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Lauren Huey, a School of Environmental and Biological Sciences senior who conducts research on the populations of oysters and tunicates, stands in front of the Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences Building on Cook campus. 

In spite of the rain and cold weather, members of the Rutgers American Association of University Professors-American Federation of Teachers protested for fairer faculty contracts in the Voorhees Mall area.

A protestors at yesterday’s “Reclaiming Rutgers” protest carries a poster demanding fairer wages and contracts for faculty and more transparent allocation of funds at Voorhees Mall on the College Avenue campus.

Chefs at Rutgers Club showcase their cooking skills at the “Chef’s Showcase Meal and Cooking Demonstration” held last Friday.

Kira Jumet, a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Political Science, discusses her research in the Teleconference room of Alexander Library.

Sophomore midfielder Alyssa Bull said the key to success will be organization.

Mary Emenike, director of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Support Programs at Rutgers, spoke at the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences Academic Forum meeting held yesterday at the Cook Student Center.

Mary Gatta, author of “All I Want is a Job! Unemployed Women Navigating the Public Workforce,” discusses women and the recession yesterday at Davison Hall on Douglass campus.

Sophomore midfielder Alyssa Bull said that she does not feel any added pressure being named the team captain. Bull was named captain after missing 2013 with a season-ending injury.

The Velvet Lily’s Khara Cartagena spoke about sexuality and sexual awareness at the “Let’s Talk About Sex” workshop yesterday at the Red Lion Cafe.

Health centers at Rutgers, such as the Hurtado Health Center on the College Avenue campus, uses CDC-recommended guidelines to prevent MRSA infection.

To increase safety for off-campus dwellers, RUPD and NBPD implemented an expanded crime notification system in the fifth and sixth wards of New Brunswick.

Felicia McGinty, vice chancellor of Student Affairs, addresses Student Life issues at Rutgers at last night’s Rutgers University Student Assembly meeting. 

Dorothy Kozlowski (left), member of Rutgers Health Services, shows a “Being Good Neighbor” brochure to Rachel Rollins (right), a School of Arts and Sciences junior.

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