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New Jersey first lady Mary Pat Christie names Matt Cortland, a School of Arts and Sciences senior, a New Jersey Hero yesterday for the launching of an autism mentorship program with his Theta Delta Chi brothers.

Junior Khaseem Greene (20) moved from safety to weak-side linebacker, where he played at Elizabeth High School (N.J.)'before transitioning to the secondary.

Junior safety Duron'Harmon, right, was the Knights' first safety off the bench last season and served as the understudy to Joe Lefeged as a true freshman.

Members of the Rutgers Korean Cultural group perform dances Saturday night in the Nicholas Music Center on Douglass campus as part of their 20th anniversary concert.

Students practice their ballroom dances Wednesday night at the Werblin Multipurpose Room on Busch campus. The Rutgers Ballroom Club and Team prepare for the 12th Annual DanceSport Competition scheduled to take place on Rutgers Day, April 30, in the College Avenue gym.

Dancers practice their moves for the Rutgers DanceSport Competition which is scheduled to run April 30 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Joan Snyder presents her selection of prints ranging from landscape to portrait wooducts at the Jane Vorhees Zimmerli Art Museum.

University students mingle with four Ethiopian and Darfurian students who share their experiences immigrating to Israel last night on the College Avenue campus. The event was sponsored in part by Rutgers-Hillel and Israel at Heart.

Members of RUSAS'display their concerns for sweatshop workers Friday at a University administration's meeting.

Local attorney Nels Lauritzen offers landlord-tenant advice last night at University's Student Legal Services' information session.

Contestants try to impress the audience as they auction themselves for a date at an event sponsored by the Minority Engineering Educational Task and Society of Hispanic Engineers on Busch campus.

Creator of PostSecret Frank Warren shares a few responses he receives from people all over the world through his website. Warren said he uses others' secrets to help cope with his own.

Frank Warren, creator and curator of the PostSecret project, talks about his personal reasons for starting the website last night in the Busch Campus Center.

Lydia Park, a School of Business sophomore, looks at the different decorated wooden hearts made by abuse survivors and their family and friends at 'Healing the Wounded Heart' on Busch campus.

A speaker discusses the atheist movement Tuesday night at the Student Activities Center on the College Avenue campus.

A survey by the Cooperative Institutional Research Program (CIRP) reported that University students experience the lowest point of emotional health in their first year of entering college. First-year students like School of Arts and Sciences Bharat Verma, Jack Lee (above) and Deepta Janardhan (below) reported they were stressed over borrowing funds to pay for school and the uncertainty of the job market.

University President Richard L. McCormick presented his administrative report at Friday's senate meeting. The report praised the New Jersey Higher Education Task Force's budget recommendations.

Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy students network with alumni at the second annual Pharmacy Speed Networking event.

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