus. The Center will be focused around servicing student parking and financial needs. 

James Livingston, a professor in the Department of History, was found to not have violated the University’s Policy Prohibiting Discrimination and Harassment after the Office of Employment Equity reexamined its original findings.

Inaugural Chancellor Brian Strom of Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences has reappointed to another five-year term. University President Robert L. Barchi in a letter praised the work he has been doing at the as head of the organization. 

Students such as Max Hazzon, a School of Environmental and Biological Sciences senior, wake up early every morning to collect weather data at 8 a.m. and send it over to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration database. It is also made available on the Rutgers weather website for people to view.

Associate Professor of Pharmacology Physiology and Neuroscience Jorge Serrador holds stochastic noise sub sensory stimulator

Debbie Walsh, director of the Center for American Women and Politics at the Eagleton Institute of Politics, said that while this year’s midterm elections saw an increase in women elected into office, the country still has a long way to go in proportionally representing women in government. 

Sang-Hyuk Lee, a professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy, and his team will utilize a $1.5 million grant to study how the cell walls of plants are created. He is combining optical tweezing with another technique, super-resolved fluorescence microscopy, to complete his research.

Incumbent Democratic Sen. Bob Menendez won his bid for re-election last night, defeating Republican challenger Bob Hugin in the process. 

“Ten Blocks on the Camino Real," a 1953 play by Tennessee Williams, was reimagined by a new cast and crew of Rutgers students in the Mason Gross School of the Arts last week. The play was directed by David Schweizer.

The living wall is found in the New Jersey Institute for Food, Nutrition and Health (IFNH) building, and spans three floors. Its purpose is to showcase a diverse selection of plant life in order to benefit the building’s aesthetics while also promoting health.

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