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Participants ranging from 6 to 60 years of age joined the massive throng of runners gathered in front of the College Avenue Gymnasium yesterday morning for the 11th annual “Big Chill,” the second-largest race in New Jersey that aims to benefit children during the holiday season.
The Asian Student Council, an umbrella governing council that oversees the 40 Asian-interest organizations on campus, is calling for a new Asian American Cultural Center after nearly 14 years of taking up residence in a trailer compound on the outskirts of the Livingston campus.
Rutgers students can now join a team of like-minded companions in tackling the 25-foot rock-climbing wall located on the College Avenue campus.
Gabrielle Gatdula, a School of Arts and Sciences senior, recalled watching an Oscar-winning documentary called “Born Into Brothels” during her senior year of high school. Three years later, she took a course at Rutgers with the director of the film, Ross Kauffman.
More than a decade’s worth of New Jersey history convened in the Douglass Campus Center on Saturday morning for a conference co-hosted by the Eagleton Institute of Politics and the New Jersey Historical Commission.
November signals the retreat inside to escape the cold, and hundreds of thousands of individuals use the move indoors to participate in “National Novel Writing Month.”
New Brunswick is a member of Sister Cities International, a non-profit organization that connects cities around the world to each other to promote cultural understanding.
In residence halls across all the Rutgers-New Brunswick campuses, a wire rack close to the entrance holds copies of USA Today, The New York Times and The Star-Ledger.
Members of the Rutgers University faculty are locked in a bargaining session for better working conditions and salaries with the University administration.
Shinichi Higashimura, the mayor of Fukui, Japan, traveled to New Brunswick yesterday with his delegation to commemorate the 30th anniversary of Sister Cities International, a program that connects U.S. cities to international cities.
Two young girls clad in brightly patterned helmets held hands yesterday morning as they whizzed down the middle of George Street on rollerblades, unconcerned with traffic.
Arnold Davis, mayoral candidate for Camden, N.J., grew up without luxuries other children may have taken for granted.
Peter Moore used to work as a partner in a fishing company in New Bedford, Mass., overseeing over 100 employees in the plant. For a while, production was up to speed.
When Valeriya Gershteyn visited St. Peter’s University Hospital last fall, she met a young patient who was preparing to undergo a session of chemotherapy on her birthday. But the girl did not seem sad about her situation. Rather, she was was excited to eat ice cream after treatment.
In an effort to make students more culturally and socially aware, Rutgers, Princeton University and the Integrative Graduate Education Research Traineeship are in their last year of collaboration on the Nanotechnology for Clean Energy project.