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Pepsi allocations seem to be a small detail to consider when a club or organization on campus is figuring out its funding for the semester. Our University makes it very clear that reimbursements are not allowed for any beverages unless they are Pepsi products.
On Tuesday, The Daily Targum published a commentary by a student entitled “Academic freedom should be free and unrestricted,” which addressed the recent vote of the American Studies Association to boycott Israeli academic institutions, referring to the action as “unethical and unwise.”
Nancy Kranich, along with other librarians at the university and nationwide, is starting a revolution.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The United States Student Association awarded the University the “Campus of the Year” award on March 16 at its 44th Annual Grassroots Legislative Conference.
On the fourth day of Israeli Apartheid Week at the University, The Palestine Children’s Relief Fund hosted their Spring Gala last night to discuss the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Representatives from a few of the country’s largest pharmaceutical corporations dined with students Tuesday night to network at the Grand Pharmaceutical Networking Dinner.
A fellow student submitted a commentary titled “Viva Viva Palestine” last Wednesday on the rally for Gaza that was held Nov. 19. As event coordinator of Students for Justice in Palestine, the organization hosting the rally, and someone who was present long enough to know what was actually happening, I have no choice but to respond.
Some of General Electric Healthcare’s employees shared their personal struggles with coming out in the workplace and at home to show lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and ally students soon entering the work force they are not alone.
Samie Leigh has been working for the past 11 months to discover a way to protect sensitive substances from ultraviolet light.
In light of Women’s History Month, RU Wanawake — a student organization with the mission to encourage African-American women to make a difference in society and celebrate their heritage — held a banquet honoring the achievements of African women Friday at the Douglass Campus Center.
University students examined at a discussion last Thursday the
issues arising from the protests held by Muslim students at the
University of California, Irvine in February 2010.
Jamie Tworkowski, the founder of To Write Love on Her Arms,
spread his message of motivation against depression and offered
encouragement to students suffering with the disease Tuesday night
at the Rutgers Student Center on the College Avenue campus.
The Women Farmers Project, a program launched in part by a
University professor, centers on training Turkish women how to grow
Authors Jack Shaheen and Kenneth Stern took on the subject of
media bias against the Islamic and Jewish community Monday night in
Trayes Hall of the Douglass campus center, encouraging awareness
against intolerance and prejudice