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The Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, CA at sunset.

Anita Hill began her career during a time when female political candidates were on a rise. In 1992 she accused Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas of sexual harassment and testified in court. Since then, she has become a leading figure in the Time’s Up movement.

Dan Schulman, president and CEO of PayPal, is also the founding CEO of Virgin mobile and served on the University’s Board of Trustees between 2006 and 2012. He will receive an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree at this year’s graduation. 

Junot Diaz, author and Rutgers alumnus, speaks out about the sexual abuse he experienced as a child and its impact on his adult life to The New Yorker. Diaz said that his admission into Rutgers University saved his life.

Rutgers will advance to the next round of the Tinder SwipeOff. Sixteen schools will compete to have the most right swipes until April 17 when a winner will be announced. 

Eric Houghtaling (D-NJ-11th), a sponsor of the bill, said that research is an important aspect of ending the gun violence epidemic and keeping New Jersey residents safe.

After a former student asked that he verify an online listing, Gary Rendsburg, professor and Blanche and Irving Laurie chair of Jewish History in the Department of Jewish Studies, was able to verify that the item was, in fact, a 1,000-year-old Torah.

In an email to the Rutgers community, University Chancellor Debasish Dutta asked that students show kindness and solidarity to one another following the appearance of viral flyers calling for violence against Muslim people.

Former secretary of state Hillary Clinton received $25,000 to attend tonight’s conversation with Ruth B. Mandel, director of the Eagleton Institute of Politics. She will discuss American democracy and its institutions, her political career and role in the women’s political movement.

Johnson & Johnson’s $1 million donation to the State Theatre will be paid out over five years. The theatre attracts approximately 200,000 patrons yearly and contributes to New Jersey’s multi-million dollar performing arts industry.

All Rutgers students, faculty and staff now have access to The Wall Street Journal's online site, the WSJ mobile app, curated newsletters and WSJ+, an exclusive experience with access to special events, discounts and travel destinations. 

More than 150 people have found shelter at the Henry Guest House this winter. It has opened 18 times between December 2017 and January 2019 — opening its doors to anyone who needs a warm space to stay during severely cold weather conditions.

Hillary Clinton — a former U.S. Secretary of State and Democratic presidential candidate — is slated to speak at the College Avenue gymnasium later this month at an event hosted by the Eagleton Institute of Politics.

New Jersey’s own Nia Gill is part of the 24.1 percent of women of color that hold positions in state legislatures. She was elected into the Senate in 2002 and held the position of senate president pro tempore between 2010 and 2017.

Before Sen. Frank Lautenberg died, he arranged for his archives to specifically be held at Rutgers. He believed that the University provided for the students of New Jersey, something he was passionate about during his time in government. 

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