Vaishali Gauba is an international student from New Delhi, India, majoring in journalism and media studies and business management. She started working at the Daily Targum during January of 2013 as an editorial assistant, and soon became a correspondent. When she’s not running around campus collecting stories for the paper, she’s staring into space, daydreaming about what killer outfit she can wear next. She can’t pronounce the words meteorologist or danger, but can quickly and easily swear like an American sailor. All she wants in the world is to be an incredible, happy human being and, of course, a successful writer for the New York Times.
Students wait in line for buses Saturday to volunteer at various locations for ‘Scarlet Day of Service,’ the first event of the 1,766 hours of service campaign.
Students helped package meals for Meals of Hope Saturday outside the Rutgers Student Center on the College Avenue campus for
‘Scarlet Day of Service.’