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Mason Gross?School of the Arts senior Francesca Fiore exhibits her performance piece at the opening reception of the “I?SPY” BFA thesis show yesterday in downtown New Brunswick.

Kenji Yoshino, law professor at New York University, gives the closing keynote speech on civil discourse for Project Civilty last night in the Busch Campus Center.

Alison Bernstein, director of the Institute for Women’s Leadership, left, listens to Oxygen Media founder Geraldine Laybourne yesterday on Douglass campus.

Students make sand art yesterday during the Rutgers University Programming Association Boardwalk Night at the Rutgers Student Center on the College Avenue campus.

The New Brunswick Diner in Ferren Mall on Route 27 in downtown New Brunswick is open 24-hours a day and offers homemade Greek food, as well as American food. The family-owned business opened on March 12.

Junior Jenna Zito competes on the beam Saturday in the Knights’ quad meet, which resulted in a third-place mark for the team. Zito recorded a personal-best score of 9.875 with her performance in the floor exercise.

Anthony Colon, Techno-Logic Solutions Inc. president, explains how intitiative is important in the business world yesterday in the Livingston Student Center.

Alyssa Esteban, a Mason Gross School of Arts sophomore, replicates Adele’s “21” album cover in less than four minutes during Pi Delta Psi Fraternity Inc’s “Miss Cutie Pi” beauty pageant Saturday at the Busch Campus Center. Esteban won the overall competition.

Assistant Dean for the Douglass Project Elaine Zundl moderates a panel of women in the science and technology field last night at the Douglass Campus Center.

Members of the University’s Foundation of International Medical Relief for Children decorate cupcakes in the Busch Campus Center Tuesday as part of Project Bumwalukani, Uganda-Mama Kits to benefit mothers and children in Uganda. The cupcakes will be sold later in the week.

Students participate in a flashcard game Monday at the Cook Campus Center, in which they arrange themselves according to the words on the cards based on the order sexual intercourse takes place.

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