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Members of the University community plant carnation seeds in memory of those who died in the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001 at the Passion Puddle lawn on Cook ...


Students familiarize themselves with numerous University organizations at the annual Rutgers College Student Involvement Fair yesterday at Voorhees Mall ...

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Senior captain Polina Zaretser will play her final home match tomorrow while celebrating her birthday on Senior Day when the Scarlet Knights host Connecticut.

Freshman Jennifer Holzberg won four matches over the weekend as the Scarlet Knights beat both Pittsburgh and West Virginia by a total score of 12-2 in Morgantown.

Polina Zaretser returned from injury and teamed with Amy Zhang in an 8-5 win at first doubles last week in South Carolina.

Freshmen doubles partners Jennifer Holzberg, left, and Morgan Ivey, right, hold a 10-1 mark at second and third doubles, with their lone blemish coming against nationally-ranked Marquette.

Freshman Danae Johnson led the Knights in North Carolina with a 13th place finish on the floor exercise.

Senior captain Polina Zaretser aced her match at third singles, putting up a double bagel in a strong win over Cornell.

Rutgers senior gymnast Kristy Behr will compete in the final home meet of her career this weekend against Cornell.

Sunny Gerlach led the Scarlet Knights on the bars with a score of 9.750, as the team recorded their highest score of the season.

Rutgers sophomore Amy Zhang defeated her Syracuse foe in a third-set tiebreak 7-4, helping propel RU to a 5-2 victory.

Senior gymnast Kristy Behr turned in a season-high 9.575 performance on the bars in Rutgers' win Friday night over SUNY'Cortland, good enough to win the event.

Freshman gymnast Nicole Schwartz filled the void vacated by injured all-arounders Latara Northcutt and Laura Sevarino with a third-place score of 37.925 in her first collegiate all-around competition.

The Rutgers Future Scholars program, which aims to help low-income students attend college, brings nearly 200 students to the women's basketball game Saturday at the Louis Brown Athletic Center.

More than 1,000 people visit Saturday's open house at the Geology Museum.

Despite knocking down seven field goals and scoring a Big East best 25 points last night, guard Mike Rosario and the Scarlet Knights were unable to beat Seton Hall. The freshman had 14 points after halftime but missed the second of two free throws in the final seconds.

Philip J. Furmanski, executive vice president for academic affairs, above right, delivers the annual New Brunswick Campus Report on Friday. Furmanski outlined succeses in faculty grants and capital facilities projects but warns challenging times are ahead.

After losing half of his 2003 season due to a single-car accident, senior cornerback Manny Collins has worked his way back into the picture for the Scarlet Knights. He had two interceptions opening day at North Carolina, then blocked a punt in last week's 33-0 rout of Illinois. The two picks against UNC'were the first two of Collins' career.

Senior forward Adrian Hill exploded with a career game Saturday, posting 18 points and 19 rebounds, while earning MVP honors.

The Fat Darrell, available at the Rutgers Grease Trucks is comprised of chicken fingers, french fries, mozzerella sticks and marinara sauce.

Anthony Farmer scored 16 points in the Scarlet Knights' 78-63 loss at Providence this weekend. The point guard shot 6-of-9 from the floor to break out of a previous four game skid.

Looking to end his Rutgers career in the end zone, senior fullback Brian Leonard reaches out for a pass in the final minutes of the Texas Bowl last month. With an eye toward the NFL, Leonard will participate in the Senior Bowl this Saturday.

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