Every year, the Rutgers University Dance Marathon (RUDM) fundraises “for the kids” — specifically, for the Embrace Kids Foundation in New Brunswick.
On Wednesday night, the Office of Student Access and Educational Equity hosted the James Dickson Carr Lecture Series, featuring guest speaker Laura Coates, a legal analyst for CNN and radio show host.
Last Saturday, TEDxRutgers held its annual conference in the auditorium of the Livingston Student Center, with this year’s theme being “Pale Blue Dot.”
The Rutgers Theater Company brought a Tennessee Williams’ 1953 play back to life on The Banks this weekend.
Armaan Saxena (left), manager of Programs and Family Relations, and Glenn Jenkins (right), executive director of Embrace Kids Foundation, have both been committed to helping the families that require assistance, whether emotional or financial.
Sophia Angelica, a School of Arts and Sciences junior, said she was 14 when she started singing and songwriting. At last night's event, she spoke about her experiences raising awareness for anti-bullying, discrimination movements through music.