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The theme for this year's TEDxRutgers was "Pale Blue Dot", which is a reference to a photograph taken by the space probe Voyager 1, which showed Planet Earth as a small speck. The theme aims to remind people to take a step back and look at the larger picture.
Antonio Calcado, the executive vice president for Strategic Planning and Operations, said in the future there would be less parking at the University because it will be a way to achieve the goal of sustainability and reduce emissions.
Zaneta Rago-Craft, the director of the Center for Social Justice Education and LGBT Communities, said the bill would help to incorporate more holistic and representative stories in the classroom.
Dan Salvato, a video game developer most known for creating "Doki Doki Literature Club!", which begins as a dating simulation and shifts into a psychological horror, said the target audience for his game was not only people who liked anime, but those that made fun of it as well.
Some misconceptions people have about sexual health are that birth control pills cause weight gain, Plan B pills are a form of abortion, and forms of birth control are too costly. In fact, condoms are cheaper than diapers.
The Department of Linguistics building, which is located on the College Avenue Campus, aims to understand how natural languages are acquired and learned. One of its projects is The Afranaph Project, which focuses on African languages.
John Farmer, the executive director of the Miller Center, said the center has provided assistance to areas across the globe, from Montana in the United States to Belgium in Europe.
Christy Beal, an assistant professor of General Biology, first came to Rutgers as a teacher in 2015. She said she has seen the improvements in both the biology major and students in the classrooms.