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Despite Claire Jones' second consecutive performance on the beam with a 9.800 score, Rutgers fell to No. 22 Ohio State on the road.
Cory Booker, the newly-re-elected New Jersey Senator, is stirring speculation that he may be the running mate for potential Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton for the 2016 election. DAPHNE ALVA / STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER / OCTOBER 2014
Sophomore Claire Jones sticks the landing on the balance beam in this past Saturday’s quad meet at the Livingston Gym.
Students carry blue mattresses as they walk down College Avenue on Oct. 29 for the Help Rutgers Carry The Weight campaign.
Saya Woolfalk, a New York-based visual and performance artist who uses various mediums to create installations of imaginary and futuristic worlds, speaks about her work at the Ruth Dill Johnson Crockett Building yesterday evening on Douglass campus.
Cornelius Jones Jr., author of “Shadows&Lights,” shares his experience as an HIV-positive gay man of color on yesterday at the Douglass Student Center, two days after World AIDS Day.
Hundreds of students march on Nov. 25 to protest the St. Louis County grand jury’s decision on Nov. 24 that found Officer Darren Wilson not guilty of shooting and killing 18-year-old Michael Brown on Aug. 9 in Ferguson, Missouri.
Members of the New Brunswick community gather outside the Douglass Student Center on Nov. 25 bearing signs to protest the Ferguson decision.
Sabrina Strauss, a graduate student at the University of Notre Dame, discusses her research on super-heavy elements last Thursday at the Physics Lecture Hall on Busch campus.
Nancy Floyd, a Rutgers alumna and founder of Nth Power, said the most important characteristic she gained at the Eagleton Institute of Politics is confidence.
Donald Taylor, a School of Arts and Sciences senior, and Masiel Torres, a Rutgers Business School first-year student, enjoy the spotlight as Mr. and Miss Latino on Nov. 5 at the event, organized by the Center for Latino Arts and Culture.
Ruth Macklin, a Yeshiva University professor, presents “Ethical Challenges in Confronting Disasters: Some Lessons Learned” yesterday at the Institute for Health, Health Care Policy and Aging Research.
The Busch Student Center was a polling location at Rutgers for yesterday’s midterm election.
Brady Root, prevention education coordinator at the Office for Violence Prevention and Victim Assistance, emphasizes the importance of the silent “Help Rutgers Carry the Weight” held yesterday across campus.
Participants of “Help Rutgers Carry the Weight” march down College Avenue carrying mattresses and pillows in silence to raise awareness about sexual assault survivors.
A program that involves meal swipes that roll over to the subsequent semester or year can not implemented at Rutgers.
Rutgers University Programming Association offered dirt pudding with gummy worms and halloween candy at “Spooky Treats and Snacks” yesterday at the Livingston Student Center.
Junior’s Mariam Zein (left) and Gina Li (right) both had succesful seasons with the pair making it to the semi-finals at Regionals.
After four years, senior forward Stef Scholz plays in her final two regular season games at Yurcak Field. Scholz and the Knights have the chance to finish 9-0 at home.