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Leading by example through his play on the green in his four years at Rutgers, senior Jacob Stockl leaves behind a lasting legacy.

April 2015 | After being sexually assaulted twice in a year by a former boyfriend, a Rutgers student is appalled that the University’s Office of Student Conduct chose to suspend her perpetrator instead of expelling him.

Senior left-hander Alyssa Landrith holds the program's all-time record for wins (66) and strikeouts (620). She takes the circle at the RU Softball Complex for the final time beginning on May 1 against Wisconsin.

Thousands of visitors flocked to the 41st annual New Jersey Folk Festival from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday to enjoy a full day’s worth of music, dancing, crafts, food and recreational activities at the Wood Lawn on Douglass campus.

Senior Jacob Stockl acknowledges the Knights are heading in the right direction, but believes the program still has a long way to go.

Rutgers Capoeira Group during Carnaval at the Douglass Student Center

Take Back the Night

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At the Rutherford Invitational, senior Jacob Stockl had a strong finish to place 20th with a score of 223 as Rutgers finished third in the tournament.

A student spray-paints on a canvas as part of the rally for Rutgers’ “Take Back the Night,” a march dedicated to shattering the silence on sexual violence held Wednesday evening on the Douglass campus.

 

Christine Whitman, the 50th governor of New Jersey and the first and only female governor, pays a visit to professor Aaron Rockland’s class, “Jerseyana,” yesterday afternoon at Hickman Hall on Douglass campus.

Alyssa Landrith strides to the plate in game one of the doubleheader with Maryland April 21 at the RU Softball Complex. The senior left-hander battled her way through all seven innings, setting a program record with her 66th career win in the circle after the Knights' 6-5 walk-off over the Terps.

Rutgers has been looking into a system that would equip security vehicles with License Plate Recognition cameras and allow officers to scan car plates against a University database. 

Freshmen Toks Pedro paced the Knights at the Princeton Invitational with a fourth place finish after shooting a plus-two, 72 in the final round.

While Rutgers didn't manage to grab a single win in Big Ten play, junior Gina Li and the Knights competed with some of the nation's elite in each match.

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