August 19, 2019 | 90° F

Yesha Chokshi

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Brower Commons on the College Avenue campus was burglarized between 12 p.m. on Dec. 31 and 9:30 a.m. on Jan. 2.

U.S. senatorial candidate Richard Pezzullo visits the Livingston Student Center on Feb. 12 to address student questions about his campaign.

Head coach Phil Spiniello said Allyson Perrotti needs to lead by example.

The State Theatre began in 1921 as a vaudville and silent film palace. After the theater deterioated, it went through a revival in 1988 and reopened.

The Delta Phi fraternity collaborated with Phi Sigma Sigma to create a Blackout shirt fundraiser for the fall 2012 football game that raised $37,000 by 2013.

Sophomore Morgan Pfaff said the reason she chose to swim for Rutgers is because of its camaraderie and the fact that everyone’s role matters.

Ian Wolf reports the results of the “What’s On Your Mind?” survey of students at the Rutgers University Student Assembly last night at the Student Activities Center on the College Avenue campus. The survey received 2,012 responses.

The Gardner A. Sage library on the College Avenue campus is one of several quiet study locations for stressed students during finals.

Chris Matthews, a commentator for MSNBC, spoke with Eagleton Institute of Politics Director Ruth Mandel about modern politics.

Chris Matthews visited the Douglass Campus Center yesterday to speak with students.

The woods surrounding the ecological preserve on Livingston campus suffered damage from Hurricane Sandy.

Serena Auñón, second row, second from the left, was part of NASA’s 20th astronaut class in 2009. Nicknamed the “Chumps,” the group completed training at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston.

Astronaut Serena Auñón speaks yesterday at the Robert Wood Johnson Medical Center on Busch campus about her experiences with NASA and future expeditions in space. Auñón explained how NASA’s biggest challenge with sending astronauts to Mars involves transporting humans safely.

Aramis Gutierrez, director of Rutgers Future Scholars, spoke at “Mission: Possible,” a convention that started a discussion on college access for students.

Book artists present their artworks Friday at the 19th annual New Jersey Book Arts Symposium and Exhibition at Alexander Library on the College Avenue campus.

Bingyan Yang, left, a Rutgers Business School junior, David Wang, a School of Arts and Sciences junior and Zihuan Cao, a School of Arts and Sciences junior, participate in calligraphy during the ‘Around the World in 30 Minutes’ fair Saturday.

Senior punter Nick Marsh, above, has faith kicker Kyle Federico will overcome his poor 6-for-11 mark on field goals this season.

Members of the Rutgers University Student Assembly, clad in Halloween costumes, voted last night to endorse the Raise the Wage Campaign.

Senior forward Jonelle Filigno has aspirations to play in the National Women’s Soccer League after graduating from Rutgers. The Knights will honor Filigno and three other seniors Sunday in the team’s final home game.

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