Andrew Petryna


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Before every football game, the band plays as the Scarlet Knights make their way onto the field. They perform during halftime and play the University’s alma mater “On the Banks of the Old Raritan” at the end of every game.
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The Marching Scarlet Knights play football games, high school demonstrations and a big part of each other's lives

One of the most memorable sights during a Rutgers football game is the marching band, a 200-plus member athletic band that performs before the games start and during halftime. The “Marching Scarlet Knights” have been part of a Rutgers football ritual for more than a decade, and today the band promotes Rutgers spirit at every home football game.

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Julie Serrano, RUSA Senate leader and School of Arts and Sciences senior, supported proposed changes to School of Arts and Sciences Senate regulations on attendance, which will be voted on at next week’s meeting. ANDREW PETRYNA / CORRESPONDENT
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Julie Serrano, RUSA Senate leader and School of Arts and Sciences senior, supported proposed changes to School of Arts and Sciences Senate regulations on attendance, which will be voted on at next week’s meeting. ANDREW PETRYNA / CORRESPONDENT

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